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Admission and Further Information

Single Ticket £5.00 - Seven Film Season Ticket £25

Student Ticket - £3.50 available to students with ID. On the door tickets only. Students must be of an appropriate age for the certification of the film that they wish to attend. The student concession is not available when booking online. 

The Season Ticket admits one person to any seven films of their choice and offers a substantial reduction for entry. Available for 2017/2018 and renewable until the end of January (does not include fundraiser or special event screenings).

We are trialling an online advance-booking system. Where the Book Tickets button is visible you will be taken to Wegottickets who securely handle credit card payments for events. A small fee per ticket is added by them to cover the handling of payments. You will be sent an email confirmation and your name then goes on a list at the door. Booking in advance will guarantee a place but bear in mind that we do not have numbered seating. Although this is not intended to replace on-the-door tickets or season tickets, if there is very high demand online ticket allocation may be adjusted and some screenings may sell out in advance through online sales.

Advance-booking for Borderlines Film Festival screenings is done through the Courtyard Central Box Office. Details at their website and in the festival brochure.

All films are shown on Fridays (unless otherwise stated) at 8.00pm in the Assembly Rooms which are located in the centre of Presteigne (see below). Refreshments are available beforehand. Doors are usually open by 7:30 pm.

(S) indicates subtitles, where known.

Films over 130 minutes may be shown with a short interval.
The Assembly Rooms have disabled access and toilet.

There is a limit of 100 seats within the auditorium. Unless booked in advance seats cannot be guaranteed so please come early to avoid disappointment.

How to find us:

The Assembly Rooms are situated above the Library which is in the centre of Presteigne at the junction of the High Street and Broad Street, the entrance being below the clock tower and approached past the short run of railings to the left of the library window. In colder weather the door may be closed to retain heat in the building so don't be put off from trying the handle!

www.presteignescreen.org.uk

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