MEMO Arts Centre, Barry, will be screening three films, with the first starting on Monday, February 13.

Live By Night (15) will be show on the Monday, Wednesday, February 15 and Friday, February 17.

Liquor is flowing, bullets are flying, and one man sets out to make his mark on the world.

Prohibition has given rise to an endless network of underground distilleries, speakeasies, gangsters, and corrupt cops.

Joe Coughlin, the son of a prominent Boston police captain, has long since turned his back on his strict and proper upbringing to enjoy the spoils, thrills and notoriety of being an outlaw.

Showing from Friday, February 17 to Thursday, February 23, will be Manchester By The Sea (15).

When Lee Chandler learns that his brother has suddenly passed away, he has to return to his hometown, Manchester By The Sea, to help with preparations for the funeral.

Lee left Manchester years ago, and he hates going back there.

Upon learning that he’s been made the legal guardian of his nephew Patrick, he’s put in an impossible situation: he can’t bear to stay in Manchester, but he can’t abandon Patrick.

Tickets to see Live By Night and Manchester By The Sea cost £6 each in advance or £4 for concessions and £3 for under-16s. Tickets purchased on the door cost £6.50 each or £4.50 for concessions and £3.50 for under-16s.

Showing from Friday, February 17 to Thursday, February 23 will be family friendly film Sing (U).

Sing is the story of Buster Moon, a dapper, down-on-his-luck koala whose theatre has fallen on hard times.

In a last-ditch attempt to save it, he organises a singing competition. It’s open to everyone, and everyone turns up: Rosita, a pig who used to sing but gave it up to have a family; Ash, a punk rock porcupine; and Johnny, a gorilla torn between his family’s criminal gang and his showbiz dreams.

Tickets to see Sing cost £3 in advance or £3.50 on the door.

For more information about any of the screenings or for tickets ring the box office on 01446 738622, email or visit