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Breakfast At Tiffany’s plays across UK cinemas on Valentine’s Day

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Looking for somewhere to take the love of your life this Valentine's Day? You could take he or she to the cinema, taking in a one-day only showing of the 60s classic Breakfast At Tiffany's, which is hitting the big screen nationwide, courtesy of the BFI.

Directed by Blake Edwards and starring George Peppard, Patricia Neal and of course, Audrey Hepburn in her iconic role as Holly Golightly, it's the classic tale of two 'bohemians' falling in love against a Manhattan backdrop – Peppard playing aspiring writer Paul Varjak, Hepburn the party girl with a hidden past.

Want to know where it's playing? Check out over the page for the full breakdown – or if you don't fancy going out, you could always buy yourself a DVD copy for under a fiver.

BFI website

Venues showing Breakfast At Tiffany's:

London:
BFI Southbank
Curzon Soho
Curzon Richmond
hmvcurzon, Wimbledon
Soho Hotel
Covent Garden Hotel
Screen on the Green
Screen on Baker Street>
Riverside Studios, Hammersmith
Rio Cinema, Dalston
Greenwich Picturehouse
Clapham Picturehouse
Ritzy Picturehouse, Brixton
Everyman Belsize Park
Gate Picturehouse, Notting Hill
Lexi Cinema London
Vue Westfield

Around the UK:
Cameo Picturehouse Edinburgh
Cinema City Norwich
Barn Dartington
MacRoberts Arts Centre Sterling
Aberystwyth Arts Centre
Lighthouse Cinema, Dublin
Screen at Oxted
Screen at Reigate
Ritz Cinema, Belper
Screen at Winchester
City Screen Picturehouse, York
Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge
South Holland Centre Spalding Lincs
Station Cinema, Richmond Yorks
Rex Cinema, Berkhamsted
Forum Cinema, Hexham
The Electric, Birmingham
Duke of York's Picturehouse, Brighton
Picturehouse at FACT, Liverpool
Harbour Lights Picturehouse, Southampton
Stratford East Picturehouse
Scala Prestatyn
Regal Picturehouse, Henley-on-Thames
Chapter Cardiff
Glasgow Film Theatre
Little Theatre, Bath
Exeter Picturehouse
Phoenix Oxford
Corn Exchange Newbury
Belmont Picturehouse, Aberdeen
Stratford on Avon Picturehouse
Dukes Lancaster
Dundee Contemporary Arts
Cornerhouse Manchester

  • SileC

    Would just like to point out that Dublin is not in the UK.

  • David Walker

    Fair point, which perhaps means the BFI shouldn’t actually be offering a showing there.