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    Intelligence in the Digital Age JHB Lecture Theatre, John Henry Brookes Building, Headington Campus Mon 27 Oct: 17:00-18:00

    Health and well-being in the workplace: stress-busting for the modern day JHB Lecture Theatre, John Henry Brookes Building, Headington Campus Wed 8 Oct: 18:00-19:00

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    Thursday 18th September 2014 Hide

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    Romeo + Juliet [12A]

    Baz Luhrmann's updated version of Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers with Leonardo DiCaprio. Outdoor rooftop cinema.

    7.30pm 12.50 cushions, 14.50 bean bags

    Cinema, Shakespeare, Romance, Tragedy, Today, This Week

    Odeon Magdalen Street 0871 2244 007 — Thursday 18th September 2014 Hide

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. Runtime: 122 mins

    2.30, 5.30, 8.20pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, Today, This Week

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (3D)

    Comic book vigilante space-heroes. Runtime: 121 mins

    8.45pm

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, Today, This Week

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (2D)

    Comic book vigilante space-heroes. Runtime: 121 mins

    3.15, 6.00pm

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, Today, This Week

    Odeon George Street 0871 2244 007 — Thursday 18th September 2014 Hide

    Before I Go to Sleep [15]

    Amnesiac Nicole Kidman and husband Colin Firth face unpalatable truths as her memory returns with the help of her doctor, Mark Strong Runtime: 92 mins

    4.00, 6.15, 8.30pm

    This is a throwback to the type of 'woman in peril' thrillers that used to star Ashley Judd in the late 90s, the kind...read more

    Cinema, Thriller, Today, This Week, Mystery

    If I Stay [12a]

    After a car accident which kills her entire family, seventeen-year-old Mia has an out of body experience. Should she join them, or wake up?

    1.30pm

    Cinema, Today, This Week

    Let's Be Cops [15]

    Two friends are a hit when they go to a party dressed as cops but are truly tested when confronted by real crime Runtime: 104 mins

    4.15pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Action, Today, This Week

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in Sci-Fi badassery. Runtime: 89 mins

    2.15, 4.45, 7.00, 9.15pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, Today, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher.
    Subtitles: Sun 5.30pm, Mon 2.45pm & Tue 8.15pm Runtime: 120 mins

    2.45, 5.30, 8.15pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, Today, This Week, History, Politics

    Sex Tape [15]

    Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel bare more than they bargained for. Runtime: 94 mins

    1.45, 6.40, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Today, This Week

    The Hundred-Foot Journey [PG]

    The Best Exotic French Restaurant, with Helen Mirren.
    Subtitles: Fri 6.00pm, Sat 12.30pm Runtime: 122 mins

    3.15, 6.00pm

    Cinema, Food, French, Romance, Today, This Week

    The Inbetweeners Movie 2 [15]

    Antipodean man-child mayhem. Runtime: 96 mins

    9.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Today, This Week, Sequel

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (3D)

    Animated comedy in which a young boy raised by trolls underground must venture into the daylight to save his family Runtime: 97 mins

    7.10pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, Today, This Week

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (2D)

    Animated comedy in which a young boy raised by trolls underground must venture into the daylight to save his family Runtime: 97 mins

    2.10, 4.30pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, Today, This Week

    Obvious Child [15]

    A comedienne confronts the realities of independence. Runtime: 84 mins

    8.45pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Romance, Today, This Week

    Ultimate Picture Palace 01865 245288 — Thursday 18th September 2014 Hide

    Two Days, One Night [15]

    Moving story of moral dilemma from the Dardenne brothers, starring Marion Cotillard. French with subt. Runtime: 95 mins

    4.30, 6.45pm

    Cinema, Foreign Language, French, Today, This Week

    Lilting [15]

    Shared mourning across a cultural divide. Ben Whishaw reaches out to the Cambodian-Chinese mother of his suddenly deceased lover. Runtime: 91 mins

    9.00pm

    Cinema, Foreign Language, LGBTQ, Chinese, Today, This Week

    Phoenix Picturehouse 0871 902 5736 (10p/min from landline) — Thursday 18th September 2014 Hide

    Toddler Time: Rastamouse: Missing Tings [U]

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

    11.30am

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Animation, Today, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher. Runtime: 120 mins

    12.45, 3.30, 6.15, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, Today, This Week, History, Politics

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. Runtime: 122 mins

    12.00, 3.00, 6.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, Today, This Week

    Vue Cinema 08712 240 240 (10p per min from BT) — Thursday 18th September 2014 Hide

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. Runtime: 122 mins

    11.15am, 2.15. 5.15, 8.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, Today, This Week

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (2D)

    Animated comedy in which a young boy raised by trolls underground must venture into the daylight to save his family Runtime: 97 mins

    11.30am, 2.00, 4.30pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, Today, This Week

    Into The Storm [12A]

    Found footage disaster movie. Runtime: 89 mins

    12.30pm

    Cinema, Action, Weather, Today, This Week

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in sci-fi badassery. Runtime: 89 mins

    11.30am, 1.45, 4.15, 6.45, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, Today, This Week

    The Inbetweeners Movie 2 [15]

    Antipodean man-child mayhem. Runtime: 96 mins

    12.30, 3.00, 5.20, 7.45pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Today, This Week, Sequel

    Before I Go to Sleep [15]

    Amnesiac Nicole Kidman and husband Colin Firth face unpalatable truths as her memory returns with the help of her doctor, Mark Strong Runtime: 92 mins

    11.45am, 2.15, 7.15pm

    This is a throwback to the type of 'woman in peril' thrillers that used to star Ashley Judd in the late 90s, the kind...read more

    Cinema, Thriller, Today, This Week, Mystery

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (3D)

    Animated comedy in which a young boy raised by trolls underground must venture into the daylight to save his family Runtime: 97 mins

    7.00pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, Today, This Week

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (2D)

    Marvel's band of galactic misfits. Runtime: 121 mins

    3.00, 6.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, Today, This Week

    Let's Be Cops [15]

    Two buddies in cop fancy dress. With Coach and Nick from New Girl. Runtime: 104 mins

    9.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Crime, Today, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher. Runtime: 120 mins

    11.15am, 2.00, 4.45, 7.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, Today, This Week, History, Politics

    Sex Tape [15]

    Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel bare more than they bargained for.
    Subtitles: Sun 12.45pm, Tue 8.15pm Runtime: 94 mins

    12.45, 3.15, 5.45, 8.15pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Today, This Week

    The Guest [15]

    A family welcomes the soldier friend of their deceased son into their home. Then a series of mysterious deaths occur ... Runtime: 97 mins

    9.30pm

    Cinema, Horror, Action, Thriller, Today, This Week

    The Hundred-Foot Journey [PG]

    The Best Exotic French Restaurant, with Helen Mirren. Runtime: 122 mins

    12.30, 3.30, 6.30pm

    Cinema, Food, French, Romance, Today, This Week

    Finding Fanny [12A]

    Bollywood comedy in which a man embarks on a road trip to find his lost love. Runtime: 102 mins

    4.45, 9.15pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Romance, Bollywood, Today, This Week

    Friday 19th September 2014 Hide

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    Pulp Fiction [18]

    Tarantino's masterpiece of nonlinear criminal violence. Outdoor screening.

