The Victoria is charming theatre pub with tons of character that dates back to the late nineteenth century.
Unfortunately, there is no wheelchair access to the upper room in the Victoria.
Did You Know… Legend has it that The Victoria has a resident ghost – but it must enjoy the quirky atmosphere because it never causes a scene! They also host a very popular Sound & Vision quiz every week.
Cert (18) * The mid-length film often gets neglected at film festivals – regarded as either too long or not long enough. There are some films though, that need that extra time to tell the full story, and these two super mid-length docs are prime examples. Both documentaries, and both highly amusing, Snails follows two […]
Cert (18)* As a follow up to last year’s inevitably popular internet cat videos screening, this time we’re putting the sweet, cuddly felines up against the canines, with a selection of documentaries, fiction films, and the odd youtube gem. Featuring the UK premiere of Jon Bang Carlsen’s documentary Cats in Riga which follows the furry […]
Cert (18) * Filmmaker John Bradburn has put together a programme which traces the ley lines of experimental cinema’s journeys with the esoteric, and its ritualistic dances with popular music. An ideal warm-up for Sympathy for the Devil, this afternoon of occult cinema includes a rare chance to see Kenneth Anger’s Invocation of my Demon […]