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Members' Free Preview: STILL ALICE

Sunday 1 March, 11.00am

Don’t miss your chance to see Julianne Moore’s Oscar-winning performance ahead of the film’s release on 6 March!

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Booking opens on Monday 16 March for NT Live: Hamlet starring Benedict Cumberbatch

What’s on News Membership Recommends Benedict Cumberbatch is Hamlet Thursday 15 October, 7.00
On sale from Monday 16 March

Academy Award nominee Benedict Cumberbatch takes on the title role of Shakespeare’s great tragedy. 154 more words

Discover Tuesdays: LOVE IS ALL 17/2

Frances Taylor, office manager at Picturehouse HQ, looks forward to today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of romantic documentary LOVE IS ALL: 100 YEARS OF LOVE AND COURTSHIP… 281 more words


Discover Tuesdays: THE SKELETON TWINS 10/2

Lindsay Harvey, Marketing Administrator at Picturehouse, looks forward to tomorrow’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of comedy-drama THE SKELETON TWINS

Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader put the natural rapport born of their long-term Saturday Night Live relationship to good use in this darkly funny little film, which garnered much well-deserved praise at Sundance, deftly gliding between drama and comedy. 380 more words


RSC and Picturehouse Entertainment present HENRY V

Ahead of Wednesday’s ‘Live from Stratford-upon-Avon’ screenings of Love’s Labour’s Lost, The Royal Shakespeare Company and Picturehouse Entertainment (the distribution arm of Picturehouse Cinemas) are pleased to announce that Henry V, directed by Artistic Director Gregory Doran, will screen live in cinemas on 21 October 2015. 239 more words


2015 Oscar Nominees: Boyhood

Today I finally saw the American coming-of-age drama Boyhood, a film released in July 2014. Written and directed by Richard Linklater, Boyhood was shot over a 12 year period (2002-2014) depicting the transition of Mason Evans, Jr. 263 more words



Sam and Simon go through the current top 5 films at Picturehouse Cinemas and review SELMA, SHAUN THE SHEEP MOVIE and JUPITER ASCENDING. The boys are also joined by actor David Oyelowo to talk about his role as Martin Luther King Jr. 19 more words