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Women’s Work Season
From July through to September, we present a season of essential films that sees visionary women write, direct or take the lead.

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Cold War Book-to-Win

Book now for Cold War at Picturehouse Cinemas and be in with a chance of winning a trip to Paris for you and a lucky guest.

7 Aug 18 | By Milly Maloco
Ant-Man and the Incredible Shrinking Movies

To celebrate the release of Ant-Man and The Wasp, we're taking a look at just some of our favourite shrunken film stars.

6 Aug 18 | By Sarah Cook
BlackkKlansman

From visionary filmmaker Spike Lee comes the incredible true story of an American hero that's funny and righteously furious.

Release Date: 24th Aug, 2018 | By Damon Wise
Podcast | Pin Cushion, Interview with Deborah Haywood

We spoke to the director Deborah Haywood and star Joanna Scanlan of the curious and fantastical new film Pin Cushion.

19 Jul 18 | By Corrina Antrobus
Reviews Round-Up: First Reformed

The reviews are in for Paul Schrader's thrillingly fierce film, First Reformed, in cinemas now.

16 Jul 18 | By Milly Maloco
Podcast | Incredibles 2

Sam is joined by Incredibles 2 producers, John Walker and Nicole Paradis Grindle to discuss their latest film, Incredibles 2

13 Jul 18 | By Milly Maloco
Listen to the Picturehouse Podcast

Join Sam Clements and Simon Renshaw as they bring you interviews, reviews and news from cinema land.

Inside Picturehouse Special - Summer of Ghibli Season

Super fan and Film Analyst Adam Dobay discusses the Summer of Ghibli season and tells us exactly why Ghibli is so special

7 Aug 18 | By Felicity Beckett
Ant-Man and the Incredible Shrinking Movies

To celebrate the release of Ant-Man and The Wasp, we're taking a look at just some of our favourite shrunken film stars.

6 Aug 18 | By Sarah Cook
Inside Picturehouse: August

As the long hot summer continues, Flick takes a look at what's on our screens this August.

3 Aug 18 | By Felicity Beckett
Family Favourites At Picturehouse This August

Picturehouse Entertainment's Technical Co-ordinator and author and illustrator of children's book Flynn's Window, Liz Hakki, has hand-picked five of her favourite family flicks showing at Picturehouse cinemas this August.

1 Aug 18 | By Liz Hakki
The Producers Competition

To celebrate The Producers returning to our screens we're delighted to have three prize bundles to give away

30 Jul 18 | By Milly Maloco
An Ode to The Piano

Jane Campion's drama celebrates its 25th anniversary and kicks off our Women's Work season.

30 Jul 18 | By Sarah Cook
Find your cinema and book tickets

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Bring your teddy to Christopher Robin & have a popcorn on us

"What could be more important than a little something to eat" - Winnie the Pooh

16 Aug 18 | By Milly Maloco
Dog Friendly Screenings

Here at Picturehouse, we’re as big a fan of dogs as we are of cinema. With this in mind, we thought why not join the two.

15 Aug 18 | By Staff Writer
Could You Be Stylist's Next Film Critic?

Stylist are searching for the next wave of female film critics to write for their magazine. Could you be a part of it?

8 Aug 18 | By Corrina Antrobus
Cold War Book-to-Win

Book now for Cold War at Picturehouse Cinemas and be in with a chance of winning a trip to Paris for you and a lucky guest.

7 Aug 18 | By Milly Maloco
Picturehouse Central Opening Times

The Picturehouse Central Members’ Bar & Roof Terrace and the Restaurant & Bar are open every day from 12.00 till late (depending on film times).

3 Aug 18 | By Sarah Cook
Don't get FOMO (and claim a free popcorn!)

Subscribe to our emails to ensure you never miss out and claim a free popcorn on your next cinema visit.

1 Aug 18 | By John-Paul Pierrot
West Norwood Library & Picturehouse

Become a Founder Member of the latest addition of the Picturehouse family. Due to open summer 2018.

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NT Live '18/19 programme

We're delighted to announce additions to the NT Live 2018/19 programme, including Shakespeare’s great tragedy of politics, passion and power, Antony and Cleopatra and David Hare's I'm Not Running.

2 Jul 18 | By Milly Maloco
Podcast: The Opera House with Peter Gelb

Sam is joined by Peter Gelb, General Manager of the Met Opera House, to discuss the brand new documentary The Opera House and the history of live cinema broadcast as pioneered by the Met. Peter offers up some hot tips for must-sees in the next Met season.

29 Jun 18 | By Sam Clements
Everybody's talking about Screen Arts this July

An award-winning musical, a world-class Shakespeare production and operatic delights. Find out what's on this July.

22 Jun 18 | By John-Paul Pierrot
Students! See RSC Live: Romeo & Juliet for just £7.50

We're delighted to announce that students can enjoy RSC: Romeo & Juliet streamed live to cinemas for just £7.50

14 Jun 18 | By Milly Maloco
Metropolitan Opera 2018 Summer Encores

We’re delighted to announce the on-sale dates for the New York Metropolitan Opera 2018 Summer Encores

11 Jun 18 | By Milly Maloco
2018/19 Exhibition On Screen

Booking has now opened for the sixth season of Exhibition On Screen, bringing blockbuster art exhibitions from galleries around the world to cinemas.

1 Jun 18 | By Milly Maloco
Find your cinema and book tickets

Head on over to picturehouses.com to find out what’s on at your local Picturehouse.

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Don't Dream It... See It!

High heels meet high school in the latest offering from Picturehouse Culture Shock…

Release Date: 3rd Aug, 2018 | By Adam Smith
Cultured Club

The best in live drama, opera and dance brought to the big screen

Release Date: 3rd Aug, 2018 | By Ian Freer
To Infinity And Beyond!

Vintage Sundays celebrates the best in digital animation with our irresistible Pixar season...

Release Date: 3rd Aug, 2018 | By Adam Smith
Women's Work

Women have always been great storytellers. The word “saga” is also the name of the Nordic goddess of storytelling and ...

Release Date: 2nd Aug, 2018 | By Corrina Antrobus
The Miseducation Of Cameron Post

In this outstanding drama, director Desiree Akhavan exploits the dramatic and comic possibilities offered by a Christian Centre designed to turn gay teens straight.

Release Date: 7th Sep, 2018 | By Anna Smith
A Star Is Born

Following the rip-roaring success of La La Land, director Damien Chazelle and actor Ryan Gosling reunite to deliver a historic true story.

Release Date: 5th Oct, 2018 | By Neil Smith
The Genius of Hitchcock

Vintage Sundays celebrates one of the most influential filmmakers in the history of cinema with a season featuring 6 of his finest films.

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