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    Poetry Workshops: Rewriting History. Week 6: Town and Gown St Mary the Virgin, University Church Wed 4 Mar: 7-8.30

    Folk Dancing Fun at Stonesfield with Peter Bridgman & John Graham Stonesfield Village Hall Wed 4 Mar: 8.00 to 10.00pm

    Stretch and Relax at Hill End Hill End Outdoor Education Centre Wed 13 May: 10.30

    Last chance to book for

    LAMDA Speech and Drama Classes
    Book by Tue, 3 March

    (Starts Thu, 5 March)

    To be He or She? KK Memorial Lecture Day
    Book by Tue, 3 March

    (Starts Sat, 7 March)

    Pop-up-Pilates at Kennington Osteopathic Practice
    Book by Tue, 3 March

    (Starts Tue, 3 March)

    Hatha Yoga
    Book by Tue, 3 March

    (Starts Tue, 3 March)

    The Listening Room #9
    Book by Tue, 3 March

    (Starts Tue, 3 March)

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    Odeon Magdalen Street 0871 2244 007 — Monday 2nd March 2015 Hide

    Fifty Shades of Grey [18]

    Film based on E.L. James' controversial erotic novel.
    Subtitles: Tue 8.15pm, Wed 2.45pm Runtime: 125 mins

    2.45, 5.30, 8.15, 9.15pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Jupiter Ascending [12A] (2D)

    Earth cleaner is genetically destined to inherit alien worlds, to the dismay of baddie galactic prince. Runtime: 127 mins

    6.30pm

    Superficially, Jupiter Ascending has all the ingredients for a fun bit of sci-fi nonsense. Jupiter Jones, downtrodden Earth-cleaner...read more

    Cinema, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne. Runtime: 123 mins

    1.30pm

    The Theory of Everything is a heart-wrenching movie adaptation of the book, Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen, written...read more

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    Love is Strange [15]

    The nature of family and relationships is explored through the trials, tribulations & triumphs of a gay relationship. Starring Jon Lithgow and Alfred Molina. Runtime: 94 mins

    4.15pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Odeon George Street 0871 2244 007 — Monday 2nd March 2015 Hide

    American Sniper [15]

    Best Picture Oscar-nominated biography of Chris Kyle, the US Navy's most lethal sniper. Runtime: 132 mins

    9.45pm

    Bradley Cooper beefs up as a good ol' Texan, for God and country, and does a job of it, but the movie is a mess. It can have you...read more

    Cinema, Books, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, War

    Birdman [15]

    Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) is a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback. Runtime: 119 mins

    12.00, 6.00pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Focus [15]

    Comedy crime drama in which Will Smith, a talented con man, takes a young woman under his wing. Runtime: 105 mins

    12.15, 3.15, 6.20, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Kingsman: The Secret Service [15]

    Old-school spy recruits young rude boy for secret agency. Runtime: 129 mins

    3.10, 6.10, 9.10pm

    If you had told me it was an extremely violent spoof of James Bond I would probably have decided not to go - and I'm glad I did...read more

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Selma [12A]

    Martin Luther King (David Oyelowo) leads a civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, AL in 1965. Runtime: 128 mins

    12.10, 8.45pm

    Selma is a film about Martin Luther King influencing President Johnson to change his mind about legally enforcing the right of...read more

    Cinema, American, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, Politics

    Shaun the Sheep Movie [U]

    Shaun: Sheep in the City. Aardman magic. Runtime: 85 mins

    4.00pm

    Cinema, Animation, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford. Runtime: 129 mins

    1.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel [PG]

    Dev Patel tries to open a second hotel for hard-up British retirees.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.00, Mon 5.40pm, Thu 8.30pm Runtime: 122 mins

    12.00, 1.20, 2.50, 4.10, 5.40, 7.00, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne. Runtime: 123 mins

    2.30, 5.15, 8.15pm

    The Theory of Everything is a heart-wrenching movie adaptation of the book, Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen, written...read more

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    Ultimate Picture Palace 01865 245288 — Monday 2nd March 2015 Hide

    A Most Violent Year [15]

    Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain are New York gangsters in the city's deadliest year, 1981. Runtime: 125 mins

    6.00pm

    Cinema, Crime, Today, This Week

    Birdman [15]

    Oscar winning movie with Michael Keaton as a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback. Runtime: 119 mins

    8.30pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, Today, This Week

    Phoenix Picturehouse 0871 902 5736 (10p/min from landline) — Monday 2nd March 2015 Hide

