Their Finest Hour and A Half.Directed by Lone Sherfig

Their Finest. Directed by Lone Sherfig

It is London during the Blitz. Catrin, an untried screenwriter and a makeshift cast and crew make a film to uplift the nation’s flagging spirits and inspire America to join the war.

Witty, romantic and moving, it is based on Lissa Evans’ novel ‘Their Finest Hour and a Half’.

With Gemma Arterton, Bill Nighy and Sam Clafin.
Not all screenings may be showing at once on the right of this screen.
Our second week of screenings is as follows:
Friday 5th May 2.15pm, 5.35pm & 8.15pm
Saturday 6th May 2.15pm, 5.35pm & 8.15pm
Sunday 7th May 5.35pm & 8.15pm (subtitled)
Monday 8th May 2.15pm, 5.35pm & 8.15pm
Tuesday 9th May 2.15pm, 5.35pm & 8.15pm (subtitled)
Wednesday 10th May 2.15pm, 5.35pm & 8.15pm
Thursday 11th May 2.15pm
Audio description facility available for all screenings for this film.
HOH Subtitles on Sunday and Tuesday screenings

Tickets: £8.15 Concs: £6.65 (OAP/Disabled/Unemployed)
Under 25s and students: £4.50 all screenings
Sunday offer: £6.95 adults / £6.45 concs / £4.50 u25s and students

Midweek Matinée offer applies to Tuesdays and Wednesdays: £4.50 all tickets -donation box for tea & coffee

Friends of Light House: Members receive £1 off standard screenings (please note these cannot be used on Tues/Weds matinees)
Other matinee screenings are standard cinema prices.

Meerkat Movies: Compare the Market customers can claim 2 for 1 cinema tickets on Tuesdays or Wednesdays for a year with a qualifying product.

To book online, click on your preferred time in blue, shown on the right of this screen to be taken to our booking system.
Alternatively, for telephone bookings call the Box Office on 01902 716 055.


Grab a ‘Celebrating British Film’ passport from Box Office and have it stamped at this film to receive freebies when you support British films over this year.


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