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April 2024 screening and community updates from ActOne cinema in Acton

Acton’s ActOne’s April 2024 programming will see not one but three National Theatre Live plays, two Royal Ballet performances broadcast live in real-time, climate emergency double bill, a live concert in the auditorium and of course, plenty of films and happenings.

We will host our third ever Board Games Night on 3 April from 6 pm. Free entry, all enthusiasts and all levels are welcome!

4 April at 4 pm offers a modified screening of Baltimore, a bold and thrilling film about the ferocity and complexity of the English rose-turned-firebrand activist. Relaxed screenings are weekly autism and dementia-friendly performances designed primarily for our neurodivergent guests. We accept CEA cards and carers and PAs go free.

Kelley Suttenfield Jazz Quartet will bring a multimedia event to Screen 1 on Saturday 6 April, doors open at 8 pm for a special, live concert inside the auditorium accompanied by clips from great musical moments on film.

7 April at 2 pm will host the third showing of National Theatre Live: The Motive and The Cue.

Royal Ballet: Macmillan Celebration will be broadcast LIVE for one night only on Tuesday 9 April at 7 pm.

Short film Open Mic Sound & Vision presents a range of new short films of all genres, followed by networking drinks amongst filmmakers on 10 April at 6 pm.

13 April at 2:15 pm, Getting It Back: The Story of Cymande, a tribute to unsung heroes, the band Cymande.

14 April at 2 pm will see a return of Andrew Scott portraying multiple characters in National Theatre Live: Vanya.

Ealing Repair Café will bring their Mend & Natter on Wednesday between 2 – 4 pm where they’ll teach you how to mend your clothes. The exact date is to be confirmed.

20 April at 2 pm offers a special double bill in our climate emergency series, the UK premiere of Until The End of The World + Poros Stands, followed by a live Q&A.

Making Shakespeare: The First Folio + Live Q&A with the director Nicola Stockley and the producer Richard Denton will be held on 21 April at 2:15 pm.

A one-night-only performance of NYE with brilliant Michael Sheen will be broadcast LIVE to the cinemas on 23 April at 7 pm. Unlike NT Live which is a recorded performance, NYE will be shown as it is being performed at the Olivier Stage of the National Theatre in real-time.

We will see another one-night-only performance on 24 April at 7 pm, a Live Broadcast of Royal Ballet: Swan Lake, a quintessential classic with Tchaikovsky’s mesmerising score.

We will close another busy month on 25 April with our wonderful Open Mic Night. Sign up from 7:30 pm, performances start at 8 pm on a first-come, first-served basis.

Our usual weekly staples like Carers & Babies Club Tuesdays, closed-captioned screening Wednesdays, relaxed screening Thursdays and our evolving programme can be seen and tickets booked at ActOneCinema.co.uk

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