Our Story

Located on Ealing Broadway at the heart of one of London's most historic film locations, Ealing Picturehouse is an eight-screen cinema, café and bar that pays homage to both the work of the venerable film production studio Ealing Studios and the location's former cinema lives. 

Originally built in 1934 as the Forum Cinema, the space has had many cinema guises in the near-century that's followed – and Ealing Picturehouse unites all those influences to showcase the very best that the world of film has to offer, from the blockbuster to the arthouse. 

Ealing Picturehouse
Unit 8
Filmworks Walk
Ealing, London
W5 5FA

Ticket Prices


Friday after 17.00. All day on Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays.

Adult    £15.30

Member    £12.30

Retired    £13.80

Retired Member    £10.80

Student    £13.80

Student Member    £10.80

Child    £9.10

Family*    £34.40
(four people, including at least two children)


Tuesday to Thursday after 17.00.

Adult    £14.90

Member    £11.90

Retired    £13.40

Retired Member    £10.40

Student    £13.40

Student Member    £10.40

Child    £8.90

Family*    £33.60
(four people, including at least two children)


Tuesday to Friday before 17.00.

Adult    £12.30 

Member    £9.30 

Retired    £10.80 

Retired Member    £7.80 

Student    £10.80 

Student Member    £7.80 

Child    £8.30 

Family*    £31.20
(four people including at least two children)

Happy Mondays

All day Monday (Excluding Bank Holidays)

Adult    £8.20 

Member    £5.20 

Retired    £8.20 

Retired Member    £5.20 

Student    £8.20 

Student Member    £5.20 

Child    £6.20 

Family*    £23.60
(four people, including at least two children)

Please note that peak or altered pricing may apply for certain films, special events and holiday periods. More information on pricing is available in our FAQs and Terms & Conditions.

We add a 70p booking fee per ticket (excluding tickets for Picturehouse Members) to bookings made online or over the phone. This fee doesn't apply to tickets you buy in person at the cinema.

3D films may cost £1.30 extra per person, not including 3D glasses (you can buy these at the cinema for an extra £1, free for Members, or bring your own).

*Family tickets are for four people, at least two of whom must be under 15. Not applicable to premium-priced screenings.

Have a question about our prices? We might have the answer in our FAQs.

Clubs & Groups


Tickets are £3.30 for all.

Our Autism-Friendly screenings take place regularly.

At these screenings, we strive to create an environment that is welcoming for people with a range of conditions such as autism, learning disabilities and cognitive disorders.

Watch with Baby

Regular ticket prices apply.

The Watch with Baby club is for parents and guardians with babies under one year old.

Watch with Baby screening times vary.

Adults are only admitted if accompanying a baby. Babies go Free.

Kids' Club   

Tickets are £3.30 for all.

The Kids' Club is every Saturday morning.

Adults are only admitted if accompanying a child 


Tickets are £4.30 for all.

Our Dementia-Friendly screenings are open to all but cater especially for people living with dementia. 

Free tea/coffee and biscuits are served before the film, and there's also a short interval.

Click here for upcoming screenings.

Discover / Rediscover   

New and classic films on the big screen where they belong.

Silver Screen


Silver Screen is a free-to-join club for the over-60s.

Enjoy discounted tickets and free tea or coffee at our Silver Screen shows.

Non-members are welcome - the usual ticket prices apply. 

Screenings are Tuesday and Thursdays before 5pm. Click here for upcoming screenings.

Screen Arts   

Ticket prices vary.

Bringing world-class productions of theatre, ballet, opera and live music to the big screen.



U25 is for anyone ages 16–25. Signing up to U25 is FREE.  Members have access to discounted tickets at any time Monday to Thursday when booked online and via the Picturehouse App only.


Travel Information

By Bus

The 207 & SL8 runs frequently between Uxbridge and Shepherd's Bush.

The 83 (Hendon to Ealing Hospital) and 65 (Kingston to Ealing Broadway) both pass Longfield Avenue.

A number of more local buses terminate at Haven Green, a short walk from Ealing Picturehouse.

By Train

Nearest National Rail station is Ealing Broadway

By Tube

Ealing Broadway station on the Elizabeth, District & Central Line

By Foot

500 metre walk from Ealing Broadway Station

On leaving the station, turn left onto The Broadway, and proceed along west along New Broadway

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