Cinema – Film

The Handmaiden 18

Duration: 156mins

From the visionary director Park Chan-wook (OLDBOY and STOKER) comes THE HANDMAIDEN, a sumptuous and exhilarating period thriller inspired by Sarah Waters’ best-selling novel 'Fingersmith'. Set during the Japanese occupation of Korea in the 1930s, a young handmaiden named Sookee (Kim Tae-ri) is hired by Hideko (Kim Min-hee), a reclusive heiress who lives in a sprawling mansion under the watchful eye of her domineering Uncle Kouzuki (Cho Jin-woong). But Sookee harbours a secret: she has been recruited by Fujiwara (Ha Jung-woo), a scheming con artist posing as a Japanese Count, to trick Hideko into entrusting him with her fortune. However, when Sookee and Hideko begin to develop unexpected emotions for each other, they start putting together a plan of their own. With breathtaking visuals, grandiose set design and frenzied humour, THE HANDMAIDEN is one of the year’s most anticipated films - an opulent and labyrinthine tale of deception, romance and triple-crossing that marks a career high for one of modern cinema’s most thrilling auteurs.

Thu 27 Apr

 

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The Lane Bar

The Lane Bar

Conveniently located next door to the Grosvenor Cinema on Ashton Lane, The Lane Bar is the ideal stop off point for a pre-film drink. But it's more than just a bar beside a cinema. With an excellent music policy, and adventurous drinks list and quality food whatever your budget, The Lane is a destination in its own right.

The Grosvenor Cinema

The Cinema Foyer & Screens

The Grosvenor is the only fully-licensed picture house in Glasgow's West End.

Our two cinema screens each have spacious, luxury leather seating, with a back row of leather sofas for extra comfort to enjoy our screening of the latest films and old favourites.

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The Grosvenor Cafe

The Grosvenor Cafe

UK and International Restaurant & Bar Design Awards-winning venue and so much more. Our combination classic & contemporary menus and a busy programme of live entertainment, evening classes and kid stuff every week mean we are a true West End hub.

Why not pop upstairs for a meal or drink after the film?

Pre-Production

The Lane Bar

Conveniently located next door to the Grosvenor Cinema on Ashton Lane, The Lane Bar is the ideal stop off point for a pre-film drink. But it's more than just a bar beside a cinema. With an excellent music policy, and adventurous drinks list and quality food whatever your budget, The Lane is a destination in its own right.

Production

The Grosvenor Cinema

The Grosvenor is the only fully-licensed picture house in Glasgow's West End.

Our two cinema screens each have spacious, luxury leather seating, with a back row of leather sofas for extra comfort to enjoy our screening of the latest films and old favourites.

Ticket Prices

Peak Admission: Mon-Fri after 17.00, all day Sat & Sun, Bank Holidays:

Adult £9.70
Child £6.00
Senior £7.00
Student £7.00 with valid student ID (£6.00 with valid student ID and SR App)

 

Off-peak Admission: Mon-Fri before 17.00:

Adult £7.00
Child £5.00
Senior £6.00
Student £6.00 with valid student ID (£5.00 with valid student ID and SR App)

 

Kids’ Club: £4.00 for all seats

Watch With Baby: £6.00 for all seats

Toddler Time: £3.00 for children, free for accompanying adults

 

For live broadcasts and special events, admission prices may vary.

Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.

Entry to films and events is restricted by the classification given by the British Board of Film Classification or others. We are required to refuse admission to anyone who is below the minimum age required by the relevant classification. Information on BBFC ratings can be found here.

Late entry is at the discretion of the manager.

Post-Production

Grosvenor Cafe

The Grosvenor Cafe

UK and International Restaurant & Bar Design Awards-winning venue and so much more. Our combination classic & contemporary menus and a busy programme of live entertainment, evening classes and kid stuff every week mean we are a true West End hub.

Why not pop upstairs for a meal or drink after the film?