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A lurid, dizzyingly inventive thriller from Korean maestro Park Chan-wook (Old Boy). It is the 1930s, and Korea is occupied by the decadent Japanese. Under the direction of a skilled con-artist known as The Count, wily thief Sook-hee poses as a handmaiden to win the trust of fragile Japanese heiress Hideko. The plan: to convince Hideko to elope with The Count, whereupon he’ll commit her to an insane asylum and steal all her money. Lauded in competition at this year’s Cannes, The Handmaiden is seductive, kinky, and devilishly good fun.
|Fri 11 Nov 2016||20:30 to 00:00|
|Mon 14 Nov 2016||16:00 to 00:00|
SE 297338 53.80038 -1.54971
By Road: From all directions head into Leeds city centre, upon arrival at the city follow signs for the city loop road (the one way system around the city centre). The Town Hall is found at junction 3 of the loop, and parking is found in nearby streets and The Light car park.
By Public Transport: From Leeds City Station, exit the station by the Queens hotel. Cross the road to the Park Plaza hotel and head straight up Park Row. Turn left at the crossroads at the junction with The Headrow, the Town Hall is found at the next crossroads. If travelling by bus, from Leeds Bus Station walk up New York Street to Kirkgate Market. Turn right into Vicar Lane and then at the crossroads, turn left to The Headrow. Walk for approximately five minutes and you will arrive outside the Town Hall
- Baby changing facilities
- Coach parties accepted
- Credit cards accepted (no fee)
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
- Facilities for groups
- On-site light refreshments
- Accepts groups
- Facilities for conferencing
- Facilities for corporate hospitality