    The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel [PG]

    Dev Patel tries to open a second hotel for hard-up British retirees. Runtime: 122 mins

    11.30am, 2.30, 6.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Catch Me Daddy [15]

    Thriller about a girl on the run from her family in West Yorkshire. Runtime: 107 mins

    3.30, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Thriller, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    ROH Encore: Der Fliegende Holländer [12A]

    Tim Albery's interpretation of Wagner's early opera "The Flying Dutchman" with Brin Terfel in the lead role. Runtime: 140 mins

    12.30pm

    Cinema, Opera, Today, This Week

    Exhibition on Screen: Girl with a Pearl Earring [U]

    Documentary exploring the enduring mysteries of Johannes Vermeer's most famous painting, and other treasures from the Mauritshuis Museum, Netherlands.

    6.30pm

    Cinema, Exhibition, Art, Today, This Week

    Ruskin College 01865 759600 — Monday 2nd March 2015 Hide

    Going Through the Change

    Screening of film produced for 'National Women Against Pit Closures', followed by discussion.

    6.30-10pm Free

    Cinema, Lectures, Festival, Women's Issues, Today, This Week, Politics

    Vue Cinema 08712 240 240 (10p per min from BT) — Monday 2nd March 2015 Hide

    Focus [15]

    Comedy crime drama in which Will Smith, a talented con man, takes a young woman under his wing. Runtime: 105 mins

    12.15, 2.45, 5.15, 7.45, 10.15pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel [PG]

    Dev Patel tries to open a second hotel for hard-up British retirees. Runtime: 122 mins

    12.00, 1.30, 3.00, 4.30, 6.00, 7.30, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Fifty Shades of Grey [18]

    Film based on E.L. James' controversial erotic novel.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.30pm, Tue 9.30pm Runtime: 125 mins

    11.45am, 2.30, 5.15, 6.40, 8.00, 9.30, 10.15pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Big Hero 6 [PG]

    A Marvel-lous robotics prodigy forms a team of superheroes in Oscar-nominated animation. Runtime: 102 mins

    1.00, 3.30, 6.00pm

    From WOPR to Wall-E, Number 5 to Nexus-7s, there’s quite a crowded pantheon of robots in cinema. (I like to imagine that it’s...read more

    Cinema, Comedy, Animation, Science, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Paddington [PG]

    The marmalade-loving talking bear moves to London. Runtime: 95 mins

    12.30pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Shaun the Sheep Movie [U]

    Shaun: Sheep in the City. Aardman magic. Runtime: 85 mins

    12.00, 2.15, 4.30pm

    Cinema, Animation, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Project Almanac [12A]

    Found-footage time travel thriller. Runtime: 106 mins

    2.45pm

    Cinema, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    It Follows [15]

    Well-received teen horror. A young woman is plagued by the sense of being followed. Runtime: 122 mins

    8.40, 10.40pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Boy Next Door [15]

    A divorcée starts a dangerous affair with a younger neighbour. Runtime: 122 mins

    5.10, 7.30, 9.50pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Kingsman: The Secret Service [15]

    Old-school spy recruits young rude boy for secret agency. Runtime: 129 mins

    11.50am, 2.40, 5.30, 8.15pm

    If you had told me it was an extremely violent spoof of James Bond I would probably have decided not to go - and I'm glad I did...read more

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Stephen and Jane Hawking: the early years. Runtime: 123 mins

    12.30, 3.15, 6.00pm

    The Theory of Everything is a heart-wrenching movie adaptation of the book, Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen, written...read more

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    Boyhood [15]

    The story of growing up, through the eyes of a child and adolescent. Filmed over 12 years with the same cast. Runtime: 166 mins

    8.45pm

    Must say that I largely agree with Natasha on this. I didn't hate it as much as she did, but nor was I moved, enlightened or hugely...read more

    Cinema, Today, This Week

    Tuesday 3rd March 2015 Hide

    CinemaTuesday 3rd March 2015 Hide

    Odeon Magdalen Street 0871 2244 007 — Tuesday 3rd March 2015 Hide

    Fifty Shades of Grey [18]

    Film based on E.L. James' controversial erotic novel.
    Subtitles: Tue 8.15pm, Wed 2.45pm Runtime: 125 mins

    2.45, 5.30, 8.15, 9.15pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Jupiter Ascending [12A] (2D)

    Earth cleaner is genetically destined to inherit alien worlds, to the dismay of baddie galactic prince. Runtime: 127 mins

