Film Screening 20th August, 2022

Poster for Falling for Figaro

Falling for Figaro 

5:00 PM, 20th August, 2022

  • M
  • 105 mins
  • 2020
  • Ben Lewin
  • Danielle Macdonald, Hugh Skinner, Gary Lewis, Joanna Lumley

Unsatisfied with the direction her life is heading, successful fund manager Millie (Danielle Macdonald) leaves her long-term boyfriend and their home in London to follow her lifelong dream of becoming an opera singer. She heads to a small town in the Scottish Highlands to take vocal training lessons from a fearsome former opera diva (Joanna Lumley), who agrees to train her for an upcoming singing contest. Settling into village life, Millie also meets Max (Hugh Skinner) and a mutual attraction form – but it is put to the test when they discover that they’re being pitted against each other at the contest.

A delightful romantic comedy set in the world of opera singing competitions, Falling for Figaro is an uplifting, joyful and inspiring film. Add a stirring opera soundtrack and some stunning Scottish scenery into the mix, and you might start thinking about changing your life too.

Poster for The Bob's Burgers Movie

The Bob's Burgers Movie 

7:30 PM, 20th August, 2022

  • PG
  • 102 mins
  • 2022
  • Loren Bouchard, Bernard Derriman
  • H. Jon Benjamin, Dan Mintz, Eugene Mirman, Larry Murphy

The Belcher family – parents Bob and Linda and their three children, Tina, Gene, and Louise – have run their beloved burger restaurant for years. They’ve endured and survived all sorts of shenanigans and schemes, but a ruptured water main may spell the end for them after it causes an enormous sinkhole to open up right in front of their restaurant. With their entrance blocked indefinitely, Bob and Linda struggle to find a way to pay their loan and keep the business afloat. Meanwhile, the kids try to solve an age-old mystery that could be the key to saving the restaurant.

With 12 seasons and countless awards under its belt, Bob’s Burgers is often considered in the same league as animated TV sitcom counterparts like The Simpsons. And with the same ingredients that has made it a success, the Belchers’ feature film adventure has plenty of heart and humour for fans and newcomers alike.