Clubs and groups


Silver Screen screening

Reduced ticket price plus free refreshments in our café-bar for over 60s.


Kids’ Club screening

A Saturday children’s matinee of a recent hit or an old favourite, plus fun activities.


Big Scream screening

At Big Scream club we screen films exclusively for parents with babies under one year old.


Autism-Friendly screening

Especially for people on the autism spectrum and their families, friends and carers. Some people with autism are sensitive to sound and light and they can find going to the cinema difficult.


Toddler Time

Is especially designed to introduce children to the big screen, featuring 30-minute shows for pre-school children and their parents / carers

Admission is just &gbp;3 per child, accompanying adults free, when they become members of Toddler Time (free to join - please ask at the Box Office or call 0871 902 5747). Otherwise the usual adult matinee and child prices apply. Toddler Time is free for babies under one year old.

What's on Next 7 Days

  • 22 June 2017 - 1 October 2017

A Public Art Project by Mark Titchner The Turnpike, LeighSat 10 June - Sun 31 December 2017 Olivia, 2017Window Vinyl; contra vision; 380cm x 760cmThe words “Always be happy” by Olivia Taberner set on a radiant fuchsia pink, patterned desi...

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Saturday 25 March – Sunday 31 DecemberHull Central Library, Albion Street HU1 3TF, FREELibrary opening times click here   What I want more than anything else is a project by London-based artist Mark Titchner, involving individuals aged 13...

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A Public Art Project by Mark Titchner Burnley Youth Theatre15 July - 31 December 2017 Newly commissioned artworks by Mark Titchner, exhibited throughout Burnley Youth Theatre will include: two exterior banners on the buildings facade, fiv...

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A Public Art Project by Mark Titchner Burnley CollegeSat 15 July - 31 December 2017 Artworks to be confirmed shortly. Burnley College | Artist Talk: Mark TitchnerThursday 28 September, 2-3pmTo coincide with new public artworks being inst...

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