As World Cup fever sweeps the nation, we’re pleased to bring you one of the most compelling dramas of the summer. The BBC’s coverage of England v Sweden will be broadcast live at select Picturehouse Cinemas on Saturday.
Entry is completely free and tickets are allocated on a first come, first served basis. Tickets can be claimed at the box office of participating cinemas only (see below) and are available now (subject to availability).
Only those with valid tickets will be allowed entry to the screen to watch the game.
The match will be broadcast live from 2.30pm on Saturday 7 July. Kick-off at 3.00pm. It is advised to come early in order to claim tickets. Ticketholders must be seated by kick-off.
Join us and experience the grand spectacle of the World Cup on a cinema screen. All our auditoria are air-conditioned and fully-licensed so cool off, grab a drink from the bar and enjoy the beautiful game in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
That’s right, we’ll be swapping Tom Hardy for Jamie Vardy as Gareth Southgate’s England team take on Sweden in the Quarter Finals of the World Cup, live from the Samara Arena in Russia. Football’s own Citizen Kane (goal machine Harry) will be leading the line for the Three Lions in what promises to be an edge of your seat action-thriller. Let’s hope for a Hollywood ending.
The full line-up of Picturehouses showing the match on the big screen:
- Clapham Picturehouse
- East Dulwich Picturehouse & Café
- Greenwich Picturehouse
- The Ritzy, Brixton
- Picturehouse Central, London’s West End
- Stratford Picturehouse, London
- Exeter Picturehouse
- Duke’s at Komedia, Brighton
- Phoenix Picturehouse, Oxford
- Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge
- Picturehouse at FACT, Liverpool
- City Screen, York
- Stratford-upon-Avon Picturehouse
Crouch End Picturehouse will be showing the match in their Community Room, Harbour Lights in Southampton will have it on in the bar.
More cinemas to be confirmed. Please check back later.