    6.30pm

    Superficially, Jupiter Ascending has all the ingredients for a fun bit of sci-fi nonsense. Jupiter Jones, downtrodden Earth-cleaner...read more

    Cinema, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne. Runtime: 123 mins

    1.30pm

    The Theory of Everything is a heart-wrenching movie adaptation of the book, Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen, written...read more

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    Love is Strange [15]

    The nature of family and relationships is explored through the trials, tribulations & triumphs of a gay relationship. Starring Jon Lithgow and Alfred Molina. Runtime: 94 mins

    4.15pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Odeon George Street 0871 2244 007 — Tuesday 3rd March 2015 Hide

    American Sniper [15]

    Best Picture Oscar-nominated biography of Chris Kyle, the US Navy's most lethal sniper. Runtime: 132 mins

    9.45pm

    Bradley Cooper beefs up as a good ol' Texan, for God and country, and does a job of it, but the movie is a mess. It can have you...read more

    Cinema, Books, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, War

    Birdman [15]

    Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) is a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback. Runtime: 119 mins

    12.00, 6.00pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Focus [15]

    Comedy crime drama in which Will Smith, a talented con man, takes a young woman under his wing. Runtime: 105 mins

    12.15, 3.15, 6.20, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Kingsman: The Secret Service [15]

    Old-school spy recruits young rude boy for secret agency. Runtime: 129 mins

    3.10, 6.10, 9.10pm

    If you had told me it was an extremely violent spoof of James Bond I would probably have decided not to go - and I'm glad I did...read more

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Selma [12A]

    Martin Luther King (David Oyelowo) leads a civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, AL in 1965. Runtime: 128 mins

    12.10, 8.45pm

    Selma is a film about Martin Luther King influencing President Johnson to change his mind about legally enforcing the right of...read more

    Cinema, American, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, Politics

    Shaun the Sheep Movie [U]

    Shaun: Sheep in the City. Aardman magic. Runtime: 85 mins

    4.00pm

    Cinema, Animation, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford. Runtime: 129 mins

    1.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel [PG]

    Dev Patel tries to open a second hotel for hard-up British retirees.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.00, Mon 5.40pm, Thu 8.30pm Runtime: 122 mins

    12.00, 1.20, 2.50, 4.10, 5.40, 7.00, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne. Runtime: 123 mins

    2.30, 5.15, 8.15pm

    The Theory of Everything is a heart-wrenching movie adaptation of the book, Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen, written...read more

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    Ultimate Picture Palace 01865 245288 — Tuesday 3rd March 2015 Hide

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford. Runtime: 129 mins

    9.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    Globe on Screen: The Duchess of Malfi [12A]

    Atmospheric, candle-lit, version of Webster's play featuring Gemma Arterton in the title role. Runtime: 160 mins

    6.00pm

    Cinema, Theatre, Tomorrow, This Week

    Phoenix Picturehouse 0871 902 5736 (10p/min from landline) — Tuesday 3rd March 2015 Hide

    The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel [PG]

    Dev Patel tries to open a second hotel for hard-up British retirees. Runtime: 122 mins

    12.00, 3.00, 5.45, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Birdman [15]

    Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) is a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback. Runtime: 119 mins

    12.45pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, Tomorrow, This Week

    Catch Me Daddy [15]

    Thriller about a girl on the run from her family in West Yorkshire. Runtime: 107 mins

    3.30, 6.15pm

    Cinema, Thriller, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    National Gallery [12A]

    Documentary about Trafalgar Square's 190-year old National Gallery, the fourth most-visited art museum in the world (after the Louvre, British Museum, New York Met). Runtime: 180 mins

    8.30pm

    Museum, Cinema, Exhibition, Art, Documentary, Tomorrow, This Week

    Vue Cinema 08712 240 240 (10p per min from BT) — Tuesday 3rd March 2015 Hide

    Focus [15]

    Comedy crime drama in which Will Smith, a talented con man, takes a young woman under his wing. Runtime: 105 mins

    12.15, 2.45, 5.15, 7.45, 10.15pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel [PG]

    Dev Patel tries to open a second hotel for hard-up British retirees. Runtime: 122 mins

    12.00, 1.30, 3.00, 4.30, 6.00, 7.30, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Fifty Shades of Grey [18]

    Film based on E.L. James' controversial erotic novel.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.30pm, Tue 9.30pm Runtime: 125 mins

