Before 9pm, Film

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Double Bill: Too Much Johnson / The Stranger

A double bill, featuring Too Much Johnson and The Stranger.

Curzon Bloomsbury, London WC1N

Mon 4 May

Glasgow Comic Con

Indulge your love of all things graphic at this fiesta of films, comics and fandoms. There's also book dealers, toy sellers, indie comic publishers and comic creators – everything your comic-loving heart desires. Special guests tbc.

The Art School, Glasgow

Sat 4 Jul

£8–£20 (tbc) / 0141 352 4900

CCA, Glasgow

Sat 4 Jul

£8–£20 (tbc) / 0141 352 4900

Al Pacino

Join The Godfather, Serpico and Scarface star Al Pacino as he talks about his life and career. Includes a musical act and Q&A.

The Centenary Pavilion At Leeds United AFC Ltd

Sat 16 May

£149–£499 / 0871 334 1919

  • 18:00 – 23:30 Al Pacino The Centenary Pavilion At Leeds United AFC Ltd

Eventim Hammersmith Apollo, London W6

Fri 22 May

£40–£200 / 0844 249 4300

SECC, Glasgow

Tue 19 May

Clyde Auditorium

£65–£150 / 0141 248 3000

The Tyburnia Tour

Interactive film screening exploring an alternative history of the UK. Featuring live soundtrack and Q&A with local historians.

Apiary Studios, London E2

Fri 29 May

£10 / 020 7033 6806

Carpenters Arms, London W1H

Wed 27 May

Free

Castle End Mission, Cambridge

Sun 7 Jun

£7.50

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Book to Screen Talk by Mairi Hedderwick and Lindy Cameron

Mairi Hedderwick, the lady behind Katie Morag, chats about the process of translating the stories from books to the screen, with Lindy Cameron – the executive producer of the BBC series.

An Lanntair Arts Centre and Cinema, Isle of Lewis

Mon 11 May

£4–£5 / 01851 708480

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German Concentration Camps Factual Survey

Documentary on the concentration camps.

BFI Southbank, London SE1

Sun 26 Apr

020 7928 3232

Wed 29 Apr

020 7928 3232

Curzon Bloomsbury, London WC1N

Sun 26 Apr

Q&A

San Francisco Opera: Show Boat

San Francisco Opera present a musical in two acts, with music by Jerome Kern and book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II.

Cinema City, Norwich

Sun 24 May

0871 902 5724

Harbour Lights Picturehouse, Southampton

Sun 24 May

0871 902 5733

Kavanagh Cinema, Herne Bay

Thu 30 Apr

01227 360569

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20th Century Flicks Presents: Wild Strawberries

​0th Century Flicks presents: WILD STRAWBERRIES (Smultronstället) Dir: Ingmar Bergman / 1957 / Sweden / 91 mins / Cert: 15 Thu 28th May | 8 p.m. Tickets: £5 / £4 / £3 (TTT) Following the success of The Seventh Seal, Ingmar Bergman returned with Wild Strawberries, perhaps both his most personal and most universal…

The Cube Microplex, Bristol

Thu 28 May

£4–£5 / 0117 907 4190

48 Hour Film Project

Scotland's most popular filmmaking event, having inspired the creation of over 200 new Scottish shorts in the past five years. Participants are given a character, prop and line of dialogue, and have 48 hours to make a film, start to finish. All films are professionally screened, and the winning filmmaker wins a trip to…

Cameo Cinema, Edinburgh

Thu 28 May

0871 902 5723

Akhmatove, Anrep, Berlin: Exhibition Closing Night

Readings of poetry in Russian and English and a screening of Igor Kalyadin's documentary, Boris Anrep: The Mosaic Of Fate.

Pushkin House, London WC1A

Wed 29 Apr

£7 (£5) / 020 7269 9770

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Animation Drop In and Weekly Studio

Drop-in animation workshop for ages 12–18.

Central Library, Edinburgh

Thu 30 Apr

Free / 0131 242 8100

Fri 1 May

Free / 0131 242 8100

Thu 7 May

Free / 0131 242 8100

…and 9 more dates until 5 Jun

An Audience With Adventure

An adventurers panel discussion and a screening of adventure films.

