With the awards season underway, the Grove Theatre in Dunstable is showing some of the most acclaimed films around on one of the biggest screens in Europe.
Highlights include everybody’s favourite secret agent James Bond, in the action-packed Spectre (12A), featuring Daniel Craig.
There’s also the chance to see Dame Maggie Smith portraying the true story of The Lady in the Van (12A).
And you can see Eddie Redmayne, winner of last year’s Best Actor Oscar, transforming himself to portray the transgender pioneer Lili Elbe in The Danish Girl (15).
In addition, there is the return of Kate Winslet to tell the tale of a woman scorned in The Dressmaker (12A), and the biggest film of the UK and Ireland 2015 box office, Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens (12A).
The action continues into amazing animation, perfect for the younger audience.
There’s the story of Peter Pan before he reached Neverland in Pan (PG), an unlikely but epic story of friendship between a dinosaur and a human in The Good Dinosaur (PG) and the continuing adventures of Alvin, Simon and Theodore in Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip (PG).
For full listings of the spring film season, contact the box office on 01582 60 20 80 or visit www.grovetheatre.co.uk.
Tickets for film are £7 with discounts for concessions, wheelchair users and friends of the Grove.