Nationwide Presents Happy Mondays

As part of their PayDay SaveDay initiative, Nationwide are supporting our Happy Mondays screenings.

Tom Dwyer

04 Sep 19

With our Happy Mondays offer, all tickets for all films are at a reduced price every Monday*. We've teamed up with Nationwide as they launch their new PayDay SaveDay campaign. Their aim is to help get everyone into the savings habit, by encouraging us all to put some money away every pay day. No matter how much or little you save, you'll find it's easier to do it the day you're paid rather than waiting to save what's left at the end of the month. And as Happy Mondays makes your trip to the cinema that bit cheaper, it's another opportunity to put a little bit away.

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What's on this week 

It: Chapter Two 

The much anticipated conclusion to Muschietti's supernatural clown nightmare, based on the novel by Stephen King. After the Losers' Club defeated the shape-shifting, child-devouring Pennywise all those years ago, the group of childhood friends have drifted apart, away from Derry and the terrible memories the town holds. Only Mike never left. Despite Pennywise's banishment, an evil presence lurks, and there are unexplained and reoccurring hate crimes in the town. Then, after 27 years, the creature remerges in shocking fashion and children of Derry start to disappear once more. To fulfil its pledge, the Losers' Club must now regroup and destroy the clown, and it falls to Mike to summon his former colleagues. But IT has returned stronger and more sinister, and it waits and watches for a chance to exact its horrifying, wrathful vengeance.

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Inna De Yard

A portrait of a group of pioneering reggae musicians, 'Inna De Yard' captures the ongoing relevance of reggae and its social values, and the music's passion to revitalize an older generation while passing it on to younger listeners.

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Once Upon a Time In… Hollywood 

Los Angeles, 1969. As everything changes around them, fading TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his long-time stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) try to make it in big an industry they no longer recognise. For his ninth film, Tarantino weaves together a large ensemble cast and multiple storylines in a fairy-tale tribute to the final moments of Hollywood's golden age.

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*Happy Mondays prices:

Picturehouse Central: £10.70 for members, £13.70 for general admission

Harbour Lights, Stratford upon Avon: £5.50 for members, £7.50 for general admission

All other cinemas: £5.70 for members, £7.70 for general admission

Picturehouse general terms of admissions apply