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    VUE Cinema

    At the Riverside
    Catch the latest movie releases at Reading’s Vue Cinema, situated right here at The Oracle. 

    The cinema houses 11 state-of-the-art screens that can seat 1,800 people, and also offers full disabled access throughout.

    Subtitled and audio descriptions are available for selected films.

    Click here to see all the latest releases and for ticket bookings.

    Now Showing

    Darkest Hour

    The fate of Britain lies on Winston Churchill’s shoulders, in this historical-drama that tells the story of the country’s darkest – and strongest – hours.

    Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle

    When four kids dust off an old video game and begin to play ‘Jumanji’, they quickly realise this is not a normal game. It’s a game of survival, where only the winners return to the real world.

    Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    In the everlasting battle between dark and light, Rey’s intergalactic journey continues…

    Insidious: The Last Key

    The latest chapter in the terrifying series jumps back in time, revealing the origin of psychic Elise and the evil force that has followed her since childhood.

    The Greatest Showman

    P. T. Barnum is a man with little more than ambition to his name. When the company he works for goes bust, he decides to leave his mediocre life behind, and takes his family on a journey that would lead to establishing the foundations of showbusiness.

    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    After her daughter is brutally murdered and the police fail to catch the killer, Mildred Hays takes matters into her own hands and puts up 3 billboards that send the small town into chaos

    Pitch Perfect 3

    Yes, you heard right - it's last call, pitches.

    Molly's Game

    Molly Bloom is a skier, Olympian, entrepreneur and suspected criminal. The true-life story of the woman who started an underground poker game that made her an FBI target.

    The Royal Opera: Rigoletto

    The corruption of innocence is at the heart of Verdi's potent tragedy in David McVicar's production for The Royal Opera.

    • 16 January 2018

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    All The Money In The World

    Based on the extraordinary true story of the kidnapping of a billionaire oil magnate’s teenage grandson, All The Money In The World is a gripping thriller from legendary director Ridley Scott.

    • 16 January 2018

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    Ferdinand – a peace-loving and big-hearted bull – is torn away from his family and thrust into a life of farming and fighting, which he plots to escape from.

    • 16 January 2018

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    An unwilling army captain is tasked with escorting a dying Native American chief across the wild west, on a threatening journey that’s riddled with division.

    • 16 January 2018

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    Once home-schooled, a young boy with a facial deformity is thrown into wider society when he starts to attend mainstream school.

    • 16 January 2018

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    A sports enthusiast struggles to get a foothold into the boxing world when he falls in love with the daughter of a local don.


    The Post

    In June 1971 The New York Times, the Washington Post and the...

    Due to be released 19/01/2018
    EOS: Cezanne - Portraits of a Life (2018)

    Exclusive access to the works of the man dubbed 'the...

    Due to be released 23/01/2018
    Early Man

    As the Bronze Age arrives and the Stone Age is over, a...

    Due to be released 26/01/2018
    MET Opera: Tosca (2018)

    Puccini's dramatic tragedy, Tosca, is brought to life in...

    Due to be released 27/01/2018
    Fifty Shades Freed

    After sailing through dark and stormy waters, Christian and...

    Due to be released 09/02/2018
    Messiah from Bristol Old Vic

    Inspired by Handel’s profound religious masterpiece, this...

    Due to be released 27/03/2018


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