No. 6 Cinema, Portsmouth’s only independent filmhouse, screen 2016 biographical drama film Jackie on Saturday 4th March 2017, from 7:00pm.
A portrait of one of the most important and tragic moments in American history, seen through the eyes of the iconic First Lady, then Jacqueline Kennedy.
Known for her extraordinary dignity and poise, here we see the First Lady (Natalie Portman) as she fights to establish her husband’s legacy and the world of ‘Camelot’ that she created and loved so well.
Book online through the No. 6 Cinema website, or buy on the door on the night.
- Director: Pablo Larraín
- Starring: Natalie Portman, Peter Sarsgaard
- Running time: one hour and 40 minutes (100 minutes)
- Adults: £8.00
- Concessions: £6.50 (students, seniors (60+), or Portsmouth Leisure Card holders)
No.6 Cinema is Portsmouth’s only independent filmhouse, situated in Boathouse No. 6 of Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, a building which itself is steeped in historic culture having been built long ago in 1846. No. 6 is the proud home to the largest screen on the south coast.
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