£20 family fun-pack includes four tickets (must include on adult and one child) and a Kids' Combo Drink and Popcorn per child.
DEAL TERMS - Extra kids in the group get tickets for £5 (including Kids' Combo popcorn and drink). Children must be under 15. Excludes premium-price screening and regular clubs. £2 supplement per person for 3D films. This is subject to the standard Ts & Cs above.
PLEASE NOTE: We will be closing our Rewards Scheme with effect from 1 March 2019. You can continue to earn rewards points until the scheme closes but please make sure you use all of your points to claim rewards by 28th February 2019 as you will not be able to convert any points or claim rewards after this date.
Joining the Scheme
1. WHO WE ARE
2. APPLICATION OF THESE TERMS & CONDITIONS
3. TYPES OF MEMBERSHIP
We offer different types of Membership:
As well as an upgrade to Premium Membership for Individual and Plus members on renewal in certain circumstances (referred to as the 'Premium upgrade' or 'Premium membership') (please see clause 10 for more details about the premium upgrade).
The benefits of these different types of Membership are detailed in clause 7 below. When you purchase a Membership, you will select a Membership category which will determine the cinemas at which you can use your free tickets and may also give you access to certain other offers and benefits specific to cinemas within your chosen category from time to time (please see clause 7.3 below). The locations and cinemas currently available which can be associated with each type of Membership are as follows:
Please Note:The number, location and opening hours of Picturehouse Cinemas in any area or category may change during your Membership period. A list of current Picturehouse Cinemas is available from our website and the Membership helpline.
4. APPLICATION OF THESE TERMS & CONDITIONS
5. CANCELLATION RIGHTS
6. MEMBERSHIP DISCOUNTS AND OFFERS
7. FREE TICKETS, DISCOUNTS AND USING THE MEMBERSHIP CARD
Additional benefits of Membership Plus
Food and beverage discounts
Booking tickets and claiming discounts
Additional benefits if you are upgraded to Premium Membership
8. PAYMENT OF ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP FEES
9. AUTOMATIC RENEWAL IF PAYING BY DIRECT DEBIT
10. UPGRADE TO PICTUREHOUSE PREMIUM MEMBERSHIP AND OTHER OFFERS
11. LOST, STOLEN OR DEFECTIVE CARDS
13. INFORMATION PROVIDED
14. ISSUES WITH YOUR MEMBERSHIP
15. YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS
As a consumer, you have legal rights in relation to services that are faulty or not as described. Advice about your legal rights is available from your local Citizens' Advice Bureau. Nothing in these terms and conditions will affect these legal rights.
16. SUSPENSION AND TERMINATION BY PICTUREHOUSE
17. OUR LIABILITY
18. QUESTIONS AND COMPLAINTS
Last updated 15 March 2018
By booking Content with Picturehouse Entertainment you are entering into an Agreement with Picturehouse Entertainment and agree to be bound by the Booking Confirmation and these Terms and Conditions.
Please read these Terms and Conditions before booking with Picturehouse Entertainment. If you do not agree with these Terms and Conditions you may not book an Event with Picturehouse Entertainment.
(A) The Distributor distributes content in the Territory and wishes to license the right to exhibit certain Events to the Exhibitor.
(B) The Exhibitor is the owner of certain cinema(s) or other establishments with cinema quality facilities and wishes to accept the licence described in the Booking Confirmation.
(C) The Distributor has agreed to make available to the Exhibitor certain Event(s) on the terms set out on these Terms and Conditions.
It is agreed as follows:
The Exhibitor and the Distributor shall use their reasonable endeavours to promote the Event(s) via the following activities:
This policy concerns pet dogs; it does not apply to assistance dogs.
At selected screenings, which will be clearly advertised as such, Picturehouse permits dog owners to bring their dogs with them into the screens (one dog per adult).
It is essential that this policy does not affect the enjoyment of other customers or create hazards for them, our staff or our premises.
Should a dog become unruly or adversely affect the enjoyment of others, the Manager needs to intervene and, if necessary, request that the owner and the dog leave the premises. No refund will be offered.
Dog owners are expected to adhere to the cinema rules and these should be brought to their attention.
If there are persistent and unresolved problems, Dog-friendly Screenings will be suspended at the Manager's discretion.
To ensure that customers who may not wish to watch a film when dogs are present are fully aware of which screening they are booking, all Dog-friendly Screenings must be clearly advertised as such, both in advance and again when customers are purchasing tickets at the box office.
To protect the furniture, all owners are to be issued with a fleece blanket to cover the seat used by the dog or to use as a rug if the dog sits on the floor. When these are returned after the screening, they must be laundered separately from any other washing (e.g. tea towels used in the cafe).
The screen must be fully cleaned after a dog-screening to remove dog hairs etc. which may affect subsequent customers.
During the screenings, the cinema will provide bowls of water around the screen. Dogs should not be fed in the screen, though owners may provide small treats.
The control measures as detailed in the Dog-Friendly Screenings risk assessment must be in place. If any of the controls are not in place, the screenings cannot be offered until such time as they are.
If a dog fouls inside the premises, the procedure for 'cleaning up bodily fluids' is to be implemented; the owner can be encouraged to assist.
While dogs are welcomed into the screens, they are not allowed in the bar or dining areas or any back-of-house areas.