Spider-Man: No Way Home


Following the events of Spider-Man: Far From Home, the world now knows that Peter Parker is Spider-Man. Despite his efforts to live a normal life, Peter realises it is negatively affecting those closest to him. To make things right, he asks Doctor Strange to use his magic to erase the revelation from everyone’s minds. But when the spell goes awry, it manifests the enemies of alternate Spider-Men from other universes, leaving Peter and friends to capture and contain them so they can send them home.

Featuring the who’s who of past Spider-Man villains, this superhero adventure is brimming with strong performances from its ensemble cast, and takes the time in between its twisting and flying action sequences to offer up a bit of heart and emotional weight to its story.

Contains flashing images that may effect those susceptible photosensitive epilepsy.

“crowd-pleasing in all the best possible ways” Empire

“brings the story of Spider-Man back to the theme which defined the original comics: the sacrifices, painful consequences and great responsibilities that come with great power.” ***** BBC

“the best movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in years, combining lots of web-slinging action, laugh-out-loud humor, truly powerful nostalgia and some deeply emotional moments into a tour de force of superhero cinema” Forbes

12A: moderate violence, threat

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Adults £9, Concessions £6.50

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