25 Aug 20
The next addition to the Picturehouse family has been announced! Finsbury Park Picturehouse will be a beautiful new-build cinema opening later this year, with a Members' Bar and café. Become a Founder Member now and not only will you enjoy all the usual great benefits of Picturehouse Membership, but your support will go down in history too. Picturehouse Membership lasts one year but as a Founder Member you will get an extra three months free from the date the cinema opens.
Join us today and you'll receive all of the following:
Founder Members' Wall
The first 2000 people to join will get their names integrated into the fabric of the cinema, with a specially commissioned Founder Members' Wall.
Founder Members' benefits:
Plus Regular Members' benefits:
Whether you're a regular Joe, Thelma and Louise, Humphrey Bogart or Ferris Bueller, we have a Membership option to suit you. Plus, the first 2000 people will become Founder Members.
Perfect for those who want to share their cinema experience with others. With Member Plus you get 10 free tickets instead of the usual 8. You can bring up to three guests to any performance at the Members' price. You also get an additional Membership card, so a significant other in your life can use the account too!
For your regular cinema-goer, includes 6 free tickets instead of the usual 4.
2 free tickets that can be used at all London cinemas (excluding Picturehouse Central and Fulham Road Picturehouse) and those Picturehouses outside of London. Plus 25% off food and drink! Available to those in full-time secondary or higher education (age 15+), including mature students. You must bring proof of status to the cinema.
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