Canolfan UCHELDRE Centre

Canolfan UCHELDRE Centre

Courtyard beside the Ucheldre Kitchen
Courtyard beside the Ucheldre Kitchen
Canolfan UCHELDRE Centre
Centre for the performing and visual arts in Anglesey, North Wales

Diary — Film

The Ucheldre Centre is the only place on the Isle of Anglesey where people regularly go to watch films. It is also possible to hire the Centre for private showings.


Film Set Fire to the Stars (15)
Saturday 6 December8pm

Holyhead’s very own Celyn Jones wrote, and also stars in this film about Dylan Thomas'tour of America. An aspiring poet, John Brinnin, endeavours to guide his poet hero, but finds it no easy task when drink, women and Dylan’s volatile temper kick in.

Directed by Andy Goddard, and also starring Elijah Wood, Andy Goddard and Steven Mackintosh.


1 hr 33
£4, £3.25, £2 children
Film The Riot Club
Sunday 7 December3.30pm
Well-played drama about the Riot Club, a centuries-old secret
Oxford society dedicated to dining, drinking and debauchery.
Carnage and tragedy ensue when two newcomers join its ranks.

Directed by Lone Scherfig, and starring Natalie Dormer, Jessica
Brown Findlay, Sam Claflin, Douglas Booth, Holliday Grainger, Max Irons, and Freddie Fox.
1 hr 46
£3, £2 children
Film Magic in the Moonlight (12A)
Wednesday 10 December5.30pm
Banish the winter blues with this mellow Woody Allen romantic comedy set in the 1920s on the opulent Riviera in the south of France. Colin Firth stars as a master magician with a mission to expose a psychic medium as a fake.

Directed by Woody Allen, and also starring Emma Stone, and Eileen Atkins.
1 hr 38
£3, £2 children
Film Magic in the Moonlight (12A)
Wednesday 10 December8pm
Banish the winter blues with this mellow Woody Allen romantic comedy set in the 1920s on the opulent Riviera in the south of France. Colin Firth stars as a master magician with a mission to expose a psychic medium as a fake.

Directed by Woody Allen, and also starring Emma Stone, and Eileen Atkins.
1 hr 38
£4, £3.25 concessions/students, £2 children
Film Dan y Wenallt (Under Milk Wood) (15)
Thursday 11 December5.30pm


Dan y Wenallt (Under Milk Wood)

On general release today a chance to see the first cinema production of Dylan Thomas’s brilliant, haunting radio play since Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton’s 1972 film. 

Captain Cat (Ifans) visits the dreams and innermost thoughts of the inhabitants of a fictional small Welsh fishing village Llareggub (“bugger all” backwards). 

Released to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Dylan Thomas’s birth, the radically surreal and erotic Dan y Wenallt is certain to appeal, shock and excite in equal measures. 

Directed by Kevin Allen (Twin Town), and  starring Rhys Ifans, and Charlotte Church with guest appearances from Gareth Edwards and Lord Kinnock.   A Welsh language version of the play; an English version will be released  later in 2015.   Subtitled.


Y ffilm hon, sy’n cael ei rhyddhau heddiw, yw’r cynhyrchiad sinema cyntaf o ddrama radio gyfareddol Dylan Thomas ers ffilm Elizabeth Taylor a Richard Burton yn 1972. Mae Capten Cat yn ymweld â breuddwydion a chyfrinachau mwyaf cudd trigolion pentref pysgota chwedlonol yng Nghymru, Llareggub (sef “bugger all” wedi’i sillafu o chwith). Wrth gael ei chyhoeddi i ddathlu canmlwyddiant geni Dylan Thomas, mae naws swreal ac erotig Dan y Wenallt yn sicr o apelio, o gyffroi ac o beri sioc ar yr un pryd. Mae wedi ei chyfarwyddo gan Kevin Allen (Twin Town) gyda Rhys Ifans a Charlotte Church yn chwarae’r prif rannau ac ymddangosiadau gwadd gan Gareth Edwards a’r Arglwydd Kinnock. Fersiwn Gymraeg o’r ddrama yw hon; bydd fersiwn Saesneg yn cael ei rhyddhau yn hwyrach yn 2015.  Isdeitlau.

1 hr 26
£3, £2 children
Film Dan y Wenallt (Under Milk Wood) (15)
Thursday 11 December8pm


Dan y Wenallt (Under Milk Wood)

On general release today a chance to see the first cinema production of Dylan Thomas’s brilliant, haunting radio play since Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton’s 1972 film. 

Captain Cat (Ifans) visits the dreams and innermost thoughts of the inhabitants of a fictional small Welsh fishing village Llareggub (“bugger all” backwards). 

Released to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Dylan Thomas’s birth, the radically surreal and erotic Dan y Wenallt is certain to appeal, shock and excite in equal measures. 

Directed by Kevin Allen (Twin Town), and  starring Rhys Ifans, and Charlotte Church with guest appearances from Gareth Edwards and Lord Kinnock.   A Welsh language version of the play; an English version will be released  later in 2015.   Subtitled.


Y ffilm hon, sy’n cael ei rhyddhau heddiw, yw’r cynhyrchiad sinema cyntaf o ddrama radio gyfareddol Dylan Thomas ers ffilm Elizabeth Taylor a Richard Burton yn 1972. Mae Capten Cat yn ymweld â breuddwydion a chyfrinachau mwyaf cudd trigolion pentref pysgota chwedlonol yng Nghymru, Llareggub (sef “bugger all” wedi’i sillafu o chwith). Wrth gael ei chyhoeddi i ddathlu canmlwyddiant geni Dylan Thomas, mae naws swreal ac erotig Dan y Wenallt yn sicr o apelio, o gyffroi ac o beri sioc ar yr un pryd. Mae wedi ei chyfarwyddo gan Kevin Allen (Twin Town) gyda Rhys Ifans a Charlotte Church yn chwarae’r prif rannau ac ymddangosiadau gwadd gan Gareth Edwards a’r Arglwydd Kinnock. Fersiwn Gymraeg o’r ddrama yw hon; bydd fersiwn Saesneg yn cael ei rhyddhau yn hwyrach yn 2015.  Isdeitlau.

1 hr 26
£4, £3.25 concessions/students
Film Magic in the Moonlight (12A)
Sunday 14 December3.30pm
Banish the winter blues with this mellow Woody Allen romantic comedy set in the 1920s on the opulent Riviera in the south of France. Colin Firth stars as a master magician with a mission to expose a psychic medium as a fake.

Directed by Woody Allen, and also starring Emma Stone, and Eileen Atkins.
1 hr 38
£3, £2 children
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