Jojo Rabbit

In the latter stages of World War II, young Johannes ‘JoJo’ Betzler lives with his mother in Nazi Germany. A budding patriot, he is part of the Hitler Youth, and with his father off fighting the Allies, and his sister recently deceased, he keeps company by talking to his imaginary friend – a crude and childish interpretation Adolf Hitler. Despite his efforts to fit in, JoJo is clearly not a Nazi. When he discovers his mother is hiding a Jewish girl in their house, he begins to question the extreme ideology he’s dedicated his life to. This satirical black comedy will have you laughing out loud while also offering up a few shocking moments. But at its heart is a tale about how, even during the darkest of times, our humanity can shine through and triumph over evil. “You’ll laugh, you’ll cry – sometimes at the same time.” Rolling Stone Magazine “charming and funny” The Guardian “Taika Waititi’s new film mixes farce, fantasy and drama in a Nazi-era coming-of-age story.” The New York Times 12A: Discrimination, violence, bloody images, sex references, strong language

All seating is unreserved. If there is a particular area of the auditorium that you like to sit in, then please arrive in good time.

If you are a wheelchair user, please book directly with us by emailing at least 24 hours before the scheduled start time.

Please note that we offer refunds only if we are forced to cancel a screening – perhaps due to very bad weather or a mechanical problem. If you book tickets, and then fall ill, we will not offer a refund and recommend that you pass your tickets on to friends or family.

Adults £9, Concessions £6.50

Concessions are available for: 15-and-under, 16 to 25, Students, 60 and over, Disabled and Claimants.

All under 14 year olds must be accompanied by a parent or 21+ year old guardian at screenings starting after 8:00pm.

Any remaining tickets not sold online are made available on the door 30 mins prior to performance, on a first come first served basis.

You can read our full Terms & Conditions here.