IMPORTANT: Due to the weather conditions this screening for the 2 Mar has been cancelled. This will now be shown on 12 March at 7.30pm. Purchased tickets will be honoured for this date or a full refund offered.

As the first female publisher of The Washington Post, Katherine Graham is already in the limelight when she teams up with her editor in order to expose government secrets spanning across three decades.

Set in the early 1970s, The Post depicts the true story of these journalists and their attempts to publish the Pentagon Papers, classified documents regarding undisclosed information about the 30-year involvement of the United States government in the Vietnam War.

This Oscar-nominated and star-studded film draws parallels with many current issues facing media and the press. Directed and produced by Steven Spielberg, the film stars Meryl Streep as Katharine Graham and Tom Hanks as Ben Bradlee.

Brew Cinema Awards Season Pass

It’s Awards Season and here at The Brewhouse we are screening some of the most highly recommended and awarded films of the year.

By buying a Brew Cinema Awards Season Pass you will guarantee yourself access to any of the films in our awards season line-up, screened between the 1st and 3rd March.

Buy a Pass here.

Please note that seats are unallocated during the whole of the Awards Season and you need to hang on to and use your pass in order to use it on each of the three days.

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri 
The Post
Paddington 2
Call Me By Your Name
Loving Vincent
The Death of Stalin

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2 March 2018 7:30PM

This is a past event

Ticket Prices

Full Price from £8.50 Senior from £7.50 Student from £6.50
Suitable for ages 12A and above

Running Time

115 minutes + trailers