    11.45am, 2.30, 5.15, 8.00, 9.30, 10.15pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Big Hero 6 [PG]

    A Marvel-lous robotics prodigy forms a team of superheroes in Oscar-nominated animation. Runtime: 102 mins

    1.00, 3.30, 6.00pm

    From WOPR to Wall-E, Number 5 to Nexus-7s, there’s quite a crowded pantheon of robots in cinema. (I like to imagine that it’s...read more

    Cinema, Comedy, Animation, Science, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Birdman [15]

    Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) is a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback. Runtime: 119 mins

    6.40pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, Tomorrow, This Week

    Paddington [PG]

    The marmalade-loving talking bear moves to London. Runtime: 95 mins

    12.30pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Shaun the Sheep Movie [U]

    Shaun: Sheep in the City. Aardman magic. Runtime: 85 mins

    12.00, 2.15, 4.30pm

    Cinema, Animation, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Project Almanac [12A]

    Found-footage time travel thriller. Runtime: 106 mins

    2.45pm

    Cinema, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    It Follows [15]

    Well-received teen horror. A young woman is plagued by the sense of being followed. Runtime: 122 mins

    8.40, 10.40pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Boy Next Door [15]

    A divorcée starts a dangerous affair with a younger neighbour. Runtime: 122 mins

    5.10, 7.30, 9.50pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Kingsman: The Secret Service [15]

    Old-school spy recruits young rude boy for secret agency. Runtime: 129 mins

    11.50am, 2.40, 5.30, 8.15pm

    If you had told me it was an extremely violent spoof of James Bond I would probably have decided not to go - and I'm glad I did...read more

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Stephen and Jane Hawking: the early years. Runtime: 123 mins

    3.00, 6.15pm

    The Theory of Everything is a heart-wrenching movie adaptation of the book, Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen, written...read more

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    The Wedding Ringer [15]

    Kevin Hart is a best man for hire - and Josh Gad needs a best man... Runtime: 101 mins

    9.00pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Romance, Tomorrow, This Week

    Seniors Screening: Boyhood [15]

    The story of growing up, through the eyes of a child and adolescent. Filmed over 12 years with the same cast. Runtime: 166 mins

    11.00am

    Must say that I largely agree with Natasha on this. I didn't hate it as much as she did, but nor was I moved, enlightened or hugely...read more

    Cinema, Tomorrow, This Week

    Courses and WorkshopsTuesday 3rd March 2015 Hide

    Shooting Video - Beginners Production Course Film oxford

    This intro to video-making covers the whole process of video production from start to end.

    7-10pm £277/£138.50

    Film Oxford (formerly OFVM), 54 Catherine St, Oxford OX4 3AH

    ...filmoxford.org... Email Me 01865 792731

    Booking advised by 25 Jan 2015 Book tickets

    Show all dates/times

    Cinema, Courses and Workshops, Art, Tomorrow, This Week, Learning

    ArtTuesday 3rd March 2015 Hide

    Reel Women Introduction to Video Production for Women Film Oxford

    3 day intro to video-making for Women covers video production process from start to finish

    9:30-2:45pm £121.50/£40consessions

    Film Oxford (formerly OFVM), 54 Catherine St, Oxford OX4 3AH

    ...filmoxford.org... Email Me 01865 792731

    Book tickets

    Show all dates/times

    Cinema, Exhibition, Courses and Workshops, Art, Tomorrow, This Week

    Wednesday 4th March 2015 Hide

    CinemaWednesday 4th March 2015 Hide

    Odeon Magdalen Street 0871 2244 007 — Wednesday 4th March 2015 Hide

    Fifty Shades of Grey [18]

    Film based on E.L. James' controversial erotic novel.
    Subtitles: Tue 8.15pm, Wed 2.45pm Runtime: 125 mins

    2.45, 5.30, 8.15, 9.15pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Jupiter Ascending [12A] (2D)

    Earth cleaner is genetically destined to inherit alien worlds, to the dismay of baddie galactic prince. Runtime: 127 mins

    6.30pm

    Superficially, Jupiter Ascending has all the ingredients for a fun bit of sci-fi nonsense. Jupiter Jones, downtrodden Earth-cleaner...read more

    Cinema, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne. Runtime: 123 mins

    1.30pm

    The Theory of Everything is a heart-wrenching movie adaptation of the book, Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen, written...read more

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    Love is Strange [15]

    The nature of family and relationships is explored through the trials, tribulations & triumphs of a gay relationship. Starring Jon Lithgow and Alfred Molina. Runtime: 94 mins

