Cinema

Sunday, June 17, 1pm.


LOHENGRIN – SEMPEROPER DRESDEN, CHICHESTER CINEMA AT NEW PARK, PO19 7XY.

Starring in their premiere Wagnerian roles, Anna Netrebko (as Elsa) and Piotr Beczała (as the Grail Knight) perform alongside the outstanding Staatskapelle Dresden led by the baton of Christian Thielemann. Met with standing ovations from audiences and an equally warm acclaim from critics: Tickets £17.50. Disabled access.

 

Monday, June 18, 3pm.

PATHS OF GLORY, CHICHESTER CINEMA AT NEW PARK, NEW PARK ROAD, CHICHESTER, PO19 7XY.

Stanley Kubrick’s 1957 classic World War One drama, starring Kirk Douglas as Colonel Dax, commanding officer of French soldiers who refuse to continue a suicidal attack. Beautifully photographed, realistic and emotionally draining. Screened as part of a four-film Spiritual Cinema season, each introduced by Anthony Cane, Chancellor of Chichester Cathedral. Tickets £8.50; students £5.50; children £3.50. Disabled access.

 

Wednesday, June 20, 6.30pm.


BERLIN PHILHARMONIC LIVE – SIR SIMON RATTLE’S FAREWELL CONCERT, CHICHESTER CINEMA AT NEW PARK, PO19 7XY.

Sir Simon Rattle’s Farewell Concert will be broadcast live to New Park, with interviews and programme insights featured as part of this historic event. On November 14 1987, a promising conductor called Simon Rattle made his Berliner Philharmoniker debut with Gustav Mahler’s Sixth Symphony. Tickets £15. Disabled access.

 

Sunday, June 24, 2.30pm.


BILLY BUDD – OPERA ROMA, CHICHESTER CINEMA AT NEW PARK, PO19 7XY.

A gripping drama based on the short novel by Herman Melville. Billy Budd follows a young sailor who finds himself serving under the repressive regime of master-at-arms John Claggart in the Royal Navy. Britten’s gripping contemporary opera was first performed at the Royal Opera House on 1951. Tickets £17.50. Disabled access.

 

Monday, June 25, 3pm.

JOYEUX NOEL, CHICHESTER CINEMA AT NEW PARK, NEW PARK ROAD, CHICHESTER, PO19 7XY.

With Scottish, German and French actors speaking their own language, writer-director Christian Carion has fashioned a deeply-moving and uplifting film (2005) about the unofficial Christmas truce on the Western Front in December 2014. Screened as part of a four-film Spiritual Cinema season, each introduced by Anthony Cane, Chancellor of Chichester Cathedral. Tickets £8.50; students £5.50; children £3.50.
Disabled access.

 

Sunday, July 1, 2.30pm.

LE CORSAIRE – TEATRO ALLA SCALA BALLET, CHICHESTER CINEMA AT NEW PARK, PO19 7XY.

Le Corsaire follows the swashbuckling adventures of a dashing pirate who journeys across the high seas to save his beloved from the Pasha’s harem with danger looming at every turn. With lavish sets and costumes, the choreography mirrors Russian ballet master Maris Petipa’s revival from 19th-century St Petersburg. Tickets £17.50. Disabled access.

 

Monday, July 2, 3pm.

HOTEL RWANDA, CHICHESTER CINEMA AT NEW PARK, NEW PARK ROAD, CHICHESTER, PO19 7XY.

A powerful film set during the Rwandan genocide, based on the true story of Paul Rusesabagina (outstandingly portrayed by Don Cheadle), a hotel manager seeking to provide sanctuary to those fleeing the violence. Screened as part of a four-film Spiritual Cinema season, each introduced by Anthony Cane, Chancellor of Chichester Cathedral. Tickets £8.50; students £5.50; children £3.50. Disabled access.

 

 

Monday, July 9, 3pm.

PATHS OF THE SOUL, CHICHESTER CINEMA AT NEW PARK NEW PARK ROAD, CHICHESTER,  PO19 7XY.

An extraordinary chronicle of ordinary Tibetans undertaking a 1,200-mile pilgrimage to Llasa. The film is a journey of discovery, wonder and endurance likely to inspire much reflection amongst those who see it. Screened as part of a four-film Spiritual Cinema season, each introduced by Anthony Cane, Chancellor of Chichester Cathedral. Tickets £8.50; students £5.50; children £3.50. Disabled access.

 

 

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