    7.30pm 12.50 cushions, 14.50 bean bags

    Cinema, This Week, Outdoors

    Odeon Magdalen Street 0871 2244 007 — Friday 19th September 2014 Hide

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (2D)

    Comic book vigilante space-heroes. Runtime: 121 mins

    3.00pm

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher.
    Subtitles: Tue 8.30pm Runtime: 120 mins

    5.45, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    The Giver [12A]

    A boy from a perfect community is apprenticed to The Giver (Jeff Bridges) to learn about the pain and pleasure of the Real World. Based on Lois Lowry's beloved YA book. Runtime: 97 mins

    1.40, 4.00, 6.30, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Odeon George Street 0871 2244 007 — Friday 19th September 2014 Hide

    A Walk Among The Tombstones [15]

    Liam Neeson is shady ex-cop tracking down kidnappers for drug tsar. Sound familiar? Runtime: 114 mins

    1.00, 3.40, 6.20, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    9.15pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    Before I Go to Sleep [15]

    Amnesiac Nicole Kidman and husband Colin Firth face unpalatable truths as her memory returns with the help of her doctor, Mark Strong Runtime: 92 mins

    1.10, 5.45pm

    This is a throwback to the type of 'woman in peril' thrillers that used to star Ashley Judd in the late 90s, the kind...read more

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week, Mystery

    If I Stay [12a]

    After a car accident which kills her entire family, seventeen-year-old Mia has an out of body experience. Should she go with them, or wake up?

    2.00pm

    Cinema, This Week

    Let's Be Cops [15]

    Two friends are a hit when they go to a party dressed as cops but are truly tested when confronted by real crime. Runtime: 104 mins

    4.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Action, This Week

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in Sci-Fi badassery. Runtime: 89 mins

    7.00, 9.20pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Magic in the Moonlight [12A]

    Colin Firth, magician, is set to unmask fraudulent spiritualists, but romance intervenes. Directed by Woody Allen. Runtime: 97 mins

    1.30, 3.50, 6.10, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Magic, Romance, This Week

    Sex Tape [15]

    Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel bare more than they bargained for.
    Subtitles: Sun 8.15pm Runtime: 94 mins

    3.30, 8.15pm

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (2D)

    Animated comedy in which a young boy raised by trolls underground must venture into the daylight to save his family
    Subtitles: Fri 3.40pm, Wed 1.20pm Runtime: 97 mins

    1.20, 3.40pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, This Week

    The Hundred-Foot Journey [PG]

    The Best Exotic French Restaurant, with Helen Mirren.
    Subtitles: Mon 6.30pm Runtime: 122 mins

    6.30pm

    Cinema, Food, French, Romance, This Week

    Riot Club [15]

    Noir comedy about a particularly destructive evening jaunt by a fictionalised Bullingdon Club. Runtime: 107 mins

    12.50, 3.20, 6.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Oxford University, Comedy, Noir, This Week

    Ultimate Picture Palace 01865 245288 — Friday 19th September 2014 Hide

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in Sci-Fi badassery.
    Subtitles: Tue 6.30pm Runtime: 89 mins

    9.00pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, This Week

    The Rover [15]

    10 years after society has collapsed a loner (Guy Pearce) tracks down the gang who stole the only thing he cared about - his car. Runtime: 103 mins

    6.45pm

    Cinema, Crime, This Week

    Phoenix Picturehouse 0871 902 5736 (10p/min from landline) — Friday 19th September 2014 Hide

    20, 000 Days on Earth [15] + Encore Q&A with Nick Cave

    Semi-fictionalised music documentary celebrating Nick Cave's 20, 000th day of life. Runtime: 97 mins

    9.00pm

    Cinema, Music, Documentary, This Week

    20, 000 Days on Earth [15]

    Semi-fictionalised music documentary celebrating Nick Cave's 20, 000th day of life. Runtime: 97 mins

    1.00, 3.30, 6.20pm

    Cinema, Music, Documentary, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher. Runtime: 120 mins

    12.00, 6.00pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    3.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    Vue Cinema 08712 240 240 (10p per min from BT) — Friday 19th September 2014 Hide

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    12.00, 3.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    A Walk Among The Tombstones [15]

    Liam Neeson is shady ex-cop tracking down kidnappers for drug tsar. Sound familiar? Runtime: 114 mins

    11.45am, 2.30, 5.15, 8.00, 10.45pm

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week

    Before I Go to Sleep [15]

    Amnesiac Nicole Kidman and husband Colin Firth face unpalatable truths as her memory returns with the help of her doctor, Mark Strong. Runtime: 92 mins

    1.45pm

    This is a throwback to the type of 'woman in peril' thrillers that used to star Ashley Judd in the late 90s, the kind...read more

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week, Mystery

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (2D)

    Animated comedy about a boy raised by underground trolls. Runtime: 97 mins

    4.00, 6.30pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, This Week

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (2D)

    Marvel's band of galactic misfits. Runtime: 121 mins

    2.20, 5.30pm

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, This Week

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (3D)

    Marvel's band of galactic misfits. Runtime: 121 mins

    11.40am

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, This Week

    The Inbetweeners Movie 2 [15]

    Antipodean man-child mayhem. Runtime: 96 mins

    8.30, 11.00pm

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week, Sequel

    The Hundred-Foot Journey [PG]

    The Best Exotic French Restaurant, with Helen Mirren. Runtime: 122 mins

    1.00pm

    Cinema, Food, French, Romance, This Week

    The Giver [12A]

    A boy from a perfect community is apprenticed to The Giver (Jeff Bridges) to learn about the pain and pleasure of the Real World. Runtime: 97 mins

    12.10, 2.40, 5.10, 7.40, 10.10pm

    Cinema, Books, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Sex Tape [15]

    Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel bare more than they bargained for. Runtime: 94 mins

    6.00, 8.30, 11.00pm

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher. Runtime: 120 mins

    11.45am, 2.30, 5.15, 8.00, 10.45pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    Riot Club [15]

    Noir comedy about a particularly destructive evening jaunt by a fictionalised Bullingdon Club. Runtime: 107 mins

    12.30, 3.15, 6.00, 8.45, 11.20pm

    Cinema, Oxford University, Comedy, Noir, This Week

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in sci-fi badassery. Runtime: 89 mins

    11.30am, 9.00, 11.15pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Magic in the Moonlight [12A]

    Colin Firth, magician, is set to unmask fraudulent spiritualists, but romance intervenes. Directed by Woody Allen.
    Subtitles: Tue 7.15pm Runtime: 97 mins

    12.45, 3.15, 5.45, 8.15, 10.45pm

    Cinema, Magic, Romance, This Week

    Khoobsurat [PG]

    Disney Bollywood remake of The Princess Diaries.

