Hebden Bridge Picture House
Hebden Bridge Picture House is a 1921 built, independent, single-screen cinema, seating over 500. The cinema is operated on a not-for-profit basis by Hebden Royd Town Council, employs 26 people, and is located in the centre of Hebden Bridge, a small market town in the heart of the West Yorkshire Pennines.
The cinema is open every evening, Thursday mornings and weekend and some school holiday afternoons.
Tickets for special events, live arts broadcasts of theatre, music, ballet and opera, and special film screenings are sold in advance via TicketSource, and booking is recommended to avoid disappointment. Please note that cinema tickets for regular films are NOT sold in advance, but can be bought for cash / by debit card on the door.
You DON'T need to print your ticket out or pay to have it printed and posted to you. Either take a photo of the booking confirmation page with your phone, or note down the full name you made the booking under and the 6 letter booking reference and bring those with you.
Seating at the cinema is unreserved and the stalls -downstairs- seating (which has generous legroom, a raked floor and modern comfortable seats) is sold first before the balcony is opened up. The stalls is fully accessible. Access information is here: http://www.hebdenbridgepicturehouse.co.uk/access/
We are CASH ONLY for the bar and kiosk. We regret there are no car parking spaces at the venue but we are close to several town centre car parks, located 2-3 minutes walk away, and in the evening local on street parking is available.
Please note: if you buy a reduced price ticket (available those who are State Pension Age, Under 26s, Full Time Students, Passport to Leisure Card Holders or Picture This Members) please ensure you have proof of your entitlement to claim the concession with you when you arrive at the Box Office.