WE HAVE some great one-off events coming your way.

With the start of our Royal Opera House Cinema season coming very soon there will be plenty of ballets and operas to tickle everyone’s fancy.

First I’d like to mention the next Keighley Film Club showing which is A Man Called Ove (15).

Ove, an ill-tempered, isolated retiree who spends his days enforcing housing block rules and visiting his wife’s grave, has finally given up life, but an unlikely friendship develops with his boisterous new neighbours.

This will be screened on Sunday, October 15 with the film starting at 6pm.

We kick off the ROH Cinema season with the beautifully-choreographed ballet Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (12a), which will be streamed via satellite state to the big screen from the Royal Opera House in London on October 23.

Some of you may have seen the trailer for this and I must say it looks brilliant!

With bright, fun and energetic performances, this one’s going to be popular, but don’t worry, advance tickets are available from our website along with details of the rest of the season.

In case you’re not at your PC, here’s a brief summary of the season to come: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (October 23), The Nutcracker (December 5), Rigoletto (January 10), Tosca (February 7), The Winter’s Tale (February 28), Carmen (March 6) and Swan Lake (July 12).

Don’t forget to put these operas and ballets in your diary as we only show them once, and you really don’t want to miss out on this year’s exciting season!

We screened previews of The Lego Ninjago Movie (U) last weekend, and with half-term soon upon us this film should be a great one for the kids (and adults too!).

Shunned by everyone for being the son of an evil warlord, a teenager seeks to defeat him with the help of his fellow ninjas.

So if it’s pouring down outside don’t fret, come on down. You can even have a spin of our Lego Ninjago standee and see what characters you can make – the staff are loving playing with this so I’m sure you all will too!

The Lego Batman film kept me laughing all the way though so I’m hoping this will’s just as good or even better.

With outstanding reviews across the board, Blade Runner 2049 (15) has fans of the original and critics excited.

We’re all expecting this one to break some box office records, but don’t take our word for it, come down and see for yourself. Don’t forget to let us know what you think too, as we’re always grateful to hear what you all think.

Historic films are doing great this year, and The Death of Stalin (15) is one that we may possibly book so keep an eye out. The film follows the Soviet dictator’s last days and depicts the chaos of the regime after his death.

The Death of Stalin, directed byArmando Iannucci, chronicles the Soviet power struggles prompted by the death of Joseph Stalin in 1953.

It is based on the graphic novel of the same name, translated from the French original La mort de Staline. Jeffrey Tambor as Georgy Malenkov.

The film stars Steve Buscemi, Olga Kurylenko, Michael Palin, Paddy Considine, Jason Isaacs and Paul Whitehouse.