    4.00, 9.15, 10.30pm

    Cinema, Bollywood, This Week

    Saturday 20th September 2014 Hide

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    Gladiator [15]

    Russell Crowe as Maximus, Roman slave, gladiator and soldier. Outdoor cinema with licensed bar.

    7.30pm 12.50 cushions, 14.50 bean bags

    Cinema, This Week

    Odeon Magdalen Street 0871 2244 007 — Saturday 20th September 2014 Hide

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (2D)

    Comic book vigilante space-heroes. Runtime: 121 mins

    21.15, 3.00, 5.45pm

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher.
    Subtitles: Tue 8.30pm Runtime: 120 mins

    8.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    The Giver [12A]

    A boy from a perfect community is apprenticed to The Giver (Jeff Bridges) to learn about the pain and pleasure of the Real World. Based on Lois Lowry's beloved YA book. Runtime: 97 mins

    1.40, 4.00, 6.30, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Odeon George Street 0871 2244 007 — Saturday 20th September 2014 Hide

    A Walk Among The Tombstones [15]

    Liam Neeson is shady ex-cop tracking down kidnappers for drug tsar. Sound familiar? Runtime: 114 mins

    1.00, 3.40, 6.20, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    9.15pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    Before I Go to Sleep [15]

    Amnesiac Nicole Kidman and husband Colin Firth face unpalatable truths as her memory returns with the help of her doctor, Mark Strong Runtime: 92 mins

    1.10, 5.45pm

    This is a throwback to the type of 'woman in peril' thrillers that used to star Ashley Judd in the late 90s, the kind...read more

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week, Mystery

    How To Train Your Dragon 2 [PG] (2D)

    Sit! Fly! Breathe fire! Good dragon. Runtime: 102 mins

    11.30am

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Animation, This Week

    If I Stay [12a]

    After a car accident which kills her entire family, seventeen-year-old Mia has an out of body experience. Should she go with them, or wake up?

    2.00pm

    Cinema, This Week

    Let's Be Cops [15]

    Two friends are a hit when they go to a party dressed as cops but are truly tested when confronted by real crime. Runtime: 104 mins

    4.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Action, This Week

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in Sci-Fi badassery. Runtime: 89 mins

    7.00, 9.20pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Magic in the Moonlight [12A]

    Colin Firth, magician, is set to unmask fraudulent spiritualists, but romance intervenes. Directed by Woody Allen. Runtime: 97 mins

    1.30, 3.50, 6.10, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Magic, Romance, This Week

    Planes 2: Fire & Rescue [U] (2D)

    Dusty the cropduster retires from racing to join the fire and rescue unit. Runtime: 83 mins

    11.00am

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Animation, Transport, This Week, Sequel

    Sex Tape [15]

    Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel bare more than they bargained for.
    Subtitles: Sun 8.15pm Runtime: 94 mins

    3.30, 8.15pm

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (2D)

    Animated comedy in which a young boy raised by trolls underground must venture into the daylight to save his family
    Subtitles: Fri 3.40pm, Wed 1.20pm Runtime: 97 mins

    11.00am, 1.20, 3.40pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, This Week

    The Hundred-Foot Journey [PG]

    The Best Exotic French Restaurant, with Helen Mirren.
    Subtitles: Mon 6.30pm Runtime: 122 mins

    6.30pm

    Cinema, Food, French, Romance, This Week

    Riot Club [15]

    Noir comedy about a particularly destructive evening jaunt by a fictionalised Bullingdon Club. Runtime: 107 mins

    12.50, 3.20, 6.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Oxford University, Comedy, Noir, This Week

    Odeon Kids: Tarzan [PG] (2D)

    Motion-capture animation. Tarzan and Jane face an invading mercenary army. Runtime: 94 mins

    11.00am

    Nature, Cinema, Animation, Action, This Week

    Ultimate Picture Palace 01865 245288 — Saturday 20th September 2014 Hide

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in Sci-Fi badassery.
    Subtitles: Tue 6.30pm Runtime: 89 mins

    7.15pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, This Week

    The Rover [15]

    10 years after society has collapsed a loner (Guy Pearce) tracks down the gang who stole the only thing he cared about - his car. Runtime: 103 mins

    9.15pm

    Cinema, Crime, This Week

    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

    4.00pm

    Cinema, This Week

    Phoenix Picturehouse 0871 902 5736 (10p/min from landline) — Saturday 20th September 2014 Hide

    20, 000 Days on Earth [15]

    Semi-fictionalised music documentary celebrating Nick Cave's 20, 000th day of life. Runtime: 97 mins

    12.00, 2.30, 5.00, 7.30, 10.00pm

    Cinema, Music, Documentary, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher. Runtime: 120 mins

    1.20, 6.55pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    4.10, 9.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    Kids' Club: Tarzan [PG] (2D)

    Motion-capture animation. Tarzan and Jane face an invading mercenary army. For parents and their children; no unaccompanied adults. Runtime: 94 mins

    11.00am

    Nature, Cinema, Animation, Action, This Week

    Vue Cinema 08712 240 240 (10p per min from BT) — Saturday 20th September 2014 Hide

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    8.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    A Walk Among The Tombstones [15]

    Liam Neeson is shady ex-cop tracking down kidnappers for drug tsar. Sound familiar? Runtime: 114 mins

    11.45am, 2.30, 5.15, 8.00, 10.45pm

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (3D)

    Animated comedy about a boy raised by underground trolls. Runtime: 97 mins

    10.00am, 3.10pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, This Week

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (2D)

    Animated comedy about a boy raised by underground trolls. Runtime: 97 mins

    11.00am, 1.30, 4.00, 6.30pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, This Week

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (2D)

    Marvel's band of galactic misfits. Runtime: 121 mins

    12.20, 5.30pm

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, This Week

    How To Train Your Dragon 2 [PG] (2D)

    Play dead! Good dragon. Runtime: 102 mins

    12.40pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Animation, This Week

    KIDS AM: Wreck-it Ralph [PG]

    Wrecking ball Ralph wreaks havoc in gamespace.

