Approx advert and trailer run time: 25 mins


Film run time: 2hr 31m

Part of the ‘A Cinematic Odyssey: Postcards from Europe’ strand.



Academy Award-winning director Paolo Sorrentino once again unites with legendary actor Toni Servillo, this time setting his sights on modern Europe’s most infamous politician, Silvio Berlusconi.


Originally created in two parts, Sorrentino’s latest work has been cut into one titanic film, a vibrant fictionalisation of the circus of people, power and politics surrounding Berlusconi between 2006 and 2009. We are subsequently immersed in the media tycoon and politician’s inner circle: the Loro (meaning Them) of the title.


Servillo’s performance was undoubtedly the jewel in the crown of Sorrentino’s sublime masterwork The Great Beauty, and the same can definitely be said for Loro. He tackles Berlusconi’s incongruous character with relish, grinning like a Cheshire cat as he comfortably takes part in raucous parties, while acting like a deer in the headlights as his scandals are made public. This magnetic performance coupled with Sorrentino’s trademark cinematic bravura makes for a powerful and alluring combination.


If you enjoyed Adam McKay’s recent Vice or are seeking a counterpart to Scorsese’s box office smash The Wolf of Wall Street, then look no further than Loro – a hedonistic fairground ride of epic proportions. (Research Owen Diplock)


The film will be introduced on both evening performances by Dr Paul Sutton, who will stay for the end of the film for a post-screening discussion in the front-tier of the downstairs seating area.


Wednesday 15th May
07:30 pm
Monday 20th May
07:30 pm
Tuesday 23rd April
07:30 pm
Wednesday 24th April
01:00 pm
Wednesday 24th April
07:30 pm
Upstairs Available
Monday 29th April
07:30 pm
Tuesday 7th May
12:00 pm
Tuesday 7th May
07:30 pm
Thursday 16th May
02:00 pm
Friday 26th April
05:00 pm
Friday 26th April
09:00 pm
Upstairs Available
Sunday 28th April
01:00 pm
Last Few Seats
Wednesday 1st May
07:30 pm
Sunday 5th May
01:00 pm
Monday 6th May
07:30 pm
Wednesday 15th May
01:00 pm
Saturday 27th April
02:00 pm
Upstairs Available
Saturday 27th April
07:00 pm
Thursday 2nd May
07:30 pm
Wednesday 8th May
01:00 pm
Friday 3rd May
05:00 pm
Saturday 4th May
02:00 pm
Sunday 5th May
06:00 pm
Monday 6th May
02:00 pm
Friday 10th May
05:00 pm
Saturday 11th May
02:00 pm
Tuesday 28th May
12:00 pm
Friday 3rd May
09:00 pm
Saturday 4th May
07:00 pm
Thursday 9th May
02:00 pm
Thursday 9th May
07:30 pm
Tuesday 14th May
12:00 pm
Sunday 12th May
01:00 pm
Thursday 16th May
07:30 pm
Monday 13th May
02:00 pm
Monday 13th May
07:30 pm
Wednesday 15th May
07:30 pm
Monday 20th May
07:30 pm
Friday 17th May
05:00 pm
Saturday 18th May
02:00 pm
Sunday 19th May
06:00 pm
Monday 20th May
02:00 pm
Tuesday 21st May
07:30 pm
Wednesday 22nd May
01:00 pm
Thursday 23rd May
07:30 pm
Friday 17th May
09:15 pm
Saturday 18th May
07:00 pm
Sunday 19th May
01:00 pm
Thursday 23rd May
02:00 pm
Monday 27th May
07:30 pm
Tuesday 21st May
12:00 pm
Saturday 25th May
05:00 pm
Friday 24th May
05:00 pm
Saturday 25th May
09:00 pm
Sunday 26th May
01:00 pm
Monday 27th May
02:00 pm
Thursday 30th May
08:15 pm
Saturday 25th May
01:00 pm
Tuesday 28th May
07:30 pm
Thursday 30th May
05:00 pm
Wednesday 29th May
01:00 pm
Friday 31st May
02:00 pm
Wednesday 29th May
07:30 pm
Thursday 30th May
12:00 pm