Fri 28 Jan 2022 - Thu 03 Feb 2022



£8* Standard | £5* Student / Under 25s


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2021 | 98 mins | UK


  • Fri 28 Jan: 1pm
  • Fri 28 Jan: 4pm
  • Fri 28 Jan: 8.45pm
  • Sat 29 Jan: 5.45pm
  • Sat 29 Jan: 8.15pm
  • Sun 30 Jan: 1pm
  • Sun 30 Jan: 7pm
  • Mon 31 Jan: 2pm
  • Mon 31 Jan: 5.30pm
  • Mon 31 Jan: 8pm
  • Tue 1 Feb: 10.45 + Breakfast Deal
  • Tue 1 Feb: 3pm
  • Tue 1 Feb: 6pm
  • Wed 2 Feb: 2pm
  • Wed 2 Feb: 5.30pm
  • Wed 2 Feb: 8.15pm
  • Thu 3 Feb: 12.00

With his trademark warmth and wit, and drawing on his own experiences, Kenneth Branagh captivates with this tale of a young boy living in Belfast in the late 1960s.

It’s 1969 and the imaginative, free-spirited Buddy (major discovery Jude Hill) knows every inch of and every person in his street of Protestant and Catholic families. He pops into neighbouring houses as though they were his own and people look out for him while his working-class parents (Jamie Dornan and Caitriona Balfe) hustle to make ends meet. But this blissful sense of security is about to be broken by sectarian violence and the tanks that sweep through the city. Belfast might be Branagh’s most reflective and personal film to date, but he brings to this intimate tale the same gift for big canvas filmmaking as seen in previous work. Shot in lustrous black and white by Haris Zambarloukos and accompanied by a rousing Van Morrison soundtrack, the film sees Buddy’s child’s-eye perspective on the increasing social unrest give way to imaginings inspired by his love of movies. Ideas of ‘home’ are so often a mix of trauma and nostalgia and here Branagh balances melancholy and poignancy with moments of wonder and joy. With a world-class cast that also includes Judi Dench and Ciarán Hinds as Buddy’s beloved grandparents, Belfast is a big-hearted ode to a city, its community and to family.

£12.50 / £9.50 FOR UNDER 25S

Start your day the Studio 74 way! Take advantage of our breakfast deal and enjoy a freshly prepared breakfast in our Café Bar before the screening on Tue 1 Feb.

Your ticket includes the film, a breakfast bap with locally sourced bacon or vegan sausages served in a pretzel bun as well as anything from our hot or soft drink selections.

The film will start at 10.45am, so please arrive by 10.15am to ensure you have plenty of time to enjoy your breakfast before the film.



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