    10.30am

    Don’t trust the trailer. Or the poster. Wreck-It Ralph looks like a wrecking ball of a movie, fun for bang-crash kids but...read more

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Animation, Games, This Week

    The Inbetweeners Movie 2 [15]

    Antipodean man-child mayhem. Runtime: 96 mins

    11.10am, 1.30, 11.15pm

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week, Sequel

    The Giver [12A]

    A boy from a perfect community is apprenticed to The Giver (Jeff Bridges) to learn about the pain and pleasure of the Real World. Runtime: 97 mins

    9.50am, 12.10, 2.40, 5.10, 7.40, 10.10pm

    Cinema, Books, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Sex Tape [15]

    Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel bare more than they bargained for. Runtime: 94 mins

    3.30, 6.00, 8.30, 11.00pm

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week

    KIDS AM: Pudsey the Dog [U]

    A London stray dog latches on to a family moving to the country. He stumbles on an evil plan and must act to save everyone. Runtime: 127 mins

    10.00am

    Cinema, Animation, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher. Runtime: 120 mins

    11.45am, 2.30, 5.15, 8.00, 10.45pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    Riot Club [15]

    Noir comedy about a particularly destructive evening jaunt by a fictionalised Bullingdon Club. Runtime: 107 mins

    1.00, 3.45, 6.30, 9.15pm

    Cinema, Oxford University, Comedy, Noir, This Week

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in sci-fi badassery. Runtime: 89 mins

    9.00, 11.15pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Magic in the Moonlight [12A]

    Colin Firth, magician, is set to unmask fraudulent spiritualists, but romance intervenes. Directed by Woody Allen.
    Subtitles: Tue 7.15pm Runtime: 97 mins

    10.15am, 12.45, 3.15, 5.45, 8.15, 10.45pm

    Cinema, Magic, Romance, This Week

    Khoobsurat [PG]

    Disney Bollywood remake of The Princess Diaries.

    4.00, 9.15, 10.30pm

    Cinema, Bollywood, This Week

    Oxford Hub 01865 264159 — Saturday 20th September 2014 Hide

    Free Film Screening - Sunset Over Selungo Film Launch Sunset Over Selungo

    First UK screening of new documentary about the Penan tribe and rainforest of Borneo.

    19:00 Free

    Eco, Nature, Cinema, Lectures, This Week

    ArtSaturday 20th September 2014 Hide

    Stuart Brisley-
State of Denmark Modern Art Oxford

    A survey of recent works by a seminal British artist.

    Tues-Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 12-5pm, Monday closed. Free

    Modern Art Oxford, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1BP, Tues-Sat: 11am-6pm. Sun: 12-5pm. Closed Monday

    www.modernartoxford.org.uk/whats-on/ Email Me

    Show all dates/times

    Cinema, Exhibition, Lectures, Art, This Week

    Sunday 21st September 2014 Hide

    CinemaSunday 21st September 2014 Hide

    Unlocked - Oxford Castle 01865 260666 — Sunday 21st September 2014 Hide

    The Princess Bride [PG]

    Charming fairy story starring Peter Falk and the kid from The Wonder Years. Outdoor cinema.

    7.30pm 12.50 cushions, 14.50 bean bags

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Magic, This Week

    Odeon Magdalen Street 0871 2244 007 — Sunday 21st September 2014 Hide

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (2D)

    Comic book vigilante space-heroes. Runtime: 121 mins

    21.15, 3.00pm

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher.
    Subtitles: Tue 8.30pm Runtime: 120 mins

    5.45, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    The Giver [12A]

    A boy from a perfect community is apprenticed to The Giver (Jeff Bridges) to learn about the pain and pleasure of the Real World. Based on Lois Lowry's beloved YA book. Runtime: 97 mins

    1.40, 4.00, 6.30, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Odeon George Street 0871 2244 007 — Sunday 21st September 2014 Hide

    A Walk Among The Tombstones [15]

    Liam Neeson is shady ex-cop tracking down kidnappers for drug tsar. Sound familiar? Runtime: 114 mins

    1.00, 3.40, 6.20, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    9.15pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    Before I Go to Sleep [15]

    Amnesiac Nicole Kidman and husband Colin Firth face unpalatable truths as her memory returns with the help of her doctor, Mark Strong Runtime: 92 mins

    1.10, 5.45pm

    This is a throwback to the type of 'woman in peril' thrillers that used to star Ashley Judd in the late 90s, the kind...read more

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week, Mystery

    How To Train Your Dragon 2 [PG] (2D)

    Sit! Fly! Breathe fire! Good dragon. Runtime: 102 mins

    11.30am

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Animation, This Week

    If I Stay [12a]

    After a car accident which kills her entire family, seventeen-year-old Mia has an out of body experience. Should she go with them, or wake up?

    2.00pm

    Cinema, This Week

    Let's Be Cops [15]

    Two friends are a hit when they go to a party dressed as cops but are truly tested when confronted by real crime. Runtime: 104 mins

    4.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Action, This Week

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in Sci-Fi badassery. Runtime: 89 mins

    7.00, 9.20pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Magic in the Moonlight [12A]

    Colin Firth, magician, is set to unmask fraudulent spiritualists, but romance intervenes. Directed by Woody Allen. Runtime: 97 mins

    1.30, 3.50, 6.10, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Magic, Romance, This Week

    Planes 2: Fire & Rescue [U] (2D)

    Dusty the cropduster retires from racing to join the fire and rescue unit. Runtime: 83 mins

    11.00am

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Animation, Transport, This Week, Sequel

    Sex Tape [15]

    Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel bare more than they bargained for.
    Subtitles: Sun 8.15pm Runtime: 94 mins

    3.30, 8.15pm

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (2D)

    Animated comedy in which a young boy raised by trolls underground must venture into the daylight to save his family
    Subtitles: Fri 3.40pm, Wed 1.20pm Runtime: 97 mins

    11.00am, 1.20, 3.40pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, This Week

    The Hundred-Foot Journey [PG]

    The Best Exotic French Restaurant, with Helen Mirren.
    Subtitles: Mon 6.30pm Runtime: 122 mins

    6.30pm

    Cinema, Food, French, Romance, This Week

    Riot Club [15]

    Noir comedy about a particularly destructive evening jaunt by a fictionalised Bullingdon Club. Runtime: 107 mins

    12.50, 3.20, 6.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Oxford University, Comedy, Noir, This Week

    Odeon Kids: Tarzan [PG] (2D)

    Motion-capture animation. Tarzan and Jane face an invading mercenary army. Runtime: 94 mins

    11.00am

    Nature, Cinema, Animation, Action, This Week

    Ultimate Picture Palace 01865 245288 — Sunday 21st September 2014 Hide

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in Sci-Fi badassery.
    Subtitles: Tue 6.30pm Runtime: 89 mins

    8.45pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, This Week

    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

    5.30pm

    Cinema, This Week

    The Garden of the Finzi-Contini [12A]

    Set in 1930s Italy. A rich Jewish family believe their garden wall will keep out anti-Semitism and the approach of war. Italian with subtitles. (Made 1970.) Runtime: 94 mins

    3.30pm

    Cinema, Foreign Language, Vintage, Italian, This Week, Politics, Religion, War

    Phoenix Picturehouse 0871 902 5736 (10p/min from landline) — Sunday 21st September 2014 Hide

    20, 000 Days on Earth [15]

    Semi-fictionalised music documentary celebrating Nick Cave's 20, 000th day of life. Runtime: 97 mins

    4.20, 6.40, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Music, Documentary, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher. Runtime: 120 mins

    12.00, 8.15pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    2.45, 5.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    To Catch A Thief [PG]

    Cary Grant, retired jewel thief, must take to the rooftops again to prove his innocence and win Grace Kelly. Hitchcock lite. Runtime: 106 mins

    2.00pm

    Cinema, Vintage, This Week

    Autism Friendly Screening: Moomin and Midsummer Madness [U]

    Rerelease in celebration of the centenary of Tove Jansson's birth. For people on the autistic spectrum and their carers.