    4.15pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Odeon George Street 0871 2244 007 — Wednesday 4th March 2015 Hide

    American Sniper [15]

    Best Picture Oscar-nominated biography of Chris Kyle, the US Navy's most lethal sniper. Runtime: 132 mins

    9.45pm

    Bradley Cooper beefs up as a good ol' Texan, for God and country, and does a job of it, but the movie is a mess. It can have you...read more

    Cinema, Books, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, War

    Birdman [15]

    Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) is a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback. Runtime: 119 mins

    6.00pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Focus [15]

    Comedy crime drama in which Will Smith, a talented con man, takes a young woman under his wing. Runtime: 105 mins

    12.15, 3.15, 6.20, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Kingsman: The Secret Service [15]

    Old-school spy recruits young rude boy for secret agency. Runtime: 129 mins

    3.10, 6.10, 9.10pm

    If you had told me it was an extremely violent spoof of James Bond I would probably have decided not to go - and I'm glad I did...read more

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Selma [12A]

    Martin Luther King (David Oyelowo) leads a civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, AL in 1965. Runtime: 128 mins

    12.10, 8.45pm

    Selma is a film about Martin Luther King influencing President Johnson to change his mind about legally enforcing the right of...read more

    Cinema, American, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, Politics

    Shaun the Sheep Movie [U]

    Shaun: Sheep in the City. Aardman magic. Runtime: 85 mins

    4.00pm

    Cinema, Animation, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford. Runtime: 129 mins

    1.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel [PG]

    Dev Patel tries to open a second hotel for hard-up British retirees.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.00, Mon 5.40pm, Thu 8.30pm Runtime: 122 mins

    12.00, 1.20, 2.50, 4.10, 5.40, 7.00, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne. Runtime: 123 mins

    5.15, 8.15pm

    The Theory of Everything is a heart-wrenching movie adaptation of the book, Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen, written...read more

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    Silver Screen: Mr Turner [12A]

    Mike Leigh directs Timothy Spall in award-winning biopic of Romantic painter J.M.W. Turner. Runtime: 150 mins

    11.00am

    What a breath of fresh air - a movie that is totally not Hollywood! This means: there is no narrative arc, there are no explanations...read more

    Cinema, Art, Biopic, This Week

    Silver Screen: The Imitation Game [12A]

    The story of the Bletchley Park codebreakers, starring Cumberbatch and Knightley. Runtime: 114 mins

    2.00pm

    I enjoyed the film but was irritated at the many inaccuracies. Despite these lapses, it's a colourful film and Cumberbatch...read more

    Cinema, This Week, History, War

    Ultimate Picture Palace 01865 245288 — Wednesday 4th March 2015 Hide

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford. Runtime: 129 mins

    6.15pm

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    A Most Violent Year [15]

    Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain are New York gangsters in the city's deadliest year, 1981. Runtime: 125 mins

    9.00pm

    Cinema, Crime, Today, This Week

    Phoenix Picturehouse 0871 902 5736 (10p/min from landline) — Wednesday 4th March 2015 Hide

    The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel [PG]

    Dev Patel tries to open a second hotel for hard-up British retirees. Runtime: 122 mins

    2.30, 6.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Catch Me Daddy [15]

    Thriller about a girl on the run from her family in West Yorkshire. Runtime: 107 mins

    12.00, 3.00pm

    Cinema, Thriller, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Big Scream: The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel [PG]

    Dev Patel tries to open a second hotel for hard-up British retirees. Exclusive screening for parents with under 1s. Runtime: 122 mins

    11.30am

    Cinema, This Week

    RSC Live: Love's Labour's Won [12A]

    Better known as Much Ado About Nothing. Claudio and Benedick return from the trenches to find love. Updated to 1918. Broadcast live from the RST.

