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National Theatre Live Comes to RFT!

We have an exciting new development in our next season at RFT: we are now able to show National Theatre productions live via a satellite link to our screen in G10. Our new NT at RFT season will start on Thursday May 1st with Sam Mendes' King Lear starring Simon Russell Beale in the title role. On Thursday May 22nd we will be showing The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Encore) based on the acclaimed novel by …

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Happy New Year from everyone at RFT!

We welcome you back to a new season of great films, some of which have not yet been released to the big screen cinemas. Our season starts with the highly acclaimed Philomena starring Judi Dench, which I know that many of you will be eager to see and includes other highlights such as Gravity, Sunshine on Leith, Captain Phillips and Saving Mr Banks.


As usual, we have organised a number of events in collaboration with the …

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Happy Holidays from RFT

Tonight's film, The Artist and the Model, will be the last one of this season and RFT will be closed over the holiday period. Our new season starts on Tuesday January 14th with the much acclaimed film Philomena starring Judi Dench. Our new programme will be released shortly; highlights include Gravity, Captain Phillips, The Invisible Woman, The Patience Stone and the first two films of the Marseilles trilogy. There will also be a return visit from Minima and several special …

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RFT in the Reading Post

At the start of our new season Alan Bunce, Community Editor of the Reading Post, came to interview us about the success of our fundraising campaign and our new projection equipment. You can read his article and see the photo by clicking on the link:

If you have not yet come to watch a film using our new projector and sound system, you will be amazed at the improved quality of both sound and picture. Remember: you can …

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New Season Starts This Week

Our new season starts this Thursday  with our "Freshers' Film" (although of course being a Fresher is not a requirement for entry and RFT is open to everyone), The World's End. As always we have an exciting and varied programme on offer including a good selection of foreign language films such as Therese Desqueroux (French), A Hijacking (Danish) and The Great Beauty (Italian). On Tuesday October 15th, as part of Black History Month, there will be an introductory talk …

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