PRIDE

The government have advised that, whilst stopping short of forcing theatres and cinemas to close, people should stay away, and so Storyhouse will be temporarily closed from Tuesday 17 March. We are not yet sure how long this will be for, but this does affect a number of events, shows and screenings.

This film is no longer planned to go ahead, and we are working to see if we can find an alternative date. We will be in touch with all bookers as quickly as we can with more information.
If you have not heard from us by midnight on Friday 20 March, please click here.

We are humbled by the support of our staff, volunteers and wider community and thank you for your patience as we work through each event and contact all customers. There is no need to get in touch with us.

Remember to stay safe and look after each other.

 

Book for one or for both!

Pride (15) – 1pm
Directed by: Matthew Warchus
Starring: Ben Schnetzer, George McKay, Joe Gilgun, Faye Marsay, Dominic West, Andrew Scott, Freddie Fox, Paddy Considine, Bill Nighy, Imelda Staunton

Pride tells the inspiring true story about a group of LGBT activists who join forces with striking miners in South Wales during Thatcher’s Britain.

Released: 2014
Duration: 120 mins

The film screening will be followed by a Q&A with Mike Jackson, secretary of the LGSM group whose story is featured in the film.

 

Rafiki (12A) – 3.45 pm
Directed by: Wanuri Kahiu
Starring: Samantha Mugatsia, Sheila Munyiva, Neville Musati

Kena and Ziki live in a conservative society in Kenya, where gossip is rife, but they long for something more. When romance blossoms between them, they must choose between happiness and conformity. Banned in its own country, Rafiki is a coming of age tale and a LGBT romance.

Released: 2019
Duration: 82 mins

 

Time details

Pride - 1pm
Rafiki - 3.45pm

Languages:

English

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