Stan and Ollie [PG]

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Venue Barn Cinema

Running time 115 minutes

Cast Steve Coogan, John C. Reilly

Director Jon S. Baird

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Next date 25th January 2:00 pm

About this event

Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly give superb, charismatic performances as unmistakable screen comedians Laurel & Hardy in Jon S. Baird’s (Filth) terrific new film. In 1953, Stan ‘Laurel’ and Ollie ‘Hardy’ embark on a tour of British music halls.

With their celebrity on the wane, it begins in fairly subdued fashion – but with the support of their formidable wives Lucille (Shirley Henderson) and Ida (Nina Arianda) and encouraged by their inimitable love of performing, they secure an enduring place in the hearts of their public as they head towards a big London finale.

“A gently elegiac portrayal of the pair’s final comic collaboration.” – Guy Lodge, Variety

About the Barn

The Barn Cinema offers a truly unique experience: a wide-ranging film programme, including independent arthouse, world and mainstream cinema, all within a truly beautiful, renovated 15th century barn.

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