08 Nov 19
It's November already and many of us are wondering where 2019 went in such a hurry. This means that our favourite end-of-year festivities are kicking off. Our Christmas gift shop is open and our cinemas are Christmas-ready, prepping that decor for the tidings that are approaching.
We're here to help make gift-giving that much easier. If you know a film-lover, movie buff, cinephile, movie enthusiast or general cinema-goer, perhaps we can help. Giving the love of cinema to someone special will be something they can enjoy, and we've something for everyone.
Our Gift Boxes are beautiful blue boxes that have a world of Picturehouse goodness inside. After unboxing, you'll find 2 Adult tickets, 2 drink vouchers, and a voucher for a large scrumptious popcorn.
Gift boxes cost £30 at Regional Cinemas and £40 and London cinemas (including Picturehouse Central and Fulham Road). These can only be purchased at your local Picturehouse. We are working very hard at getting these online, but sadly they won't be available in time for Christmas.
The gift of giving just got bigger! We will give £1 to our charity partner Refuge for every Gift Box sold.
Refuge is a charity registered in England and Wales, number 277424.
The UK Jewish Film Festival takes place between 6-21 Nov at a selection of our cinemas. Bringing Jewish related films to the widest possible audience for you to enjoy.
Sam Clements and Corrina Antrobus talk about what they've recently seen at the cinema, including Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. Plus, Sam talks to Quentin Tarantino!
We spoke to director Nadine Labaki (Capernaum, Caramel).
Neil Smith takes a look at Ron Howard's defining biopic about astonishing opera singer Luciano Pavarotti, as he swaps big-screen blockbusters for one of the biggest voices of them all.
Be Manzini joins us for a post-screening poetry workshop inspired by The Last Tree