Classic Film Cinema Events


Avatar - At Vue Now

Avatar takes us to a spectacular new world beyond our imagination, where a reluctant hero embarks on a journey of redemption and discovery, as he leads a heroic battle to save a civilisation.

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Hocus Pocus - At Vue Now

You're in for a devil of a time when three outlandishly wild witches - Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy - return from 17th century Salem after they are accidentally conjured up by some unsuspecting pranksters!

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Dracula - At Vue 8 October

The centuries old vampire Count Dracula comes to England to seduce his barrister Jonathan Harker's fiancée Mina Murray and inflict havoc in the foreign land.

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The Lost Boys - At Vue 14 October

Sleep all day. Party all night. Never grow old. Never die. It's fun to be a vampire.

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Poltergeist - At Vue 21 October

"They're Baaaack!" A typical family in a quiet suburb of a normal California faces a frightening ordeal when its home is invaded by a Poltergeist.

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Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets - At Vue 28 October

An ancient prophecy seems to be coming true when a mysterious presence begins stalking the corridors of Hogwarts leaving its victims paralysed.

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Paranorman - At Vue 28 October

A misunderstood boy who can speak with the dead, takes on ghosts, zombies and grown-ups to save his town from a centuries-old curse.

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The Thing - At Vue 28 October

Scientists in the Antarctic are confronted by a shape-shifting alien that assumes the appearance of the people that it kills.

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They’re some of the most influential and best-loved films, but many of us didn’t get to experience them as they were meant to be seen. Some of us know them only as chewed up VHS tapes; the luckiest of us are yet to discover them.

We screen a host of classic films at Vue, and in the dark of the theatre, you can transport yourself back to when they were originally released. Imagine being at the very first Alien screening in 1979 and suddenly getting hit with the scene where the parasite eats itself out of Kane’s ribcage; or at a 1985 screening of The Breakfast Club, at the moment when Molly Ringwald kisses Judd Nelson on the school steps and Simple Minds swells on the soundtrack – or in a cinema in 1967, and hearing Dustin Hoffman’s now iconic line, "Mrs Robinson, you're trying to seduce me."

Shown at their original size and splendour, you’ll wonder at era-defining scenes and jaw-dropping shots, just like those original audiences.