A MYRIAD of arthouse films and theatre is coming to the Isle of Wight this week.

Tonight, Ventnor Arts Club is screening a double-bill ­— a Leonard Cohen spectacular ­— at 7pm.

The venue will be presenting two documentaries, I'm Your Man and Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love, both featuring the legendary singer-songwriter.

Tomorrow, at 5.30pm, Ventnor Arts Club is screening a live satellite broadcast of Madama Butterfly, direct from The Metropolitan Opera House.

In Anthony Minghella’s sweeping production, soprano, Hui He, takes on the heartbreaking title role of the doomed geisha, while tenor Andrea Care plays the part of the American naval officer who abandons her.

On Sunday, and Thursday, the club is showing its second live satellite broadcast of the week, 42nd Street, at 5pm.

A legendary Broadway theatre classic, starring Bonnie Langford, the musical features a show-stopping ensemble cast and iconic songs in 42nd Street, We’re In The Money and Lullaby Of Broadway.

Sunday night, The Piano Cafe in Freshwater is hosting The Natural World at 7.30pm ­— a collection of short films from around the world.

On Tuesday, Ventnor Film Society is screening comedy-drama, Women at War, at 7.30pm.

The Icelandic film follows the story of Halla ­— a quiet, middle-aged women, waging a one-woman war on the local aluminium industry, escalating from vandalism to all-out industrial sabotage.

When her application to adopt a Ukrainian orphan is accepted, she must balance her role as saboteur with the new responsibilities of motherhood.

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