Cinema

A surprising fact: in the 1930s, Glasgow had more cinemas per head than anywhere else in the world. Today’s enthusiastic movie buff still has an enviable range of options, from world cinema at the Glasgow’s arthouse cinema, the GFT, to the latest blockbuster at Cineworld Glasgow, the world's tallest cinema, boasting an impressive 18 screens over 9 levels.

Cliff Richard Live: 60th Anniversary Tour

Showcase Cinema Glasgow

Live broadcast of Cliff Richard's 60th anniversary tour featuring all his greatest hits. …

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Cliff Richard Live: 60th Anniversary Tour

Odeon at the Quay

Live broadcast of Cliff Richard's 60th anniversary tour featuring all his greatest hits. …

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Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt: December Sky

Glasgow Film Theatre

Original net animation taking place during the original MSG series. …

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Cyber City Oedo 808

Glasgow Film Theatre

In a futuristic Japanese city, police have turned to violent criminals as their only hope to cl …

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Babe: Pig In The City

Eastwood Park Theatre

Just as precocious as before, young Babe accidentally injures Farmer Hoggett and puts the farm …

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Tarka the Otter

Glasgow Film Theatre

Episodic adaptation of Henry Williamson's famous novel describing the adventures of an otter wh …

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My Hero Academia: The Two Heroes

Glasgow Film Theatre

A world where people with superpowers are the norm. …

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B: The Beginning

Glasgow Film Theatre

Detective Keith Flick has to track down a brutal serial killer causing chaos on a small archipe …

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Penguin Highway

Glasgow Film Theatre

A 10-year-old boy tries to solve the mystery of penguins inexplicably appearing in his home tow …

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Blueprint - Scottish Independent Cinema presents: A Practical Guide To A Spectacular Suicide

CCA

Graham Hughes directs his debut feature film, a feelgood comedy about suicide, which competed f …

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A Practical Guide to a Spectacular Suicide

CCA

Whoever thought suicide could be funny? Tom is intent on killing himself . . . but he's not ve …

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Make Me Up

Glasgow Film Theatre

A new film work by Scottish artist Rachel Maclean, her first long feature using actors, in whic …

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