Kennedy Lecture Theatre, UCL Institute Of Child Health, London WC1N

Thu 21 May

£20 / 020 7284 5858

Avengers: Age Of Ultron (Cert. 12A)

Super-slick sequel to the box-office smash ‘Avengers Assemble’. With S.H.I.E.L.D. destroyed Tony Stark jumpstarts the peacekeeping Ultron: a self-aware, selfteaching, artificial intelligence. However, the plan backfires when Ultron decides that humans are the main enemy and sets out to eradicate them from Earth, leaving…

The Hippodrome, Bo'ness

Fri 15 May

£4.80–£6.30 / 01324 506850

Sat 16 May

£2.50 / 01324 506850

£4.80–£6.30 / 01324 506850

Sun 17 May

£4.80–£6.30 / 01324 506850

…and 3 more dates until 21 May

Back To The Future (Pg) At Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa

Gates Open: 7.30pm Film Starts: 8.30pm Film Ends: 10.30pm It's 30 years since Michael J Fox went Back to the Future in arguably the coolest Time Machine ever built. We'll be charging the hover boards and hoarding the plutonium as we get ready for the Marty McFly's first outing. Picnics are always welcome but if you…

Luton Hoo

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Barbara Hepworth on Film

An evening devoted artist Barbara Hepworth, with two film screenings offering insights into her sculpture work. Preceded by drinks and a chance to view exhibits.

New Art Centre, Sculpture Park And Gallery, Salisbury

Thu 4 Jun

£10 / 01980 862244

Barby Asante: Baldwin's Nigger Reloaded II

Performance based on Horace Ove's 1968 film of James Baldwin and Dick Gregory's visiting lecture.

Nottingham Contemporary

Tue 2 Jun

Free / 0115 948 9750

Berlin Philharmonic: Bartok, Shostakovich & Ravel

Maurice Ravel proved himself to be a great composer over many genres with his deeply expressive music. The Suite no 2 of music from his opera Daphnis & Chloe is a work of great elegance, colour and musical beauty. The concert begins with Bella Bartók's Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta, a work where the…

The Tower Digital Arts Centre, Helensburgh

Sun 10 May

£9.60–£12.50

Blakeleys Fish Restaurant Meal Deal - Celebration Of Music Ii

Cinema Meal Deal Fish and Chips, Bread and Butter, Tea or Coffee Please retain ticket to present at Event Doors open at 7pm Performance starts 7:30pm St Martins Parish Church, Church Lane, Brighouse HD6 1AT

Blakeleys Fish and Chip Restaurant, Brighouse

Sat 20 Jun

£20

Bolshoi Ballet: Live Don Quixote

The Bolshoi’s panache and excellence are combined in Fadeyechev’s critically acclaimed staging of this exalting performance. Featuring brand new sets and costumes to accompany this colourful and technically challenging production Don Quixote is quintessential Bolshoi, abounding with life and not to be missed

Conquest Theatre, Bromyard

Sun 10 Apr 2016

£13–£15 / 01885 488575

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Bolshoi Ballet: Live Jewells

An homage of captivating beauty to the dance schools of Paris, New York and St Petersburg, each represented by a jewel; emerald, ruby, and diamond. The Bolshoi is the only company authorised by the Balanchine Trust to film and broadcast this masterpiece.

Conquest Theatre, Bromyard

Sun 8 Nov

£13–£15 / 01885 488575

Bolshoi Ballet Live: Spartacus

A live screening of the dramatic ballet.

Conquest Theatre, Bromyard

Sun 13 Mar 2016

£13–£15 / 01885 488575

Bolshoi Ballet: Live The Lady Of The Camellias

The Bolshoi breathes new life into Neumeier’s tragic masterpiece and accompanied by Chopin’s exquisite score. This production assumes a new emotional and dramatic texture that only the Bolshoi dancers can deliver

Conquest Theatre, Bromyard

Sun 6 Dec

£13–£15 / 01885 488575

Brassed Off

The Yorkshire Week film presented by Otley Film Society 1996, UK, 103 mins, 15 Thursday 6 Aug at 7.45pm Tickets: £4 available from the Courthouse box office.

Otley Courthouse

Thu 6 Aug

£4 / 01943 467466

Bristol Radical Film Festival Presents Election Special

Please note, there will be 50 tickets on the door if the advance allocation sells out. This event explores the possibility for real political change in Britain 3 days before the general election on May 7th. We’ll be showing two short films on the rise of the radical left in Spain and Greece: ‘Be The Change’, about…

The Cube Microplex, Bristol

Mon 4 May

£4–£5 / 0117 907 4190

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