Chesterfield Theatre have just announced some must-see screenings for this summer!
Regular screenings: until Friday 13th August, 7:30pm
Running time: 94 minutes
From Bill Kenwright Films comes a journey about rediscovery, friendship and forgiveness.
Three women in their 50s recreate an inter-rail journey across Europe to fulfil a friend’s dying wish, leading to as many laughs and tears as the first time around.
The film’s stellar cast includes Kelly Preston (Jerry Maguire, What a Girl Wants), Jenny Seagrove (Judge John Deed), Sally Phillips (Bridget Jones Diary, Miranda), Ben Miller (Death in Paradise, Johnny English).
Regular screenings: Friday 6th – Sunday 15th August
All AD: Sunday 15th August at 7:30pm (Captioned)
Running time: 110 minutes
Adapted from Jojo Moyes’ best-selling novel, The Last Letter from Your Lover is a passionate, dual-narrative love story set in the French Riviera and London during the 1960s and present day.
The cast includes Shailene Woodley (Big Little Lies, Divergent), Joe Alwyn (The Favourite), Callum Turner (Fantastic Beasts), Felicity Jones (The Theory of Everything) and Nabhaan Rizwan (Informer).
Screening: Saturday 14th – Sunday 15th August, 2pm
Running time: 96 minutes
DreamWorks Animation invites you on an all-new adventure back in time with The Croods 2 as The Croods face their biggest threat since leaving the cave: another family.
With the voices of Nicolas Cage (Leaving Las Vegas, Face/Off), Emma Stone (La La Land, Cruella), Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool, The Proposal) and Leslie Mann (This is 40, Knocked Up) and Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones).
Screening: Sunday 22nd August, 7:30pm
Running time: 120 minutes
It’s the summer of 1984 – Margaret Thatcher is in power and the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is on strike. At the Gay Pride March in London, a group of gay and lesbian activists decides to raise money to support the families of the striking miners.
Starring Bill Nighy (Love Actually, Pirates of the Carribean), Imelda Staunton (Vera Drake, Harry Potter) Dominic West (The Wire, The Affair) and Andrew Scott (Sherlock, Fleabag).
Screening: Sunday 29th August, 2pm & 7pm
Running time: 160 minutes
The King of the Waltz has handpicked his all time favourite show tunes, operatic arias and dance numbers from stages around the world – featuring many performances never seen before on the big screen.
André brings together performers from all over the world in one global spectacular to make you smile, sing and dance.
Screening: Sunday 5th September, 7:30pm
Running time: 135 minutes
Tracie Bennett, Janie Dee and Imelda Staunton play the magnificent Follies in this dazzling production. Featuring a cast of 37 and an orchestra of 21, Stephen Sondheim’s legendary musical was directed by Dominic Cooke and filmed live on stage at the National Theatre in 2017.
Screening: Tuesday 7th September & Sunday 12th September, 7:30pm
Running time: 145 minutes
Mick Fleetwood has assembled a stellar cast of musicians to celebrate the music that established Fleetwood Mac as one of the biggest bands in the world – the music of Peter Green. Directed by award-winning concert director Martyn Atkins, this event will feature an introduction by Mick Fleetwood.
Screening: Wednesday 8th September, 2pm & 7pm
Running time: 105 minutes
Walden is a ‘fresh and ambitious’ (4-stars Telegraph) debut play by Amy Berryman, starring Gemma Arterton (Quantum of Solace), Fehinti Balogun(Juliet, Naked) and Lydia Wilson (The Duchess of Malfi). Filmed at the Harold Pinter Theatre in London’s West End, director Ian Rickson’s ‘compelling’ (Independent) production ‘bursts with big ideas’ (Evening Standard).
Screening: Tuesday 14th September, 7:30pm
Running time: 95 minutes
In 18th century France, letters fly between the mansions of two bored aristocrats as they spin a web of heartbreak and ruin. It might seem like a game, but lives will be ruined and love irrevocably lost. Northern Ballet’s bodice-ripping adaptation is set to Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, played live by Northern Ballet Sinfonia.
Screening: Sunday 26th September, 2pm & 7pm
Running time: 155 minutes
Verdi’s hugely popular La Traviata returns to the Sydney Harbour water stage featuring a breath-taking soaring nine metre high, 3.5 ton chandelier covered in 10,000 shimmering Swarovski crystals.. La Traviata features timeless romantic arias, lively choreography, beautiful costumes and spectacular fireworks.
Screening: Tuesday 28th September, 7pm
Running time: 90 minutes
This bold new film brings to life the remarkable backstage spaces of the National Theatre in which desire, dreams and destiny collide to make Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy sing in an entirely new way. Jessie Buckley (Wild Rose, Judy) and Josh O’Connor (The Crown, God’s Own Country) play Juliet and Romeo.
We have been busy putting a number of comprehensive measures in place to ensure a safe environment for audiences and staff, and we have a socially distanced seating plan in place for this event.
You will be required to wear a face covering during your visit to the theatre and on arrival you will need to check in using the ‘NHS COVID-19 app’ or provide your details to us on entry, unless exempt.
If you don’t get a chance to pre-order food and drink online, don’t worry. The bar will be serving a small range of soft drinks, snacks, sweets, and ice creams which can be purchased by card (no cash payments). All food and drink must be consumed in the auditorium.
Currently, people can meet up indoors with friends and family you do not live with, either:
For the latest Covid advice relating to your visit, please see the website.
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