    7.00pm

    Cinema, Theatre, Shakespeare, This Week

    Vue Cinema 08712 240 240 (10p per min from BT) — Wednesday 4th March 2015 Hide

    Focus [15]

    Comedy crime drama in which Will Smith, a talented con man, takes a young woman under his wing. Runtime: 105 mins

    12.30, 3.00, 5.30, 8.00, 10.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel [PG]

    Dev Patel tries to open a second hotel for hard-up British retirees. Runtime: 122 mins

    12.00, 1.30, 3.00, 4.30, 6.00, 7.30, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Fifty Shades of Grey [18]

    Film based on E.L. James' controversial erotic novel.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.30pm, Tue 9.30pm Runtime: 125 mins

    11.45am, 2.30, 5.15, 6.40, 8.00, 9.30, 10.15pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Big Hero 6 [PG]

    A Marvel-lous robotics prodigy forms a team of superheroes in Oscar-nominated animation. Runtime: 102 mins

    1.00, 3.30, 6.00pm

    From WOPR to Wall-E, Number 5 to Nexus-7s, there’s quite a crowded pantheon of robots in cinema. (I like to imagine that it’s...read more

    Cinema, Comedy, Animation, Science, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    American Sniper [15]

    Best Picture Oscar-nominated biography of Chris Kyle, the US Navy's most lethal sniper. Runtime: 132 mins

    11.15pm

    Bradley Cooper beefs up as a good ol' Texan, for God and country, and does a job of it, but the movie is a mess. It can have you...read more

    Cinema, Books, Biopic, This Week, War

    Paddington [PG]

    The marmalade-loving talking bear moves to London. Runtime: 95 mins

    12.30pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Shaun the Sheep Movie [U]

    Shaun: Sheep in the City. Aardman magic. Runtime: 85 mins

    12.00, 2.15, 4.30pm

    Cinema, Animation, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Project Almanac [12A]

    Found-footage time travel thriller. Runtime: 106 mins

    2.45pm

    Cinema, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    It Follows [15]

    Well-received teen horror. A young woman is plagued by the sense of being followed. Runtime: 122 mins

    8.40, 10.40pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Boy Next Door [15]

    A divorcée starts a dangerous affair with a younger neighbour. Runtime: 122 mins

    5.10, 7.30, 9.50pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Kingsman: The Secret Service [15]

    Old-school spy recruits young rude boy for secret agency. Runtime: 129 mins

    11.50am, 2.40, 5.30, 8.15, 11.00pm

    If you had told me it was an extremely violent spoof of James Bond I would probably have decided not to go - and I'm glad I did...read more

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Stephen and Jane Hawking: the early years. Runtime: 123 mins

    12.45, 3.30, 6.15pm

    The Theory of Everything is a heart-wrenching movie adaptation of the book, Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen, written...read more

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    The Wedding Ringer [15]

    Kevin Hart is a best man for hire - and Josh Gad needs a best man... Runtime: 101 mins

    9.00, 11.15pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Romance, Tomorrow, This Week

    ArtWednesday 4th March 2015 Hide

    Reel Women Introduction to Video Production for Women Film Oxford

    3 day intro to video-making for Women covers video production process from start to finish

    9:30-2:45pm £121.50/£40consessions

    Film Oxford (formerly OFVM), 54 Catherine St, Oxford OX4 3AH

    ...filmoxford.org... Email Me 01865 792731

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    Cinema, Exhibition, Courses and Workshops, Art, Tomorrow, This Week

    Thursday 5th March 2015 Hide

    CinemaThursday 5th March 2015 Hide

    Odeon Magdalen Street 0871 2244 007 — Thursday 5th March 2015 Hide

    Fifty Shades of Grey [18]

    Film based on E.L. James' controversial erotic novel.
    Subtitles: Tue 8.15pm, Wed 2.45pm Runtime: 125 mins

    2.45, 5.30, 8.15, 9.15pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Jupiter Ascending [12A] (2D)

    Earth cleaner is genetically destined to inherit alien worlds, to the dismay of baddie galactic prince. Runtime: 127 mins

    6.30pm

    Superficially, Jupiter Ascending has all the ingredients for a fun bit of sci-fi nonsense. Jupiter Jones, downtrodden Earth-cleaner...read more

    Cinema, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne. Runtime: 123 mins

    1.30pm

    The Theory of Everything is a heart-wrenching movie adaptation of the book, Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen, written...read more

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    Love is Strange [15]

    The nature of family and relationships is explored through the trials, tribulations & triumphs of a gay relationship. Starring Jon Lithgow and Alfred Molina. Runtime: 94 mins

    4.15pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Odeon George Street 0871 2244 007 — Thursday 5th March 2015 Hide

    American Sniper [15]

    Best Picture Oscar-nominated biography of Chris Kyle, the US Navy's most lethal sniper. Runtime: 132 mins

    9.45pm

    Bradley Cooper beefs up as a good ol' Texan, for God and country, and does a job of it, but the movie is a mess. It can have you...read more

    Cinema, Books, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, War

    Birdman [15]

    Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) is a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback. Runtime: 119 mins

