23 Oct 18
Here at Picturehouse, we're as big a fan of dogs as we are of cinema. With this in mind, we thought why not join the two. Our Dog-Friendly Screenings have been running with huge success for over a year sending tails wagging nationwide.
Every month or so, well-behaved dogs and their friendly owners are welcome at a select film screening which usually takes place on Sunday morning. It's a great way for dog owners to enjoy cinema without having to leave their best friend at home and to meet fellow dog-owning film fans.
We always have snacks and water ready and ensure all dogs sit on a blanketed seat as to avoid any hairs or mess. After the event, the screen is thoroughly cleaned making sure those furry cinephiles leave no trace behind. To further cater to cinema-loving pooches, the volume is dipped as we know they have superhero hearing powers.
The next Dog-Friendly Screening will be placed on this blog post so watch this space. Additionally, sign up to your local Picturehouse Cinema newsletter to be sure you know when the next event is and you and your dog don't miss out.
Before you book your ticket, make sure you take a look at our Dog-Friendly Screening policy.
This policy concerns pet dogs; it does not apply to assistance dogs.
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