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DIRECTED BY MIKE LEIGH

Peterloo 2018

Peterloo

Directed by

Starring

Rory Kinnear
Maxine Peake
Pearce Quigley
David Moorst
Rachel Finnegan
Tom Meredith
Simona Bitmate
Robert Wilfort
Karl Johnson
Sam Troughton
Roger Sloman
Kenneth Hadley
Tom Edward-Kane
Lizzy McInnerny
Alastair Mackenzie
Neil Bell
Lisa Millett
Philip Jackson
John-Paul Hurley
Tom Gill
Lizzie Frain
Harry Hepple
Ian Mercer
Adam Long
Nico Mirallegro
Danny Kirrane
Johnny Byrom
Victor McGuire
Steven Wight
Ryan Pope
Dorothy Atkinson
Tim McInnerny
Marion Bailey
Vincent Franklin
Jeff Rawle
Eileen Davies
Philip Whitchurch
Martin Savage
Al Weaver
David Bamber
David Fielder
Fine Time Fontayne
Robert Gillespie
Jonathan Jaynes
Nicholas Lumley
Shaun Prendergast
Alan Williams
Dorothy Duffy
Victoria Moseley
Christine Bottomley
Samantha Edwards
Julie Hesmondhalgh
Kate Rutter
Mary West
Joseph Kloska
Leo Bill
Brian Fletcher
Gary Cargill
Patrick Kennedy
Guy Williams
Oliver Ashworth
James Benson
Lee Boardman
Paul Bown
Mark Braithwaite
Philip Martin Brown
Michael Chadwick
Michael Cobb
Ian Conningham
Robert Cox
Sarah Crowden
Michael Culkin
Ian Davies
Tristram Davies
Nick Davison
Oliver Devoti
Shawn Dixon
James Dryden
Jim English
Marc Esse
Karl Farrer
Mike Firth
Mark Fisher
Callum Forman
Steve Garti
Liam Gerrard
Richard Glaves
Sam Graham
Scott Haining
Liv Hansen
Connor Haywood
Paul Hedley
Polly Hemingway
Eloise Henwood
James Heron
Moke Hilding
David Hounslow
Finley Howard
Steve Huison
Paul Kynman
Stuart D. Latham
Jason Lines
Keith Lomas
David Macey
Teresa Mahoney
Gerald Maliqi
Martyn Mayger
Christopher McMullen
Alex McNally
Bryony Miller
Catherine Monfils
Melanie Nute
Kieran O'Brien
Dan Poole
Paul Popplewell
Kaj Prasal
Blanard Prior-Byrne
Miles Richardson
Steve Rollins
Mark Ryan
Darren Scott
Jaime Seal
Adam Shaw
Mick Slaney
Tudor Smith
Andrew Snow
Michael Southgate
Karol Steele
Ellen Claire Sutherland
Charlie Tighe
Jeremy Todd
Alicia Turner
Jessie Vinning
Antony Barlow
Richard Price
Guillaume Rivaud
Grace Stottor
Patricia Winker
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UK release date UK release: 2nd November 2018
 BBFC Age Rating:  12A age rating
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £1.3 Million

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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£1,258,643
3069
Peterloo
3070

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 12A
Genres
Popular in these countries
  • Finland Finland
UK Box Office Info

Highest chart position: 10

Weeks on box office: 2

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
Peterloo
10N
£348,697
£348,697
15
£151,472
£726,747
16
£57,872
£963,138
16▲▼
£35,928
£1,067,950
21
£17,144
£1,127,072
22
£15,200
£1,171,310
28
£5,150
£1,194,144
34
£751
£1,202,583
26
£1,451
£1,209,912
29
£4,440
£1,216,042
29▲▼
£3,895
£1,224,315
35
£379
£1,232,019
33
£472
£1,258,643
US Box Office Info

Highest US chart position: 32

Weeks on US box office: 3

US Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
46N
$26,002
$26,002
47
$32,498
$64,579
32
$38,065
$117,936
Global Box Office Release Breakdown
No global box office info
News from around the web
Peterloo  Digit Mon, 30th August 2021

Improvising filmmaker Mike Leigh: 'I never go away and write dialogue and come back with it on paper'  Independent.ie Sun, 29th August 2021

How bad is Mike Leigh’s ‘Peterloo’? Let's call it a failure of epic proportions  AZCentral Thu, 18th April 2019

‘Peterloo’ Review: Political Violence of the Past Mirrors the Present  The New York Times Thu, 4th April 2019

Film Preview: September 2021  The Edinburgh Reporter Fri, 3rd September 2021

Film of the day: Peterloo – OnTheBox  OntheBox Mon, 16th August 2021

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Peterloo

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Directed by Mike Leigh Peterloo stars Maxine Peake and Rory Kinnear and is released in the UK on 2nd November 2018.

It has been given a 12A rating in the UK by the BBFC for moderate violence, language.