    11.00am

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Animation, This Week

    Vue Cinema 08712 240 240 (10p per min from BT) — Sunday 21st September 2014 Hide

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    8.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    A Walk Among The Tombstones [15]

    Liam Neeson is shady ex-cop tracking down kidnappers for drug tsar. Sound familiar? Runtime: 114 mins

    11.15am, 2.30, 5.15, 8.00, 10.45pm

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (3D)

    Animated comedy about a boy raised by underground trolls. Runtime: 97 mins

    10.00am, 3.10pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, This Week

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (2D)

    Animated comedy about a boy raised by underground trolls. Runtime: 97 mins

    11.00am, 1.30, 4.00, 6.30pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, This Week

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (2D)

    Marvel's band of galactic misfits. Runtime: 121 mins

    12.20, 5.30pm

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, This Week

    How To Train Your Dragon 2 [PG] (2D)

    Play dead! Good dragon. Runtime: 102 mins

    12.40pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Animation, This Week

    KIDS AM: Wreck-it Ralph [PG]

    Wrecking ball Ralph wreaks havoc in gamespace.

    10.30am

    Don’t trust the trailer. Or the poster. Wreck-It Ralph looks like a wrecking ball of a movie, fun for bang-crash kids but...read more

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Animation, Games, This Week

    The Inbetweeners Movie 2 [15]

    Antipodean man-child mayhem. Runtime: 96 mins

    11.10am, 1.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week, Sequel

    The Giver [12A]

    A boy from a perfect community is apprenticed to The Giver (Jeff Bridges) to learn about the pain and pleasure of the Real World. Runtime: 97 mins

    11.30am, 2.00, 4.30, 7.00, 9.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Sex Tape [15]

    Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel bare more than they bargained for. Runtime: 94 mins

    3.30, 6.00, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week

    KIDS AM: Pudsey the Dog [U]

    A London stray dog latches on to a family moving to the country. He stumbles on an evil plan and must act to save everyone. Runtime: 127 mins

    10.00am

    Cinema, Animation, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher. Runtime: 120 mins

    12.30, 3.15, 6.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    Riot Club [15]

    Noir comedy about a particularly destructive evening jaunt by a fictionalised Bullingdon Club. Runtime: 107 mins

    1.00, 3.45, 6.30, 9.15pm

    Cinema, Oxford University, Comedy, Noir, This Week

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in sci-fi badassery. Runtime: 89 mins

    9.00pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Magic in the Moonlight [12A]

    Colin Firth, magician, is set to unmask fraudulent spiritualists, but romance intervenes. Directed by Woody Allen.
    Subtitles: Tue 7.15pm Runtime: 97 mins

    11.45am, 2.15, 4.45, 7.15, 9.40pm

    Cinema, Magic, Romance, This Week

    Khoobsurat [PG]

    Disney Bollywood remake of The Princess Diaries.

    4.00, 7.15pm

    Cinema, Bollywood, This Week

    What We Did On Our Holiday [12A]

    Family comedy drama from the creators of Outnumbered. Starring David Tennant, Rosamund Pike and Billy Connolly. Runtime: 95 mins

    10.30am

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week

    ArtSunday 21st September 2014 Hide

    Stuart Brisley-
State of Denmark Modern Art Oxford

    A survey of recent works by a seminal British artist.

    Tues-Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 12-5pm, Monday closed. Free

    Modern Art Oxford, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1BP, Tues-Sat: 11am-6pm. Sun: 12-5pm. Closed Monday

    www.modernartoxford.org.uk/whats-on/ Email Me

    Show all dates/times

    Cinema, Exhibition, Lectures, Art, This Week

    Monday 22nd September 2014 Hide

    CinemaMonday 22nd September 2014 Hide

    Oxford Town Hall 01865 252195; Box office 01865 252351 — Monday 22nd September 2014 Hide

    Tony Benn: Will and Testament

    Special screening of feature-length documentary on the longest-serving Labour MP in history. Followed by panel discussion and audience Q&A with special guests.

    7.30pm 13.90 (8.60)

    Cinema, Documentary, This Week, Politics

    Odeon Magdalen Street 0871 2244 007 — Monday 22nd September 2014 Hide

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (2D)

    Comic book vigilante space-heroes. Runtime: 121 mins

    3.00pm

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher.
    Subtitles: Tue 8.30pm Runtime: 120 mins

    5.45, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    The Giver [12A]

    A boy from a perfect community is apprenticed to The Giver (Jeff Bridges) to learn about the pain and pleasure of the Real World. Based on Lois Lowry's beloved YA book. Runtime: 97 mins

    1.40, 4.00, 6.30, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Odeon George Street 0871 2244 007 — Monday 22nd September 2014 Hide

    A Walk Among The Tombstones [15]

    Liam Neeson is shady ex-cop tracking down kidnappers for drug tsar. Sound familiar? Runtime: 114 mins

    1.00, 3.40, 6.20, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    9.15pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    Before I Go to Sleep [15]

    Amnesiac Nicole Kidman and husband Colin Firth face unpalatable truths as her memory returns with the help of her doctor, Mark Strong Runtime: 92 mins

    1.10, 5.45pm

    This is a throwback to the type of 'woman in peril' thrillers that used to star Ashley Judd in the late 90s, the kind...read more

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week, Mystery

    If I Stay [12a]

    After a car accident which kills her entire family, seventeen-year-old Mia has an out of body experience. Should she go with them, or wake up?

