Thirteen-year-old Kayla endures the tidal wave of contemporary suburban adolescence as she makes her way through the last week of middle school – the end of her thus far disastrous eighth grade year – before she begins high school. The directorial debut from comedian, musician and filmmaker Bo Burnham.
Eighth Grade is in cinemas on Fri 26 April.
How to get your ticket:
Tickets, as always, are exclusive to students across the land. To sign up for a free E4 Slackers Club membership, simply pop into your local Picturehouse Cinema with valid student ID. Once a member, you can visit your nearest Picturehouse Cinema to collect your free ticket from the Box Office, or book online.
To book your Slackers Club ticket online, Slackers Club Members must sign-in to the website in order to access the Slackers Club free ticket.
If you haven’t already, you must Activate your card online to create your online password: https://ticketing.picturehouses.com/Browsing/Loyalty/ActivateCard
Find your cinema:
Clapham Picturehouse | 20:30
Crouch End Picturehouse | 18:00
East Dulwich Picturehouse & Café | 18:00
Greenwich Picturehouse | 20:30
Hackney Picturehouse | 20:30
Picturehouse Central | 21:00
Ritzy, Brixton | 20:30
Stratford East Picturehouse | 18:30
West Norwood Picturehouse | 18:00
Ashford Picturehouse | 20:15
The Little Theatre Cinema, Bath | 20:30
Picturehouse at National Media Museum, Bradford | 20:45
Duke’s at Komedia, Brighton | 18:00
Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge | 21:00
The Cameo, Edinburgh | 20:45
Exeter Picturehouse | 18:00
Regal Picturehouse, Henley-On-Thames | 20:30
Picturehouse at FACT, Liverpool | 18:00
Cinema City, Norwich | 20:45
Phoenix Picturehouse, Oxford | 20:30
Harbour Lights Picturehouse, Southampton | 21:00
Stratford-Upon-Avon Picturehouse | 18:00
City Screen, York | 21:30