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3rd December 2019 7:45 pm

 

Ricky takes an opportunity as a self-employed delivery driver but quickly discovers it’s not as rosy as it seems. Between the pressures of work and zero hours contract, the struggle to make ends meet takes its toll on their family. From director Ken Loach comes another arresting tale of the difficulties faced in modern Britain. Starring Kris Hitchen, Debbie Honeywood, Rhys Stone, and Katie Proctor. 

Since the financial crash of 2008, Ricky (Kris Hitchen) has had it tough trying to keep his family out of debt. After drifting between jobs over the years, Ricky sees an opportunity to take back some control over his life as a self-employed delivery driver.

Initially considering the fresh start as a chance at freedom, Ricky soon discovers the pressures and uncertainty of working in the gig economy. His wife Abbie (Debbie Honeywood), a carer on a zero-hours contract, is also struggling to make enough to get by and the pair’s inconsistent income stretches their resources.

All the while, their eldest son, Seb (Rhys Stone), regularly finds himself in trouble. Looking at his parents’ own financial struggles casts doubt on his own future, and he begins to question why he should be working hard at school if there are no prospects out there.

As work pulls the parents in different directions, and money worries mount up, can the family survive?

Kris Hitchen (Thick as Steves’), Debbie Honeywood (Vera), and newcomers Rhys Stone, and Katie Proctor star in this heart-wrenching drama about the problems of zero-hours contracts and the gig economy in Britain. Ken Loach (I, Daniel Blake) directs his latest film about the social injustices faced by ordinary people.

Cert: 15

Running time: 1hr 41mins

Details

Date:
3rd December 2019
Time:
7:45 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Cinema
United Kingdom

Other

Price:
£9.50/£10.50 (Premium Seats)
Mornings and matinees: £7.50/£8.50 (Premium seats)
Concessions and members discounts apply
Show Times:
Fri 29th Nov at 7.45pm
Sat 30th Nov at 7.45pm
Sun 1st Dec at 4.30pm
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Tues 3rd Dec at 7.45pm
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Thurs 5th Dec at 7.45pm

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