    2.00pm

    Cinema, This Week

    Let's Be Cops [15]

    Two friends are a hit when they go to a party dressed as cops but are truly tested when confronted by real crime. Runtime: 104 mins

    4.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Action, This Week

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in Sci-Fi badassery. Runtime: 89 mins

    7.00, 9.20pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Magic in the Moonlight [12A]

    Colin Firth, magician, is set to unmask fraudulent spiritualists, but romance intervenes. Directed by Woody Allen. Runtime: 97 mins

    1.30, 3.50, 6.10, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Magic, Romance, This Week

    Sex Tape [15]

    Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel bare more than they bargained for.
    Subtitles: Sun 8.15pm Runtime: 94 mins

    3.30, 8.15pm

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (2D)

    Animated comedy in which a young boy raised by trolls underground must venture into the daylight to save his family
    Subtitles: Fri 3.40pm, Wed 1.20pm Runtime: 97 mins

    1.20, 3.40pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, This Week

    The Hundred-Foot Journey [PG]

    The Best Exotic French Restaurant, with Helen Mirren.
    Subtitles: Mon 6.30pm Runtime: 122 mins

    6.30pm

    Cinema, Food, French, Romance, This Week

    Riot Club [15]

    Noir comedy about a particularly destructive evening jaunt by a fictionalised Bullingdon Club. Runtime: 107 mins

    12.50, 3.20, 6.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Oxford University, Comedy, Noir, This Week

    Ultimate Picture Palace 01865 245288 — Monday 22nd September 2014 Hide

    The Rover [15]

    10 years after society has collapsed a loner (Guy Pearce) tracks down the gang who stole the only thing he cared about - his car. Runtime: 103 mins

    9.00pm

    Cinema, Crime, This Week

    The Garden of the Finzi-Contini [12A]

    Set in 1930s Italy. A rich Jewish family believe their garden wall will keep out anti-Semitism and the approach of war. Italian with subtitles. (Made 1970.) Runtime: 94 mins

    7.00pm

    Cinema, Foreign Language, Vintage, Italian, This Week, Politics, Religion, War

    Phoenix Picturehouse 0871 902 5736 (10p/min from landline) — Monday 22nd September 2014 Hide

    20, 000 Days on Earth [15]

    Semi-fictionalised music documentary celebrating Nick Cave's 20, 000th day of life. Runtime: 97 mins

    1.00, 3.30, 6.30, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Music, Documentary, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher. Runtime: 120 mins

    12.00, 6.00pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    3.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    NT Live: Medea (Encore)

    Euripides' powerful tragedy, in a new version by Ben Power. Runtime: 105 mins

    8.00pm

    Cinema, Theatre, Greek, Tragedy, This Week

    Vue Cinema 08712 240 240 (10p per min from BT) — Monday 22nd September 2014 Hide

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    12.00, 3.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    A Walk Among The Tombstones [15]

    Liam Neeson is shady ex-cop tracking down kidnappers for drug tsar. Sound familiar? Runtime: 114 mins

    11.45am, 2.30, 4.45, 7.30pm

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week

    Before I Go to Sleep [15]

    Amnesiac Nicole Kidman and husband Colin Firth face unpalatable truths as her memory returns with the help of her doctor, Mark Strong. Runtime: 92 mins

    1.45pm

    This is a throwback to the type of 'woman in peril' thrillers that used to star Ashley Judd in the late 90s, the kind...read more

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week, Mystery

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (2D)

    Animated comedy about a boy raised by underground trolls. Runtime: 97 mins

    4.00, 6.30pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, This Week

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (2D)

    Marvel's band of galactic misfits. Runtime: 121 mins

    2.30, 5.30pm

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, This Week

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (3D)

    Marvel's band of galactic misfits. Runtime: 121 mins

    11.30am

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, This Week

    The Inbetweeners Movie 2 [15]

    Antipodean man-child mayhem. Runtime: 96 mins

    8.20pm

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week, Sequel

    The Hundred-Foot Journey [PG]

    The Best Exotic French Restaurant, with Helen Mirren. Runtime: 122 mins

    11.45am, 2.30pm

    Cinema, Food, French, Romance, This Week

    The Giver [12A]

    A boy from a perfect community is apprenticed to The Giver (Jeff Bridges) to learn about the pain and pleasure of the Real World. Runtime: 97 mins

    11.30am, 2.00, 4.30, 7.00, 9.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Sex Tape [15]

    Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel bare more than they bargained for. Runtime: 94 mins

    6.00, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher. Runtime: 120 mins

    12.30, 3.15, 6.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    Riot Club [15]

    Noir comedy about a particularly destructive evening jaunt by a fictionalised Bullingdon Club. Runtime: 107 mins

    12.15, 3.00, 5.45, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Oxford University, Comedy, Noir, This Week

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in sci-fi badassery. Runtime: 89 mins

    11.30am, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Magic in the Moonlight [12A]

    Colin Firth, magician, is set to unmask fraudulent spiritualists, but romance intervenes. Directed by Woody Allen.
    Subtitles: Tue 7.15pm Runtime: 97 mins

    11.45am, 2.15, 4.45, 7.15, 9.40pm

    Cinema, Magic, Romance, This Week

    Khoobsurat [PG]

    Disney Bollywood remake of The Princess Diaries.

    5.15, 8.15pm

    Cinema, Bollywood, This Week

    Tuesday 23rd September 2014 Hide

    CinemaTuesday 23rd September 2014 Hide

    Odeon Magdalen Street 0871 2244 007 — Tuesday 23rd September 2014 Hide

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (2D)

    Comic book vigilante space-heroes. Runtime: 121 mins

    3.00pm

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher.
    Subtitles: Tue 8.30pm Runtime: 120 mins

    5.45, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    The Giver [12A]

    A boy from a perfect community is apprenticed to The Giver (Jeff Bridges) to learn about the pain and pleasure of the Real World. Based on Lois Lowry's beloved YA book. Runtime: 97 mins

    1.40, 4.00, 6.30, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Odeon George Street 0871 2244 007 — Tuesday 23rd September 2014 Hide

    A Walk Among The Tombstones [15]

    Liam Neeson is shady ex-cop tracking down kidnappers for drug tsar. Sound familiar? Runtime: 114 mins

    1.00, 3.40, 6.20, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    9.15pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    Before I Go to Sleep [15]

    Amnesiac Nicole Kidman and husband Colin Firth face unpalatable truths as her memory returns with the help of her doctor, Mark Strong Runtime: 92 mins

    1.10, 5.45pm

    This is a throwback to the type of 'woman in peril' thrillers that used to star Ashley Judd in the late 90s, the kind...read more

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week, Mystery

    If I Stay [12a]

    After a car accident which kills her entire family, seventeen-year-old Mia has an out of body experience. Should she go with them, or wake up?

