What's On This Week - 19th September

Image courtesy of Park Circus
Image courtesy of Park Circus

Monday 19th September

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

This evening showing of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory might just be the right time to watch the most psychedelic horror chocolate river tunnel boat ride in history!

6pm / Chapter, Cardiff / £7.20 adult, £5.10 concession


Tuesday 20th September

36 Hours

This mysterious thriller from the mind of Roald Dahl later inspired The Prisoner.

2.30pm / Chapter, Cardiff / £7.20 adult, £5.10 concession


Tales of the Unexpected

Catch A Dip in the Pool, The Man from the South and more in Roald Dahl’s classic series Tales of the Unexpected.

8pm / Chapter, Cardiff / FREE


Saturday 24th September


One young girl uses her love of books (and some magic powers) to overcome the cruel Ms. Trunchbull in this fabulous 1996 adaptation.

Sat-Sun 11am / Macrobert Arts Centre, Stirling / £2


Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Roald Dahl adapts Ian Fleming’s classic story of the titular flying car. Showing for two days at Chapter family matinee.

Sat-Sun 11am / Chapter, Cardiff / £4 adult, £3 concession


The Witches

Cinemagic brings Roald Dahl’s terrifying The Witches to the Queen’s Film Theatre in Belfast, with a brilliant storyboarding workshop.

2pm / Queen’s Film Theatre, Belfast / £5, children £4


Four Rooms

Four rooms, four directors, four Roald Dahl adaptations. This mad 1995 anthology film features segments from Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez.

7.30pm / Priest Weston Village Hall / £4.50


Porco Rosso

Taking influence from one of Roald Dahl’s short stories, this Studio Ghibli animation was one of its earliest hits.

3.10pm / Chapter, Cardiff / £4 adult, £3 concession


Sunday 25th September

Porco Rosso

Also showing on Sunday for the midday matinee.

12pm / Chapter, Cardiff / £4 adult, £3 concession


Four Rooms

Tim Roth is a hotel bellhop experiencing the shift from hell; each room places him the centre of a Roald Dahl short story. This anthology comedy film is features four directors, including Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez.

5pm / Chapter, Cardiff / £7.20 adult, £5.10 concession