Anna Karenina (12A)
Dir: Joe Wright, UK/France, 2012, 130 mins
N.B. The 2pm screening on Fri 19 October is subtitled for the Hard of Hearing
Joe Wright (Atonement) directs a sumptuous production of Tolstoy’s magnificent novel, adapted for the screen by Tom Stoppard. Set in 19th century Russia, it recounts the tragedy of a fashionable woman who gives everything up for a passionate liaison, abandoning husband, son and social position.
Keira Knightley stars as Anna, Jude Law is Alexei Karenin, and Aaron Johnson (Nowhere Boy) is Count Vronsky.
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Online booking terminates 2 hrs before the event starts
|Fri 19 October||2pm||Matinee|
|Fri 19 October||7:30pm|
|Sat 20 October||7:30pm|
|Mon 22 October||2pm||Matinee|
|Mon 22 October||7:30pm|
|Wed 24 October||11am|
|Wed 24 October||7:30pm|
|Thu 25 October||7:30pm|