Cinema lovers are in for a treat as Gainsborough’s Trinity Arts Centre is gearing up for a month of movie magic in May.
With everything from kids’ films to comedy and from Die Hard to the The Dambusters - they’ll be screening something for everyone.
Kicking off on Wednesday 1st May at 7.30pm, they’ll be showing Quentin Tarantino’s multi-award-winning Django Unchained - starring Jamie Foxx, Samuel L Jackson and Leonardo Dicaprio.
When Django, a black slave turned bountyhunter, rescues his wife from a sadistic plantation owner all hell breaks loose in this controversial and knowingly stylish Western.
Then, another all-star cast joins Song for Marion on Saturday 4th May at 7.30pm. Grumpy pensioner Arthur honours his wife’s passion for performing by joining the unconventional local choir to which she used to belong, a process that also helps him build bridges with his estranged son.
Anthony Hopkins plays the title role in Hitchcock on Friday 10th May at 7.30pm - telling the true story of the master director’s journey to make the classic film Psycho in 1960.
Kids are in for a treat on Saturday 11th May at 2pm with animated fun as Wreck-It Ralph plays the villain in a video game but aches to be the Good Guy. But when the opportunity comes to show off his better side a comic catastrophe is the result.
Then, take a journey back in time on Friday 17th May at 7.30pm for a special showing of Dambusters to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the daring raid.
On Friday 24th May, Zero Dark Thirty is Kathryn Bigelow’s much debated follow-up to her Oscar-winning Hurt Locker - reprising the theme of America’s war on terror via the real life assassination of Osama bin Laden in 2011.
Ending the month on a high-octane high, Trinity will be showing John McClane is back in this fifth Die Hard film and the action is fiercer and faster than ever on Friday 31st May on 7.30pm.
All tickets are £4-£5.
For bookings and information call 01427 676655.