    6.00pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Focus [15]

    Comedy crime drama in which Will Smith, a talented con man, takes a young woman under his wing. Runtime: 105 mins

    12.15, 3.15, 6.20, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Kingsman: The Secret Service [15]

    Old-school spy recruits young rude boy for secret agency. Runtime: 129 mins

    3.10, 6.10, 9.10pm

    If you had told me it was an extremely violent spoof of James Bond I would probably have decided not to go - and I'm glad I did...read more

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Selma [12A]

    Martin Luther King (David Oyelowo) leads a civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, AL in 1965. Runtime: 128 mins

    12.10, 8.45pm

    Selma is a film about Martin Luther King influencing President Johnson to change his mind about legally enforcing the right of...read more

    Cinema, American, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, Politics

    Shaun the Sheep Movie [U]

    Shaun: Sheep in the City. Aardman magic. Runtime: 85 mins

    4.00pm

    Cinema, Animation, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford. Runtime: 129 mins

    1.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel [PG]

    Dev Patel tries to open a second hotel for hard-up British retirees.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.00, Mon 5.40pm, Thu 8.30pm Runtime: 122 mins

    12.00, 1.20, 2.50, 4.10, 5.40, 7.00, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Story of the extraordinary Jane and Stephen Hawking, starring Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne. Runtime: 123 mins

    5.15, 8.15pm

    The Theory of Everything is a heart-wrenching movie adaptation of the book, Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen, written...read more

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    Silver Screen: Mr Turner [12A]

    Mike Leigh directs Timothy Spall in award-winning biopic of Romantic painter J.M.W. Turner. Runtime: 150 mins

    2.00pm

    What a breath of fresh air - a movie that is totally not Hollywood! This means: there is no narrative arc, there are no explanations...read more

    Cinema, Art, Biopic, This Week

    Silver Screen: The Imitation Game [12A]

    The story of the Bletchley Park codebreakers, starring Cumberbatch and Knightley. Runtime: 114 mins

    11.00am

    I enjoyed the film but was irritated at the many inaccuracies. Despite these lapses, it's a colourful film and Cumberbatch...read more

    Cinema, This Week, History, War

    Ultimate Picture Palace 01865 245288 — Thursday 5th March 2015 Hide

    Testament of Youth [12A]

    The story of Vera Brittain's coming of age during WWI. Partially filmed in Oxford. Runtime: 129 mins

    12.30 (Baby Club), 3.30, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Romance, Tomorrow, This Week, History, War

    A Most Violent Year [15]

    Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain are New York gangsters in the city's deadliest year, 1981. Runtime: 125 mins

    6.15pm

    Cinema, Crime, Today, This Week

    Phoenix Picturehouse 0871 902 5736 (10p/min from landline) — Thursday 5th March 2015 Hide

    The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel [PG]

    Dev Patel tries to open a second hotel for hard-up British retirees. Runtime: 122 mins

    12.00, 3.00, 6.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Catch Me Daddy [15]

    Thriller about a girl on the run from her family in West Yorkshire. Runtime: 107 mins

    12.45, 3.15, 6.15pm

    Cinema, Thriller, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Toddler Time: Rastamouse: Programme 13: Missing Tings [U]

    For toddlers. Stop-motion animation featuring the reggae-playing mouse.

    11.30am

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Animation, This Week

    Film Oxford (formerly OFVM) 01865 792731 — Thursday 5th March 2015 Hide

    Open Screen – Women Filmmakers Showcase Film Oxford

    Special event showcasing films made about women or by women for International Women Fest

    7:30-9:00 FREE

    Cinema, Theatre, Exhibition, Meeting, This Week

    Vue Cinema 08712 240 240 (10p per min from BT) — Thursday 5th March 2015 Hide

    Focus [15]

    Comedy crime drama in which Will Smith, a talented con man, takes a young woman under his wing. Runtime: 105 mins

    12.15, 2.45, 5.15, 7.45, 10.15pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Crime, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel [PG]

    Dev Patel tries to open a second hotel for hard-up British retirees. Runtime: 122 mins

    12.00, 1.30, 3.00, 4.30, 6.00, 7.30, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Fifty Shades of Grey [18]

    Film based on E.L. James' controversial erotic novel.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.30pm, Tue 9.30pm Runtime: 125 mins

    11.45am, 2.30, 5.15, 6.40, 8.00, 10.15pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Big Hero 6 [PG]

