Bill & Ted Face the Music

now playing103 mins
Two would-be rockers from San Dimas, California, are once told they'd save the universe during a time-traveling adventure, but find themselves as middle-aged dads still trying to c

NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE: FLEABAG

now playing100 mins
See the hilarious, award-winning, one-woman show that inspired the BBC’s hit TV series Fleabag, broadcast live to cinemas from London’s West End. Written and performed by Pho

André Rieu’s Magical Maastricht

ARTS & EVENTS 140 mins
André Rieu is back in cinemas to help lift your spirits! André Rieu’s Magical Maastricht celebrates 15 years of André’s glorious hometown concerts. The King of the Waltz h

Away

now playing98 mins
Away is an animated feature film by Gints Zilbalodis. Winner of the Contrechamp Award in Annecy. A boy and a little bird are traveling across an island on a motorcycle trying to es

After We Collided

now playing125 mins
Hardin will always be... Hardin. But is he really the deep, thoughtful guy Tessa fell madly in love with— or has he been a stranger all along? She wishes she could walk away. It

The Roads Not Taken

now playing105 mins
Sally Potter’s film follows a day in the life of Leo (Javier Bardem) and his daughter, Molly (Elle Fanning), as she grapples with the challenges of her father’s chaotic mind. A

Tenet

now playing165 mins
Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” is an action epic evolving from the world of international espionage.

Pinocchio

now playing145 mins
In this live-action adaptation of the beloved fairytale, old woodcarver Geppetto fashions a wooden puppet, Pinocchio, who magically comes to life. Pinocchio longs for adventure and

100% Wolf

now playing115 mins
Freddy Lupin, heir to a proud family line of werewolves, is in for a shock when on his 14th birthday his first 'warfing' goes awry, turning him into a ferocious poodle. The pack el

BACK TO CINEMAS

As we begin to settle back in to doing the things we love, the WTW & Scott Cinema Group has been hard at work making sure our venues are even safer so that you can continue to enjoy new movies with a captivated audience. These procedures have been developed in line with Government guidance. When visiting the cinema, things may work a little differently for now - here's some of the core new policies and procedures you can expect to find when you visit us...

FACE COVERINGS

It is now a requirement to wear a face covering in cinemas in England. This can be taken off to eat food and drink when in your seat inside the auditorium. Please do not leave your face coverings in the cinema after the show.

WATCHING A MOVIE

All auditoria are limited to a maximum of 35% of their physical capacity. Only alternate rows of seats are in use and nobody will be sat beside you.

PHYSICAL DISTANCING

While queuing, please keep 1m away from the person in front of you. Please be respectful of other people when walking to or from the toilets as space is very limited in these areas. Please follow staff instructions when leaving the cinema.

BOOKING & PAYMENTS

Advance Booking is strongly advised - the booking fee has temporarily been reduced to allow for this. Some snacks and drinks may not be available. Please try to pay by card or contactless where possible.

HEALTH & HYGIENE

Screens are installed at all service points. Please use the hand sanitiser provided around the building. Staff are regularly disinfecting all contact points in the building and have all the necessary PPE required in order to safely do their jobs.

READ OUR FULL COVID-SECURE STATEMENT AND OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES HERE

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OURSCREEN

OURSCREEN

Scott Cinemas have teamed up with ourscreen to bring a new initiative to our cinemas.

ourscreen is a brand new initiative, the first of its kind. We're a UK based digital-social platform aiming to support the great work being done in cinemas across the country. ourscreen empowers film fans and local communities to create and attend screenings at their local cinema. ourscreen is where film fans can control their local cinema. In three easy steps we are all able to create film screenings for our friends or anybody who wants to come.

There are already over 300 films on the platform, ranging from recent hits like Nightcrawler, foreign language films including Jules et Jim to classics such as Raging Bull. We are a UK based team of film fans and we want to help you watch more films in the cinema. You can now do that by attending screenings others have created, or by creating and sharing your own screenings.

So if you missed the latest blockbuster, only love the classics, need to organise a party or have just made your first feature, this is the place for you. Pick your film. Choose your cinema. Select your date and time. Invite your friends. If enough people book tickets, your screening happens...

Let's have a look at how you can arrange a screening through ourscreen...

 

CHOOSE YOUR FILM

Visit the Ourscreen website, and search through over 300 film titles already on the platform to choose the film you want to see. If you want to see something that you don't see listed, just ask us. Get in touch with ourscreen on Facebook or Twitter, or Contact Us to try to arrange a screening in your area.

 
 

CHOOSE A TIME

Cinemas have a number of timeslots available - on Sundays & Tuesdays - and you can see the times of these slots when you start to arrange your screening. Don't forget to pick a time that your friends are going to be available!

 
 

SHARE YOUR EVENT

Invite your friends and family to your screening. In order for your screening to go ahead, we have to cover the costs, and that means we have to set a minimum number of tickets required for the screening to go ahead. Once you've set up a screening, anyone visiting the ourscreen site can buy tickets. If we don't sell enough tickets, we can't show the film. Don't forget to tag Scott Cnemas on social media for any event that you set up and we'll do our best to share and promote it.

 
That's all there is to it! Visit the ourscreen website and take a look at the films available and start setting up those events! Remember, choose wisely, get your friends involved and publicise your screening - if we don't sell enough tickets, the screening can't go ahead.