Doug and Abi have a massive secret and it’s only when they embark on holiday to the Scottish Highlands that it becomes clear just how much they’ll struggle to keep it hidden with their three young children in tow.
In Taiwan, a young woman is forced into becoming a drug mule for the mob. When she inadvertently absorbs the drug she is carrying, she finds herself with superhuman powers.
Christine, a writer in her forties, wakes up every day unable to remember anything from her past. Working alongside a doctor, Christine tries to piece together the fragments of memory – but is the truth better left forgotten?
All your Disney favourites back on the big screen exclusively at Vue. See this Disney classic on the big screen at your local Vue.
The moving tale of a beautiful courtesan, forced to give up everything in order to save her lover’s reputation.
Oscar-winner Danny Boyle (127 Hours, Slumdog Millionaire) returned to the theatre to direct this visionary production of Frankenstein with Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller alternating roles of Dr Frankensetin and the Creature.
Broadcast live from the National Theatre, highly acclaimed physical theatre group DV8 bring you this powerful story of one man, John, who embarks on a search in and unexpected and unknown place.
Bryony Lavery breathes new life into Robert Louis Stevenson’s deliciously dark tale of high seas murder and plunder. This new adaption of Treasure Island is broadcast live from the National Theatre.
A bitter mining strike in 1980s Britain fosters an unlikely and unique union of solidarity between embattled mineworkers and gay activists.
A young chef and his family relocate to the south of France to open an Indian restaurant, much to the distaste of the proprietor of a neighbouring Michelin-starred restaurant.
The melodramatic tale of a soldier’s downfall, returns to the stage in Richard Eyre’s enthralling production.
For the first time in eight years, Richard Wagner’s epic comedy returns to The Met Opera, and celebrates the power of music and the arts.
Director, Richard Eyre brings Mozart’s masterful compositions to the stage in this well-loved domestic comedy.
Jacques Offenbach’s masterpiece about a tortured poet retelling tales of his three love affairs, returns to the stage in this sparkling new production.
Franz Lehár’s enchanting operetta returns to The Met Opera stage in this stylishly designed production.
A once successful screenwriter falls on hard times, and turns to teaching at an East coast university, where he meets a single mum, also looking for a second chance.