    A Marvel-lous robotics prodigy forms a team of superheroes in Oscar-nominated animation. Runtime: 102 mins

    1.00, 3.30, 6.00pm

    From WOPR to Wall-E, Number 5 to Nexus-7s, there’s quite a crowded pantheon of robots in cinema. (I like to imagine that it’s...read more

    Cinema, Comedy, Animation, Science, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Birdman [15]

    Michael Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns) is a washed-up former comic book superhero movie star in bid for credible Broadway comeback. Runtime: 119 mins

    9.30pm

    I loved the drumming! Otherwise it's an intriguing film about acting, fame and the meaning of life, which can be very witty, spellbinding...read more

    Cinema, Theatre, Comedy, Tomorrow, This Week

    Paddington [PG]

    The marmalade-loving talking bear moves to London. Runtime: 95 mins

    12.30pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Shaun the Sheep Movie [U]

    Shaun: Sheep in the City. Aardman magic. Runtime: 85 mins

    12.00, 2.15, 4.30pm

    Cinema, Animation, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Project Almanac [12A]

    Found-footage time travel thriller. Runtime: 106 mins

    2.45pm

    Cinema, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    It Follows [15]

    Well-received teen horror. A young woman is plagued by the sense of being followed. Runtime: 122 mins

    8.40, 10.40pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Boy Next Door [15]

    A divorcée starts a dangerous affair with a younger neighbour. Runtime: 122 mins

    5.10, 7.30, 9.50pm

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    Kingsman: The Secret Service [15]

    Old-school spy recruits young rude boy for secret agency. Runtime: 129 mins

    11.50am, 2.40, 5.30, 8.15pm

    If you had told me it was an extremely violent spoof of James Bond I would probably have decided not to go - and I'm glad I did...read more

    Cinema, Today, Tomorrow, This Week

    The Theory of Everything [12A]

    Stephen and Jane Hawking: the early years. Runtime: 123 mins

    12.45, 3.30, 6.15pm

    The Theory of Everything is a heart-wrenching movie adaptation of the book, Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen, written...read more

    Cinema, Books, Health, Science, Biopic, Today, Tomorrow, This Week, History

    The Wedding Ringer [15]

    Kevin Hart is a best man for hire - and Josh Gad needs a best man... Runtime: 101 mins

    9.00pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Romance, Tomorrow, This Week

    St Nicolas' Church, Market Place, Abingdon, OX14 3HF — Thursday 5th March 2015 Hide

    SPARROWS Mary Pickford silent (1926) with live piano accompaniment ABCD Film Society, Abingdon

    Pickford takes rescued orphans to safety through alligator infested swamps - convincingly.

    7.30 pm £7 (£6 students)

    Cinema, This Week

    ArtThursday 5th March 2015 Hide

    Reel Women Introduction to Video Production for Women Film Oxford

    3 day intro to video-making for Women covers video production process from start to finish

    9:30-2:45pm £121.50/£40consessions

    Film Oxford (formerly OFVM), 54 Catherine St, Oxford OX4 3AH

    ...filmoxford.org... Email Me 01865 792731

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    Sunday 8th March 2015 Hide

    FestivalSunday 8th March 2015 Hide

    Reflections and Revolutions: A Science Film Night

    Film festival celebrating the development of X-ray crystallography and structural biology.

    5pm Free

    Phoenix Picturehouse, 57 Walton Street, Oxford OX2 6AE

    ...oxfordshiresciencefestival.com... Email Me

    Must book by 08 Mar 2015 Book tickets

    Cinema, Festival, Science, This Week, History

    ArtSunday 8th March 2015 Hide

    Screen Tea The Story Museum

    A film screening of new and classic films on certain Sundays. See website for film details.

    2pm £2 (including tea or a soft drink)

    The Story Museum, Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1BP, Museum opening hours vary - check website. Shop and Cafe open Tue - Sat 10am - 5pm, Sun 11am - 4pm.

    www.storymuseum.org.uk/?s=screen+tea Email Me 01865 790050

    No need to book!

    Show all dates/times

    Museum, Cinema, Family Friendly, Art, This Week

    Family FriendlySunday 8th March 2015 Hide

    Reflections and Revolutions: A science film night The Nuffield Department of Medicine

    A film festival celebrating the history and development of X-ray crystallography.

    5-7:30pm Free

    The Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxford. OX1 2AQ

    ...eventbrite.co.uk... Email Me

    Must book by 07 Mar 2015 Book tickets

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Festival, Science, This Week