19 Jul 22
This summer, York's very own City Screen Picturehouse will open its doors for their first-ever Summer Sizzler!
From Monday 25 July to Friday 2 September, visitors can get tickets for any film for just £7.99 – that's all the best new blockbusters and family movies, as well as Picturehouse's curated arthouse line-up and regular screenings of vintage classics. It's even better value for Picturehouse Members, who can enjoy tickets for just £4.99!
We've got a great summer of big screen-worthy cinema ahead, from Where The Crawdads Sing (22 Jul), a dramatic adaptation of Delia Owens' best-selling novel, to action-thriller Bullet Train (5 Aug) starring Brad Pitt, and Jordan Peele's latest blockbuster horror Nope (Aug 12) – all of which City Screen-ers can catch at the new discounted price.
There's also a chance to revisit some film history, with our reDiscover strand celebrating the work of Wim Wenders, our Kids In America season dedicated to '90s American teen movies, and European Summers, which brings all the joy of a summer holiday to the big screen with some timeless continental favourites.
Plus, it's even better for families: on weekdays children's tickets will be just £4.99, and you can save even more with our best-in-town Family Ticket deal, where adults pay kids prices. Our Kids' Club and Toddler Time screenings stay at just £3 too.
Terms & Conditions
The City Screen Summer Sizzler offer can be redeemed online, on the phone, or at the box office. Offer valid at City Screen, York only.
The offer is valid from 06.00 GMT on Friday 25 July 2022 and expires at 11.59pm GMT on Friday 2 September 2022.
Offer is valid on Picturehouse Outdoors, York Museum Gardens.
Promotion not valid in conjunction with any other offer or discount. No cash alternatives.
Promotion not valid on premium priced events. Happy Monday will not be taking place during this offer period.
Offer is subject to availability.
Picturehouse may change or withdraw the offer or any part of it at any time without prior notice.
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