We’re excited to welcome you back to Depot! Cinema returns from 17 May.

Oscar-winning Nomadland has Frances McDormand’s thrilling performance as Fern, exploring life outside conventional society through the vast landscape of the American West. One to experience on the big screen.

Also venturing out from home turf, that loveable rogue is back – Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway sees the mischievous bunny adventuring beyond the garden gates.

‘Reminding us of cinema’s unique ability to challenge, entertain, uplift and unite’ (Mark Kermode), the visceral and hard-hitting drama Sound of Metal also boasts Oscar success (hear it in Atmos); as does Minari, a tender and sweeping story following a Korean-American family as they move to a tiny Arkansas farm; and the gut-wrenching racial injustice drama Judas and the Black Messiah.

We’ve a front row seat on history with the behind-the-scenes documentary on US negotiations for Middle East peace, The Human Factor; and The 8th tells the story of Irish women and their fight to overturn one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the world.

Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan give terrific performances in the gorgeous period love story Ammonite; while Billie Piper is a career-driven single mother in the anti rom-com Rare Beasts.

Filmed in lockdown, Pedro Almodóvar’s critically acclaimed The Human Voice includes a Q&A with the filmmaker and Tilda Swinton. And, in an exclusive live-streamed concert on Saturday (22), Glastonbury Festival Presents Live at Worthy Farm. Time to enjoy that collective experience once more.