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June at ActOne

June will bring a short temporary closure for essential maintenance and refurbishment Works commence on Monday the 17th of June and screenings commence on Friday 28th June. We still have plenty to show before and after (and a few limited special events during the works!)

Currently, we are showing action-packed FURIOSA: A Mad Max Saga, magical and bittersweet LA CHIMERA, a sci-fi epic THE BEAST.

Our monthly Board Games Night is on Wednesday 5th June from 6.00pm. Entry is free and everyone is welcome.

Sunday 9th June offers not just one but two special events, At 1.30pm we are screening

Steve McQueen and Bianca Stigter's time-travelling documentary OCCUPIED CITY with a live introduction from writer, journalist and broadcaster Ellen E Jones. And at 2:15pm we present TANTURA a documentary followed by a live Q&A with the director Alon Schwarz.

We are welcoming back the Royal Opera House on Tuesday 11th June with a LIVE broadcast of the opera: ANDREA CHENIER . Please listen out for the new and improved sound system in screen 1!

Our Classic Matinee continues the Ealing comedies stream with PASSPORT TO PIMLICO on Wednesday 12th at 2.00pm. Seniors pay only £5 and the ticket price includes a free tea or coffee. In the evening of the 12th, at 6.00pm, we present our monthly short film open mic event, SOUND AND VISION, Tickets are only £7 for two hours of short films of all genres plus networking opportunities.

On Thursday 13 June at 6:30pm, we present a preview of WILDING, a stunning documentary based on the book by Isabella Tree. It will be followed by a pre-recorded Q&A, hosted by Craig Bennett of The Wildlife Trust..

We have a very special event on Sunday 23rd when we welcome cinema historian Nigel Smith to present Acton Screen Revisited, This will be a celebration of the original community cinema in Acton (above the Captain Cook pub) that some of you will remember. You can expect many interesting guests, a lively debate and a surprise film - all starting at 2.00pm. The cafe will be fully operational for the duration - as it will be for

Open Mic Night which will be happening - as usual - on the evening of Thursday 27th. Come along to sign up from 7:30 pm, performances start at 8 pm on a first-come, first-served basis. Finally, we are very excited to welcome The Dirty Blues Show on the evening of 29th June. The West End tour de force duo of vocalist Suzanne Noble and her pianist, George Webster will perform once-banned, risqué songs from the 1920s-40s, inside our screen 1, set to a backdrop of black-and-white classics projected onto the big screen. The show starts at 7:30pm and vintage dress-up is encouraged!


The cinema and cafe will be fully reopened on Friday 28th June at noon. 


Our usual weekly staples like Carers & Babies Club Tuesdays, closed-captioned screening Wednesdays, Relaxed Screening Thursdays and our evolving programme can be seen and tickets booked at


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