Our March 2020 season in Redcliffe Caves starts with a double bill devoted to Gotham’s clown prince of crime – first up on Friday night sees Joaquin Phoenix descend into madness in this Oscar-nominated, incendiary take on Joker!
Our March 2020 season in Redcliffe Caves starts with a double bill devoted to Gotham’s clown prince of crime – second up on Friday night is Nolan’s acclaimed The Dark Knight, featuring Heath Ledger’s posthumous Oscar-winning performance as the Joker.
Our discounted weekend matinee screenings return to Redcliffe Caves for another season. This year we're celebrating the genius of Ray Harryhausen with two 50s classics - Saturday sees Sinbad save Sokurah from cyclops and skeletons...!
Our cult season deep within Redcliffe Caves is back! Saturday's programme focuses on outcasts and outsiders, kick-starting the afternoon with Nicolas Winding Refn’s mesmerising crime thriller Drive.
Saturday of our March 2020 season at Redcliffe Caves focuses on outcasts and outsiders, continuing with this notorious cult hit that's sometimes hilarious, sometimes horrifying, and often harrowing.
Saturday's roster of outcasts and outsiders at Redcliffe Caves takes an even darker turn as we meet Travis Bickle in Martin Scorsese's haunting and unnerving masterpiece. "Are you talkin' to me...?"
Our programme at Redcliffe Caves on Saturday 14th finishes with one of the all-time great cinema villains, the terrifying Dr. Hannibal Lecter. It's time to find out if the lambs are still screaming, or if that's just the audience...
Our discounted weekend matinee screenings return to Redcliffe Caves for another season. Sunday's celebration of Ray Harryhausen's work is one of his most famous, featuring THAT nightmarish skeleton army!
Sunday's programme at Redcliffe Caves explores the darker side of fantasy - and where better to start than Walt Disney's inimitable take on Lewis Carroll's most famous literary creations?
Deep within Redcliffe Caves, our "dark side of fantasy" theme continues on Sunday with this delightfully creepy, Neil Gaiman-inspired tale that is likely to spook both braver children and "grown-ups" alike!