06 Sep 19
Switching your Picturehouse Membership onto Direct Debit payment couldn't be easier. Not only does it save you having to schedule a reminder to yourself to renew each year, it also gives you three months' free Membership as a bonus for signing up (15 months for the price of 12, in the first year only).
Naturally, you are covered by the Direct Debit Guarantee, so you can cancel at any time without penalty, and also without loss of the additional three free months. In short, you have nothing to lose by setting up Direct Debit – and everything to gain! To read more about the Direct Debit Guarantee, see here.
Simply download the Direct Debit Mandate and return it by post to the address on the form. Please write your Membership number at the top of the form so that our Customer Service team can easily locate your record. We will add on three months' free Membership upon receipt of your Direct Debit Mandate.
Before applying for Direct Debit, please check your bank account to ensure that you do not already have an existing DD instruction in place with us – thank you.
If you have fewer than 28 days remaining on your current Membership, your renewal should be paid by debit or credit card. In this instance, Direct Debit is set up to cover next year's payment and thereafter. Direct Debit cannot be used to pay for this Membership renewal.
Any questions? Our Customer Service team is on hand to help with any Direct Debit questions you may have. Contact us by email at [email protected]; or Tweet us @pic_help; or telephone us on 020 7733 2229. We can be contacted seven days a week between 21.30 and 20.30.
The wonderful Florence Pugh talks about the excitement around Greta Gerwig's Little Women and how even being considered for a role was a career highlight.
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.
We talk to Jonathan Groff and Josh Gadd for a Frozen II.
James Mottram Rupert Goold's Judy, starring Renée Zellweger. Out in cinemas Web 2 Sep.
With this year's Cannes Film Festival cancelled, Clare Binns, Picturehouse Joint Managing Director, took the opportunity to look back over the last ten years of the festival, picking out twelve of the very best films that have premiered there.