Dad's Army - Watch the Trailer
A perfect cast bring the much-loved Home Guard sitcom to the big screen. It's 1944 and WWII is nearly at an end when attention turns to Walmington-on-Sea, where a German spy is on the loose. Can the Home Guard avert disaster? The classic TV comedy that has delighted generations is brought to the big screen by the team behind Johnny English Reborn. It's brilliantly cast, with Toby Jones as Captain Mainwaring and Bill Nighy as Sergeant Wilson.
Deadpool - Watch the Trailer
Ryan Reynolds stars as Marvel's wisecracking badass superhero in the eighth X-Men movie. Returning to the role he first played in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Ryan Reynolds stars as mercenary Wade Wilson, who finds himself developing extraordinary regenerative powers after an experimental medical procedure goes wrong. Adopting the alter ego Deadpool, he sets out to hunt down the man responsible.
Spotlight - Watch the Trailer
SPOTLIGHT is a drama, based on real events, about a team of investigative journalists uncovering widespread historical child sexual abuse by priests in the Catholic Church.
Dirty Grandpa - Watch the Trailer
In a few days' time, corporate lawyer Jason Kelly (Zac Efron) will marry his boss's controlling daughter, Meredith (Julianne Hough). But Jason's recently bereaved grandfather Dick (Robert De Niro) then asks for a lift to Florida. How can the grieving old man be denied? When they hit the road together, Jason soon discovers a different side to his grandpa - a foul-mouthed, sex-crazed party animal, who's eager to make for lost time. Before long, they find themselves in Daytona Beach for a feast of outrageous partying, fighting and bonding. Giving hunky Zac Efron another excuse to whip off his shirt, this wild comedy from I Give It a Year director Dan Mazer provides the great Robert De Niro with a peach of a role as the world's most debauched and out-of-control senior citizen.
The Danish Girl - Watch the Trailer
THE DANISH GIRL is a period drama, based on the novel by David Ebershoff, about an early recipient of gender reassignment surgery in the early 1930s.
The Big Short - Watch the Trailer
An A-list cast star in a dark true-life satire about four outsiders who profit from the financial crash. In 2005, eccentric yet brilliant hedge fund manager Michael Burry (Christian Bale) spots signs of instability in the US housing market and works out how to make a fortune when the bubble bursts. This attracts the attention of amoral banker Jared Vennett (Ryan Gosling), who joins forces with self-loathing money manager Mark Baum (Steve Carell) to make a killing. Elsewhere, two rookie investors lure retired trader Ben Rickert (Brad Pitt) back into the game to guide them to untold riches. Adapted from Michael Lewis's non-fiction bestseller The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine, Anchorman director Adam McKay's scabrous black comedy reveals the astonishing true story of the cynical analysts who betted against the American economy. Brilliantly played and slickly edited, it tells a complex, potentially rather dry story in a hugely entertaining way.
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Kavanagh Cinema



     * William Street
    * Herne Bay
    * Kent
    * CT6 5NX

Information line 01227 365676
Booking Line 01227 360569


 

      Prices: 2D & 3D Films       * Full price - £6.50
    * Concessions - £5.50
    * BAY/ WHIT & Canterbury Residents Cards All seats - £4.00  For shows before 5.45pm Shows After 5.45pm £5.00 (1 ticket per card)
    * 3D GLASSES  £1.20  (WHICH YOU CAN RE-USE EVERYTIME YOU COME BACK TO US)

 11am Classic Film Club

    * Every Wednesday. All films start at 11am.
    * Tickets are £4 with free coffee
Children under 2 not admittedBIRTHDAY PARTIESSimply the best Children's Birthday Parties in Town!Party tickets must be booked in advance and include a movie ticket and kids party box containing popcorn,drink and chocolate barAll party guests are admitted for £6.50For 3D movies 3D glasses are required @ £1.20 per pair.Please call 01227 360569 to bookduring opening hours) or visit the ciChildrens party tickets are not available for shows after 5.45pm  GGGPrices

All seats - £4.00  For shows before 5.45pm. Shows From  5.45pm £5.00

        * BAY/ WHIT & Canterbury Residents Cards All seats  £3 from 6pm on Sunday to midnight on Monday (Not available Bank holiday weekends and for Special presentations 1 ticket per card)

           3D Glasses £1.20 if required (The glasses are yours to keep and reuse)

 

      11am Classic Film Club

    * Every Wednesday. All films start at 11am.
    * Tickets are £4 with free coffee

Children under 2 not admitted

 

MEERKAT MOVIES every Tuesday & Wednesday

 

BIRTHDAY PARTIES

Simply the best Children's Birthday Parties in Town!

Party tickets must be booked in advance and include a movie ticket and kids party box containing popcorn,drink and chocolate bar

All party guests are admitted for £6.50

Please call 01227 360569 to book during opening hours or visit the cinema

Childrens party tickets are not available for shows after 5.45pm 

Gift  Vouchersr
The Ideal Gift For Any Occasion available at the Box Office from £5.00

BOX OFFICE PAYMENT

For Box Office payment All Major Credit and Debit cards are accepted.

Private Hire:

    * Any of our auditoriums can be hired
    * Ideal for Company Meetings Conferences and AGMs
    * Special Birthday and Anniversary Celebrations
    * School screenings
    * For further information please telephone 01782 305111


CEA Card:

CEA Card which entitles the holder to one free ticket for their carer. For further information please visit www.ceacard.co.uk

DISABLED FACILITIES

The cinema is fully accessible for wheelchairs

An Induction Loop System has been provided to assist Hearing Aid users. Please Switch your Hearing Aid to the 'T' position  

 

Certificates:

  • U: It is impossible to predict what might upset any particular child. But a U film should be suitable for audiences aged four years and over.
  • PG: Parental Guidance - General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. Unaccompanied children of any age may watch.
  • 12A: Suitable for 12 years and over. No-one younger than 12 may see a 12A film in a cinema unless accompanied by an adult.
  • 15: Suitable only for 15 years and over. No-one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.
  • 18: Suitable only for 18 years and over. No-one younger than 18 may see a 18 film in a cinema.

For a more detailed explanation of film certificates please visit British Board of Film Classification

 

For information about why a film has been given a classification click here



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