19 May 21
We are so excited to welcome you all back to our screens! To celebrate the reopening of our cinemas—and the perfect excuse to get dressed up for a trip to your local Picturehouse—sister jewellery brands Scream Pretty and Lily Charmed are offering a £250 voucher to help you get back to the big screen in style!
We've all missed going out. All you have to do is tag a friend (or friends) you miss going out to the cinema with, along with the hashtag #PrettyCharmed and tag @Picturehouses, @ScreamPretty and @LilyCharmed on Twitter. Or head over to our Facebook to comment on the competition post.
The competition closes on 19 June 2021.
Open to UK residents only. Entrants must be at least 18 years old. The winner will be picked at random and contacted via their method of entry. Our standard competition terms and conditions apply. There will be one winner only. The winner will be able to choose whether they want their voucher for Scream Pretty or Lily Charmed.
One exceptionally creative family, two fun and quirky brands bringing a slice of magic to our jewellery needs.
Lucy Lee began her jewellery journey in 2011, with just 10 designs to begin with. This was the perfect opportunity to create some creative magic of her own—and the opportunity to get in on that work, life balance that would allow her to spend more time with her family—after a lustrous career in live TV (including Strictly Come Dancing).
Lily Charmed brings us unique charms inspired jewellery to help celebrate people, their stories, and the beautiful sentiment of gifting.
Fast forward to 2016. Lucy Lee and her sister Jessica Pearce created the award-winning jewellery brand Scream Pretty. Their gorgeous pieces add an edge to your everyday style with jewellery that is luxe, affordable and sustainable.
Both brands use recycled quality 925 sterling silver, Gold plated sterling silver and 9-carat gold with semi-precious and precious gemstones.
James Mottram Rupert Goold's Judy, starring Renée Zellweger. Out in cinemas Web 2 Sep.
Ella Kemp finds out that the only way to tell his story is to live his fantasy. This is a film that takes stock of John's life and launches its own toe-tapping fairytale into the stratosphere.
Join us for the National Lottery Cinema Weekend on 19 & 20 June and see a film for free!
Sam is joined by Corrina Antrobus, Codie Entwistle and Clare Binns to look back on the cinematic highlights of 2018.
Picturehouse Cinemas run regular screenings to provide people with autism, sensory sensitivity, learning disabilities and/or additional needs with the opportunity to enjoy a trip to the cinema.