    2.00pm

    Cinema, This Week

    Let's Be Cops [15]

    Two friends are a hit when they go to a party dressed as cops but are truly tested when confronted by real crime. Runtime: 104 mins

    4.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Action, This Week

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in Sci-Fi badassery. Runtime: 89 mins

    7.00, 9.20pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Magic in the Moonlight [12A]

    Colin Firth, magician, is set to unmask fraudulent spiritualists, but romance intervenes. Directed by Woody Allen. Runtime: 97 mins

    1.30, 3.50, 6.10, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Magic, Romance, This Week

    Sex Tape [15]

    Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel bare more than they bargained for.
    Subtitles: Sun 8.15pm Runtime: 94 mins

    3.30, 8.15pm

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (2D)

    Animated comedy in which a young boy raised by trolls underground must venture into the daylight to save his family
    Subtitles: Fri 3.40pm, Wed 1.20pm Runtime: 97 mins

    1.20, 3.40pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, This Week

    The Hundred-Foot Journey [PG]

    The Best Exotic French Restaurant, with Helen Mirren.
    Subtitles: Mon 6.30pm Runtime: 122 mins

    6.30pm

    Cinema, Food, French, Romance, This Week

    Riot Club [15]

    Noir comedy about a particularly destructive evening jaunt by a fictionalised Bullingdon Club. Runtime: 107 mins

    12.50, 3.20, 6.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Oxford University, Comedy, Noir, This Week

    Ultimate Picture Palace 01865 245288 — Tuesday 23rd September 2014 Hide

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in Sci-Fi badassery.
    Subtitles: Tue 6.30pm Runtime: 89 mins

    6.30pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, This Week

    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

    8.30pm

    Cinema, This Week

    Phoenix Picturehouse 0871 902 5736 (10p/min from landline) — Tuesday 23rd September 2014 Hide

    20, 000 Days on Earth [15]

    Semi-fictionalised music documentary celebrating Nick Cave's 20, 000th day of life. Runtime: 97 mins

    3.30, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Music, Documentary, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher. Runtime: 120 mins

    12.00, 3.00pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    12.30, 6.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    Smart Ass [18]

    Students at Business School apply market principles to their sex lives. French with subs. Runtime: 86 mins

    8.45pm

    Cinema, Foreign Language, French, This Week

    Watermark [U]

    Stunning documentary by Baichwal and Burtynsky about man's relationship with water. Part of Oxford International Photography Festival. Runtime: 92 mins

    6.15pm

    Cinema, Photography, Art, Documentary, Weather, This Week

    Vue Cinema 08712 240 240 (10p per min from BT) — Tuesday 23rd September 2014 Hide

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    12.00, 3.00, 8.20pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    A Walk Among The Tombstones [15]

    Liam Neeson is shady ex-cop tracking down kidnappers for drug tsar. Sound familiar? Runtime: 114 mins

    11.45am, 2.30, 4.45, 7.30pm

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week

    Before I Go to Sleep [15]

    Amnesiac Nicole Kidman and husband Colin Firth face unpalatable truths as her memory returns with the help of her doctor, Mark Strong. Runtime: 92 mins

    1.45pm

    This is a throwback to the type of 'woman in peril' thrillers that used to star Ashley Judd in the late 90s, the kind...read more

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week, Mystery

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (2D)

    Animated comedy about a boy raised by underground trolls. Runtime: 97 mins

    4.00, 6.30pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, This Week

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (2D)

    Marvel's band of galactic misfits. Runtime: 121 mins

    2.30, 5.30pm

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, This Week

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (3D)

    Marvel's band of galactic misfits. Runtime: 121 mins

    11.30am

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, This Week

    The Hundred-Foot Journey [PG]

    The Best Exotic French Restaurant, with Helen Mirren. Runtime: 122 mins

    1.30pm

    Cinema, Food, French, Romance, This Week

    The Giver [12A]

    A boy from a perfect community is apprenticed to The Giver (Jeff Bridges) to learn about the pain and pleasure of the Real World. Runtime: 97 mins

    11.30am, 2.00, 4.30, 7.00, 9.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Sex Tape [15]

    Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel bare more than they bargained for. Runtime: 94 mins

    6.00, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher. Runtime: 120 mins

    12.30, 3.15, 6.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    Seniors: Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie [15]

    Cinematic Marmite. Runtime: 94 mins

    11.00am

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week

    Riot Club [15]

    Noir comedy about a particularly destructive evening jaunt by a fictionalised Bullingdon Club. Runtime: 107 mins

    12.15, 3.00, 5.45, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Oxford University, Comedy, Noir, This Week

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in sci-fi badassery. Runtime: 89 mins

    11.30am, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Magic in the Moonlight [12A]

    Colin Firth, magician, is set to unmask fraudulent spiritualists, but romance intervenes. Directed by Woody Allen.
    Subtitles: Tue 7.15pm Runtime: 97 mins

    11.45am, 2.15, 4.45, 7.15, 9.40pm

    Cinema, Magic, Romance, This Week

    Khoobsurat [PG]

    Disney Bollywood remake of The Princess Diaries.

    4.30, 7.45pm

    Cinema, Bollywood, This Week

    ArtTuesday 23rd September 2014 Hide

    Stuart Brisley-
State of Denmark Modern Art Oxford

    A survey of recent works by a seminal British artist.

    Tues-Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 12-5pm, Monday closed. Free

    Modern Art Oxford, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1BP, Tues-Sat: 11am-6pm. Sun: 12-5pm. Closed Monday

    www.modernartoxford.org.uk/whats-on/ Email Me

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    Cinema, Exhibition, Lectures, Art, This Week

    Wednesday 24th September 2014 Hide

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    Odeon Magdalen Street 0871 2244 007 — Wednesday 24th September 2014 Hide

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (2D)

    Comic book vigilante space-heroes. Runtime: 121 mins

    3.00pm

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher.
    Subtitles: Tue 8.30pm Runtime: 120 mins

    5.45, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    The Giver [12A]

    A boy from a perfect community is apprenticed to The Giver (Jeff Bridges) to learn about the pain and pleasure of the Real World. Based on Lois Lowry's beloved YA book. Runtime: 97 mins

    1.40, 4.00, 6.30, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Odeon George Street 0871 2244 007 — Wednesday 24th September 2014 Hide

    A Walk Among The Tombstones [15]

    Liam Neeson is shady ex-cop tracking down kidnappers for drug tsar. Sound familiar? Runtime: 114 mins

    1.00, 3.40, 6.20, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    9.15pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    Before I Go to Sleep [15]

    Amnesiac Nicole Kidman and husband Colin Firth face unpalatable truths as her memory returns with the help of her doctor, Mark Strong Runtime: 92 mins

    1.10, 5.45pm

    This is a throwback to the type of 'woman in peril' thrillers that used to star Ashley Judd in the late 90s, the kind...read more

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week, Mystery

    If I Stay [12a]

    After a car accident which kills her entire family, seventeen-year-old Mia has an out of body experience. Should she go with them, or wake up?

