We're opening on Monday 9 November
We've got a packed programme of activities and can't wait to welcome you back through our doors!
If you've missed our cinemas, we've got some fantastic films to tempt you in: our opening week includes Mogul Mowgli, Rebecca, Saint Maud and Kajillionaire. We're also happy to bring you Rocks, Shirley & more later this month.
We've made lots of changes to keep you safe. If you're planning to visit us, please follow our visitor guidelines and read our re-opening information. We've created some short videos to help you understand the changes we've made. Watch for Cinema, Gallery, Caffi Bar and Hires.
For those of you who can't make it in person, we've got some brilliant virtual events including the tender autobiographical performance Unfamiliar at Home, our popular Comedy with Robin Morgan and compelling film The Marion Stokes Project.
Thank you for your continued support, we're looking forward to seeing you soon!
WHAT'S ON: HIGHLIGHTS
MOGUL MOWGLI (15) | 13 - 19 Nov
On the cusp of long-fought-for international success, rapper Zed is struck with an illness that forces him to move back in with his conservative family and conjures memories of a past he is struggling to come to terms with. A powerful film, co-written by Riz Ahmed, who gives an astonishing performance, looking at the importance of cultural heritage. Before the film, we're also showing a poem written and performed by Riz Ahmed, dedicated to the ones we miss and the ones we've lost.
REBECCA (12A) | 9 - 12 Nov
A newlywed arrives to her husband’s estate, battling the shadow of his first wife.
SAINT MAUD (15) | 9 - 12 Nov
A nurse becomes dangerously obsessed with the soul of her new, eccentric patient.
ROCKS (12A) | 13 - 19 Nov
The film follows teenager Rocks who fears that she and her little brother Emmanuel will be forced apart if anyone finds out they are living alone. With the help of her friends, she evades the authorities and navigates the most defining days of her life. Rocks is a film about the joy, resilience and spirit of girlhood.
For information on what to expect when attending a film screening, including how to book tickets, please click here.
GALLERY: MEL BRIMFIELD
Explores the complex and fragile nature of the human mind using sound, sculpture and film.
ART IN THE BAR: FRANCISCO RODRIGUEZ
Paintings compromising intriguing situations and a cast of sinister characters.
For information on what to expect when visiting our Gallery, please click here.
VIRTUAL PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS
PERFORMANCE: UNFAMILIAR AT HOME | 24 Nov
Victor and Yorgos recently made some big plans, and they don’t know if they are ready for them. One is to create a performance together, the other is to have a baby…
COMEDY: ROBIN MORGAN & FRIENDS | 19 Nov
It’s the fourth Robin & Friends Virtual Stand-Up Show, and this one's going to be a belter! Featuring Rachel Parris, Marcus Brigstocke & just announced Priya Hall.
FILM: THE MARION STOKES PROJECT | Available now
A fiercely intelligent and radical activist, Marion Stokes was dedicated to furthering and protecting the truth - so much so that she recorded American television 24 hours a day for over 30 years...
FOOD & DRINK
If you'd like to eat or drink in our Caffi Bar, you'll need to book a table. If you can't book online you can call 029 2035 5664. We'll do our best to accommodate walk-ups but we can't always guarantee availability so we recommend booking advance. See our new menu, takeaway will also be available.
To help us as we re-open and move closer towards our 50th Birthday, please consider donating at easydonate.org/CHAPTER or to give £10 text CHAPTER to 70191. Thanks for your support.
Header image: Mel Brimfield: Ungeziefer (detail), part of From This From This World To That Which Is To Come