5 February – 1 March
QueerFest is back for a second year at Depot. This year’s films focus on the diverse stories of past and present Queer characters, capturing experiences across cultures and continents.
From the exhibition walls to the wonder and beauty of artists’ gardens like Giverny and Seebüll, discover how different contemporaries of Monet built and cultivated modern gardens.
Film seasons and events
Depot’s Book to Film Club is a relaxed and open space to talk about books and movies. With classics, horror, and sci-fi on the shelf, there’s something for everyone to get their reading glasses on for. Each month there will be a screening of a different film based on a book followed by a guided, friendly and informal discussion
3 – 14 March
The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2024 delves into Japanese cinema to explore how memories are employed in the cinematic voices of Japanese filmmakers, from films where memories are a focal point to works where they play a subliminal role in driving or affecting people’s minds and behaviour.
Live Arts and Events Cinema
See performances from one of the great ballet companies of the world from the comfort of our screens at Depot, in which grand balletic tradition and an illustrious heritage are united with innovation, daring and exceptional standards of artistry, creativity and stagecraft to produce supreme theatre.
The Royal Opera House is the one of the world’s most celebrated theatres and the home of The Royal Ballet, The Royal Opera and The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House. Join us for a brand new season of classics given new life with these fantastic performances brought to you from the Royal Opera House
Accessible Screenings at Depot
Every Monday the Depot programme includes a selection of films with descriptive subtitles – a transcription of the film’s dialogue, in English, along the bottom of the screen. A description of the sounds in the film is also included
Depot runs regular screenings that offer a more relaxed experience, including adjustments to the sound and lighting. There’s also an easy-going attitude to comings and goings, if people need to move around or a break from the screening.
A weekly screening exclusively for parents/carers with babies under 12 months. Babies can sleep, burble or cry – and parents/carers get a chance to catch up with the most recent releases. Babies go free!