    2.00pm

    Cinema, This Week

    Let's Be Cops [15]

    Two friends are a hit when they go to a party dressed as cops but are truly tested when confronted by real crime. Runtime: 104 mins

    4.30pm

    Cinema, Comedy, Action, This Week

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in Sci-Fi badassery. Runtime: 89 mins

    7.00, 9.20pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Magic in the Moonlight [12A]

    Colin Firth, magician, is set to unmask fraudulent spiritualists, but romance intervenes. Directed by Woody Allen. Runtime: 97 mins

    1.30, 3.50, 6.10, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Magic, Romance, This Week

    Sex Tape [15]

    Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel bare more than they bargained for.
    Subtitles: Sun 8.15pm Runtime: 94 mins

    3.30, 8.15pm

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (2D)

    Animated comedy in which a young boy raised by trolls underground must venture into the daylight to save his family
    Subtitles: Fri 3.40pm, Wed 1.20pm Runtime: 97 mins

    1.20, 3.40pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, This Week

    The Hundred-Foot Journey [PG]

    The Best Exotic French Restaurant, with Helen Mirren.
    Subtitles: Mon 6.30pm Runtime: 122 mins

    6.30pm

    Cinema, Food, French, Romance, This Week

    Riot Club [15]

    Noir comedy about a particularly destructive evening jaunt by a fictionalised Bullingdon Club. Runtime: 107 mins

    12.50, 3.20, 6.00, 8.45pm

    Cinema, Oxford University, Comedy, Noir, This Week

    Senior Screen: Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie [15]

    Brendan O'Carroll's sitcom moves onto the big screen. Mrs Brown fights to save her market stall. Runtime: 94 mins

    10.45am

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week

    Ultimate Picture Palace 01865 245288 — Wednesday 24th September 2014 Hide

    The Rover [15]

    10 years after society has collapsed a loner (Guy Pearce) tracks down the gang who stole the only thing he cared about - his car. Runtime: 103 mins

    9.15pm

    Cinema, Crime, This Week

    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

    6.00pm

    Cinema, This Week

    Phoenix Picturehouse 0871 902 5736 (10p/min from landline) — Wednesday 24th September 2014 Hide

    20, 000 Days on Earth [15]

    Semi-fictionalised music documentary celebrating Nick Cave's 20, 000th day of life. Runtime: 97 mins

    6.00, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Music, Documentary, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher. Runtime: 120 mins

    12.00, 2.00, 5.00pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    2.45, 8.00pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    Big Scream: 20, 000 Days on Earth [15]

    Semi-fictionalised music documentary celebrating Nick Cave's 20, 000th day of life. For parents with children under 1. Runtime: 97 mins

    11.30am

    Cinema, Music, Documentary, This Week

    Vue Cinema 08712 240 240 (10p per min from BT) — Wednesday 24th September 2014 Hide

    A Most Wanted Man [15]

    John Le Carré spy thriller with Philip Seymour Hoffman. The US and UK have different ideas about informant networks in post-9/11 Germany. Runtime: 122 mins

    12.00, 3.00, 8.30pm

    Cinema, Books, Thriller, This Week

    A Walk Among The Tombstones [15]

    Liam Neeson is shady ex-cop tracking down kidnappers for drug tsar. Sound familiar? Runtime: 114 mins

    1.00, 3.40, 6.20, 9.00pm

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week

    Before I Go to Sleep [15]

    Amnesiac Nicole Kidman and husband Colin Firth face unpalatable truths as her memory returns with the help of her doctor, Mark Strong. Runtime: 92 mins

    1.45pm

    This is a throwback to the type of 'woman in peril' thrillers that used to star Ashley Judd in the late 90s, the kind...read more

    Cinema, Thriller, This Week, Mystery

    The Boxtrolls [PG] (2D)

    Animated comedy about a boy raised by underground trolls. Runtime: 97 mins

    4.00, 6.30pm

    Cinema, Family Friendly, Comedy, Animation, Fantasy, This Week

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (2D)

    Marvel's band of galactic misfits. Runtime: 121 mins

    2.20, 5.30pm

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, This Week

    Guardians of the Galaxy [12A] (3D)

    Marvel's band of galactic misfits. Runtime: 121 mins

    11.40am

    Cinema, Action, Fantasy, This Week

    The Inbetweeners Movie 2 [15]

    Antipodean man-child mayhem. Runtime: 96 mins

    11.15pm

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week, Sequel

    The Hundred-Foot Journey [PG]

    The Best Exotic French Restaurant, with Helen Mirren. Runtime: 122 mins

    1.00pm

    Cinema, Food, French, Romance, This Week

    The Giver [12A]

    A boy from a perfect community is apprenticed to The Giver (Jeff Bridges) to learn about the pain and pleasure of the Real World. Runtime: 97 mins

    12.10, 2.40, 5.10, 7.40, 10.10pm

    Cinema, Books, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Sex Tape [15]

    Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel bare more than they bargained for. Runtime: 94 mins

    6.00, 8.30, 11.00pm

    Cinema, Comedy, This Week

    Pride [15]

    Feel-good British drama of the summer, with an all-star cast. Welsh miners join forces with London gay and lesbian activists to thwart Thatcher. Runtime: 120 mins

    11.45am, 2.30, 5.15, 8.00, 10.45pm

    Cinema, Comedy, LGBTQ, Women's Issues, This Week, History, Politics

    Riot Club [15]

    Noir comedy about a particularly destructive evening jaunt by a fictionalised Bullingdon Club. Runtime: 107 mins

    12.30, 3.15, 6.00, 8.45, 11.20pm

    Cinema, Oxford University, Comedy, Noir, This Week

    Lucy [15]

    Drug mule turns super assassin. Scarlett Johansson in sci-fi badassery. Runtime: 89 mins

    11.30am, 9.00, 11.15pm

    Cinema, Action, Sci-Fi, This Week

    Magic in the Moonlight [12A]

    Colin Firth, magician, is set to unmask fraudulent spiritualists, but romance intervenes. Directed by Woody Allen.
    Subtitles: Tue 7.15pm Runtime: 97 mins

    12.45, 3.15, 5.45, 8.15, 10.45pm

    Cinema, Magic, Romance, This Week

    Khoobsurat [PG]

    Disney Bollywood remake of The Princess Diaries.

    4.00, 9.15, 10.30pm

    Cinema, Bollywood, This Week

    Our Lady's Abingdon Senior School, Radley Road, Abingdon-on-Thames, OX14 3PS — Wednesday 24th September 2014 Hide

    Private Peaceful [12A] Our Lady's Abingdon

    Screening of the 2012 film adaptation of Michael Morpurgo's bestselling WWI drama.

    Doors open 5.30pm 3.00 (adult)/2.00 (child)

    Cinema, Family Friendly, This Week

    ArtWednesday 24th September 2014 Hide

    Stuart Brisley-
State of Denmark Modern Art Oxford

    A survey of recent works by a seminal British artist.

    Tues-Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 12-5pm, Monday closed. Free

    Modern Art Oxford, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1BP, Tues-Sat: 11am-6pm. Sun: 12-5pm. Closed Monday

    www.modernartoxford.org.uk/whats-on/ Email Me

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    Cinema, Exhibition, Lectures, Art, This Week