15Dolby Atmos

Screening Times

To book, please select a time from below:

Sunday 10th December

Monday 11th December

Tuesday 12th December

Wednesday 13th December

Thursday 14th December

Friday 15th December

Saturday 16th December

Sunday 17th December

Tuesday 19th December

Thursday 21st December

Alternatively please call the Box Office on:

020 8912 5161


Watch Trailer

A personal look at the French military leader’s origins and swift, ruthless climb to emperor, viewed through the prism of Napoleon’s addictive, volatile relationship with his wife and one true love, Josephine.

  • Starring: Vanessa Kirby, Joaquin Phoenix

  • Director: Ridley Scott

  • Writer: David Scarpa

  • Running Time: 158 minutes

  • Certificate: 15

  • Language: English

  • Genre: Drama, History, War, Romance

  • Country: Malta, United Kingdom, United States

“Scott has created an outrageously enjoyable cavalry charge of a movie, a full-tilt biopic of two and a half hours in which Scott doesn’t allow his troops to get bogged down mid-gallop in the muddy terrain of either fact or metaphysical significance.”
★★★★★ Peter Bradshaw, Guardian

“This is a historical epic which is constantly on the lookout for subtle ways to undercut historical epics.”
★★★★ Catherine Bray, Empire Magazine

“The captivating power of Phoenix’s performance, delivered in his American vernacular, is that it hovers in a twitchy, shifty, grey zone between imperious outbursts, wounded vulnerability and puckish charm.”
★★★★ Kevin Maher, Times (uk)

“As Phoenix howls, scowls, and storms his way through Napoleon, you get a real sense that Scott has had his cake and eaten it.”
★★★★ Independent (uk)

“Scott brings his A game. The film is a gripping, often delightfully lairy slab of pop history, made with mischief, flash and meticulous craft.”
★★★★ Danny Leigh, Financial Times

“Phoenix, sometimes laugh-out-loud funny and chilling in the same scene, is as compelling as he always is... But it’s Vanessa Kirby who, much like Ryan Gosling in Barbie, upstages her title character.”
★★★★ Hamish Macbain, London Evening Standard

“It's an awe-inspiring achievement, although it may leave you with a greater appreciation of Scott's leadership skills than of Napoleon's.”
★★★★ Nicholas Barber,