The Little Theatre Cinema was built by community theatre pioneer Consuelo de Reyes and her husband in 1935. It initially functioned as a news theatre showing hourly programmes of documentaries and newsreels. Feature films were first shown in 1939, the first two being PEG OF OLD DRURY starring Anna Neagle followed by OH MR PORTER starring Will Hay. During his time exiled in Bath, Ethiopian Emporer Haile Selassie was a frequent visitor.
The cinema thrived on local support throughout the years as other Bath cinema venues closed, and in 1979 the former scenery store and lounge area were converted into a second screen. In spite of many refurbishments, The Little Theatre Cinema has retained the charm and welcoming warmth of a 1930s cinema, including a balcony in the main auditorium.
Retired Member £8.90
Student Member £8.90
Retired Member £7.10
Student Member £7.10
Retired Member £5.70
Student Member £5.70
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 cost £1.30 extra per person, not including 3D glasses (you can buy these at the cinema for an extra 70p, 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.
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The following bus routes run close to the cinema: 4, 9, A4, 19, 19A, 37, 39, 21, 1, 5, U5.
Most bus routes end at the Bath Spa Bus Station which is roughly the same distance from the rail station (7-min walk).
The nearest train station is Bath Spa (7-minute walk). For up-to-date travel information visit nationalrail.co.uk.
There are limited parking spaces in the area. For more information visit visitbath.co.uk.