‘Red Joan’ is the story of Joan Stanley who, while enjoying her retirement in a quiet suburb, is arrested by MI5 and accused of providing intelligence to Communist Russia.
In 1938, while she was a physics student at Cambridge, she fell for Leo Galich, a young communist whose political views began to shape her own. Working in nuclear research during the Second World War, she’s faced with an impossible question: what price would you pay for peace?
Judi Dench and Sophie Cookson star as ‘Red Joan’ across two time periods in this gripping true story.
Tickets: £5.00, includes a tea or coffee with biscuit served during a short interval
Hynt cards accepted
Running Time: 101mins
Relaxed, dementia-friendly screenings; accessible to all
Our screenings aim to make cinema trips more accessible, in a safe and welcoming environment with:
* Lights on low, volume turned down and no trailers or adverts
* Multiple wheelchair spaces and flexible seating
* Accessible toilets and facilities
* Onsite free car park, welcoming staff and café area