Established in 1909, the Electric was the first cinema in Birmingham and is today the oldest working cinema in the UK. The Electric provides a unique setting for film viewing: choose a film from the great variety on offer and sit back to enjoy with handmade cakes, coffee, or something a bit stronger, from the art deco bar.
Screen one and ground floor are wheelchair accessible. (Venue will provide ramp for wheelchair access up the main steps)
Did You Know… The Electric has gone by many other names, including: Tivoli,Tatler News Theatre and Jacey Cartoon Theatre. At one point it was even an amusement arcade!
Dir: Neil Edwards UK 2015, 102 mins Cert: 15* Formed by two Scientologists in the early 60s, the Process Church of the Final Judgment quickly caught the mood of swinging London. Morphing from a form of therapy into a black-robed cult with a Nazi-esque logo, they were a magnet for disaffected, well-off youngsters as well as various […]
Dir: Jon Nguyen, Olivia Neergaard-Holm, Rick Barnes USA/Denmark 2017, 90 mins Cert: 12* As a child, David Lynch would sit in mud puddles under a tree. As a young man, he’d keep dead mice, birds and rotting fruit in the basement, in order to follow the natural process of decay. On discovering this secret hoard […]
Cert (15)* Like, tweet, share, repeat. Infested with electronic devices, this programme takes a sideways look at our online existence. OS Love, a mischievous ode to a famous operating system, will strike a chord with Mac users. I Was a Winner, the new animated documentary by the master of the genre Jonas Odell, hears the […]