07 Jan 20
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Members also get great discounts for our Vintage Sundays programme (classic films back on the big screen, where they belong). Tickets are only £5 for Members.
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Here at Picturehouse, we're dedicated to making cinema accessible to everyone. From our money-saving Family Ticket offer to special programmes for children of all ages; there's a lot on offer to help your little ones regularly enjoy the magic of cinema. Over 60s can join Silver Screen for discounted tickets on select shows every week and students can attend free previews every month with E4 Big Screen Previews
We're also the first cinema group to introduce Autism-Friendly and Dementia-Friendly screenings. These special shows are tailored specifically to create a welcoming environment for their audiences.
Keep an eye on the Picturehouse Presents for everything curated by the Picturehouse film team including the very popular Dog-Friendly screenings. Woof!
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Featuring exclusive film previews, interviews and much more, Picturehouse Recommends magazine is your essential film guide. As a Member, you can opt-in to receive the magazine in the post via your MyPicturehouse online account. Make sure you're address is up to date too!
Rosé is undeniably the drink for balmy summer days and long, bright evenings. Film writer Jamie Ford introduces two of our favourites.
Picturehouse Entertainment's very own Paul Ridd talks about the exciting rollercoaster of a ride that is finding new films to release.
Damon Wise talks about US sleeper hit Eighth Grade, a heart-melting study of teenage anxiety written and directed by YouTube comedian Bo Burnham.
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.
Acclaimed French director Jacques Audiard’s latest film couldn’t be more different from the cerebral dramas that made his name.