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Kusama – Infinity (12A)

Thu 01 Jan 1970 - Thu 01 Jan 1970



£7* | £5* students/under 25s/Polka dots | 3 films for £18*


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Kusama – Infinity (12A)

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Kusama – Infinity

The Life And Art Of Yayoi Kusama

Dir. Heather Lenz
80 mins | 2018 | USA

Showing Times:

  • Sun 11 Nov: 1pm
  • Tue 13 Nov: 7.30pm + MEAL DEAL
  • Wed 14 Nov: 1.30pm

Polka Dot Prices

In true Yayoi Kusama style, we’re offering a special deal for polka dot style icons! Wear your finest polka dots to watch the film and get your ticket for the special price of £5. 


Upgrade your ticket option to a meal deal and enjoy a specially prepared meal in our Café Bar before the screening on Tue 13 Nov.

  • £15: Cinema and meal ticket
  • £18.95: Cinema, meal and glass of wine

A three course meal inspired by and linked to Kusama’s work, expect repeated motifs, with polka dots, bright colours and gourds. A playful homage in celebration of the artist to coincide with the release of the new documentary.

Dots Obsession – A creamy white miso and mushroom soup.

Pumpkin – A recurring motif in Kusama’s work, roasted pumpkin served with mustard root mash and seasonal vegetables.

Obliteration – A creamy green tea syllabub studded with richly coloured globes of flavour.

Kusama – Infinity explores Yayoi Kusama’s fierce determination to become a world-renowned artist.

Kusama was born into a conservative family in rural Japan and she made her way to America on the heels of WWII. There, without connections and speaking only broken English, she devoted herself to her one true love, making art. On her first day in New York, Kusama has stated that she climbed to the top of the Empire State Building, looked down upon the city below, and made a decision to stand out from everyone she saw below and become a star.

She has received the Praemium Imperiale Laureate for lifetime achievement in painting, and was named the world’s ‘most popular artist’ and one of the ‘most expensive living female artist’ in 2014.



F-Rating is a new rating for films directed by women, written by women and/or with significant female characters on screen, in their own right. Find out more here >>


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