551 Huron Street,
Stratford Ontario


November 17, 2019 @ 6:30 PM

The story of Harriet Tubman (Cynthia Erivo), who in 1849 at the age of 27, escapes the Maryland plantation on which she was born and raised, leaving her husband and family behind. Jumping into a raging river as she’s pursued by her captors, she survives and walks 100 miles to Philadelphia, where she’s finally free.

However, Harriet feels a responsibility to help other slaves, including her family members, to freedom as well, while keeping out of the clutches of her slave master Gideon (Joe Alwyn) who has made catching her his life’s mission.

Along the way, she meets northern blacks such as Marie (Janelle Monáe) and William Still (Leslie Odom, Jr.), who have property and have never lived in bondage, so although they agree to help her, they don’t really understand what she’s been through.

Over the next years, in the face of growing pre-Civil War adversity, Harriet makes numerous dangerous missions to free dozens of other slaves through the Underground Railroad.


Starting Friday November 15th!

Fri  Nov 15 – 7:15

Sat Nov 16 – 2:00  & 7:15

Sun Nov 17 – 2:00  & 7:00

Mon Nov 18 – 7:00

Tues Nov 19 –  7:00

Wed Nov 20 – 7:00

Thurs Nov 21 – 7:00


Warnings: Violence, Coarse Language, Theme of Discrimination

126 Minutes