Hyde Park Picture House

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Family Friendly Matinees at the Hyde Park Picture House!

Date
30th November - 12.00pm
Price
£1 for kids, £4.60 for adults
Details

Discover a world of family friendly films every Saturday at 12 noon.
Tickets are just £1 for kids and £4.60 for adults.

Moomin and Midsummer Madness
Sat. 30th August – 12noon
FI/AT/PL, 2008, 88mins, U

Scalarama Presents: The Glitterball
Sat. 6th September – 12noon
UK, 1977, 56mins, U

Matilda
Sat. 13th September – 12noon
US, 1996, 102mins, PG

AUTISM FRIENDLY SCREENING: Moomin and Midsummer Madness
Sun. 14th September – 11am
FI/AT/PL, 2008, 88mins, U

Tarzan
Sat. 20th September – 12noon
DE, 2013, 94mins, PG

London International Animation Festival Family Friendly Special
Sat. 27th September – 11am TBC
Various Countries, 2014, 68mins, U

Postman Pat – The Movie
Sat. 4th October – 12noon
UK, 2014, 88mins, U

Beauty and the Beast
Sat. 11th October – 12noon
US, 1991, 84mins, U

Escape From Planet Earth
Sat. 18th October – 12noon
US/CA, 2013, 84mins, U

AUTISM FRIENDLY SCREENING: Tarzan
Sun. 19TH October – 11am
DE, 2013, 94mins, PG

ParaNorman
Sat. 25th October – 12noon
US, 2012, 92mins, PG

Coraline
Sat. 1st November – 12noon
US, 2009, 96mins, PG
 


 

 

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Ah, the good old days of the penny rush, where kids could spend Saturday afternoons at the cinema for just 1p. Well, the price may have gone up to £1 (such is life), but every Saturday at 12 midday we screen matinee films aimed at children and families. Parents, carers and the kids at heart can come along (for £4.60), and children who are old enough are welcome to stay and watch the film without supervision (although Picture House staff cannot be responsible for them).

BYOB - BRING YOUR OWN BABY!

Date
9th May - 11.00am
Price
£4.60 and baby goes free!
Details

BYOB screenings are a chance for the parents and carers of babies up to 12months old to get to the cinema without leaving the little one at home.

With raised lighting levels, baby changing and bottle warming facilities and free tea or coffee for each grown-up we aim to make these screenings as comfortable for you as possible.

Doors open at 10.30am, if you want to come down early and catch up with friends, and the film starts around 11.15am. Due to limited space, we advise people to bring babies in slings or car-seats where possible. Numbers are limited for BYOB showings, so it is advisable to book in advance, particularly for the more well known films.

For more information feel free to email us at: admin@hydeparkpicturehouse.co.uk

Or call 0113 275 2045 to speak to a member of staff. 

Join the BYOB email list and be kept up-to-date with screening information - just email us at the above address or give us a call.

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Upcoming Screenings

Mood Indigo
Wednesday 3rd September – 11am
FR/BE, 2013, 94mins, 12A

A Most Wanted Man
Wednesday 17th September – 11am
UK/US/DE, 2014, 122mins, 15

20,000 Days of Earth
Wednesday 24th September – 11am
UK, 2014, 98mins, 15

Obvious Child
Wednesday 22nd October – 11am
US, 2014, 85mins, 15

Pride
Wednesday 5th November – 11am
UK, 2014, 120m, 15



 



 

Date
1st September - 10.00am
Price
Details

ABOUT SCALARAMA

WHAT? Scalarama is an annual celebration of cinema. It takes the form of a season of films, each one chosen by a different organisation or individual, in a variety of different venues (and when I say venues I mean cinemas like us as well as community cinemas, bars, parks, railway tunnels, the list goes on).

WHEN? Scalarama takes place across the whole of September, so that’s 1 – 30 September this year… and every year!

WHY? Scalarama was started to connect films with audiences in new and bold ways; for those passionate in showing films to meet and to share resources and to bring excitement to communal film watching. This year as part of Scalarama we’re screening THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT, GLITTERBALL, SATANTANGO, DAISIES and THE VISITOR.

Enjoy!

scalarama.com

 

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Date
12th September - 6.00pm
Price
Details

Week beginning Friday 12th SEPTEMBER
MAIN FEATURES
A Most Wanted Man

ALSO SHOWING
Heritage Open Days Tours - Sun
Spring in a Small Town - Sun @ 3.30pm
Daisies - Tue @ 6.30pm

FAMILY FRIENDLY 
Matilda

AUTISM FRIENDLY
Moomin and the Midsummer Madness

 

Week beginning Friday 19th SEPTEMBER
MAIN FEATURES
20,000 Days on Earth

ALSO SHOWING
Sátántangó - Sun @ 11am
RECON: Pop-Pop-Music - Tue @ 6.30pm

FAMILY FRIENDLY 
Tarzan

 

Week beginning Friday 26th SEPTEMBER
MAIN FEATURES
20,000 Days on Earth
In Order of Disappearance

ALSO SHOWING
RECON: Mississippi Records on Tour - Sat @ 8pm
Metropolis - Tue - 6pm

FAMILY FRIENDLY 
London International Animation Festival - Amazing Animations

 

Week beginning Friday 3rd OCTOBER
MAIN FEATURES
Maps to the Stars

ALSO SHOWING
A Spell to Ward off the Darkness
Napoleon Dynamite - Sat @ 11pm
Manuscripts Don't Burn - Tue @ 6pm
White Settlers

FAMILY FRIENDLY 
Postman Pat

 

Week beginning Friday 10th OCTOBER
MAIN FEATURES
Gone Girl (TBC)

ALSO SHOWING
White Settlers
You and the Night
M  - Sun @ 3pm
Girlfriends - Tue @ 6pm

FAMILY FRIENDLY 
Beauty and the Beast

 

Week beginning Friday 17th OCTOBER
MAIN FEATURES
TBC

ALSO SHOWING
Obvious Child
Mad Max Double Bill - Sat @ 11pm
The Devil and Daniel Johnston - Sun @ 3pm
The Illuminated Room - Tue @ 6.30pm

FAMILY FRIENDLY 
Escape from Planet Earth

AUTISM FRIENDLY
Tarzan

 

Week beginning Friday 17th OCTOBER
MAIN FEATURES
TBC

ALSO SHOWING
Finding Fela!
Still the Enemy Within
Pauline at the Beach - Tue @ 6pm

FAMILY FRIENDLY 
Paranorman

 

Week beginning Friday 17th OCTOBER
MAIN FEATURES
Mr. Turner (TBC)

ALSO SHOWING
Pride
A Nightmare on Elm Street - Sat @ 11pm
Edwyn Collins & the Possibilities are Endless - Mon 
Ida - Tue @ 6pm

FAMILY FRIENDLY 
Coraline

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Mississippi Records on tour: A Cosmic and Earthly History of Recorded Music according to Mississippi Records

Date
27th September - 8.00pm
Price
£10 adv, £12 otd
Details

A once in a blue moon showcase that features a brand new live film/talk/slide show presentation by Eric Isaacson (Mississippi Records label boss and store owner) plus THREE live acts, all of whom have released records on the Mississippi Record label. Marisa plays emotive acoustic and electric whirlwinds, Lori wanders across borders with her atmospheric cello playing and DAOTW gloriously ruptures songs rooted in folk and country traditions.

After the hugely successful I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore: Mississippi Records and Alan Lomax archive Tour Qu Junktions is super proud to bring you this exciting Mississippi Records bundle. Mississippi Records is modern day record phenomena, where there is never a dull moment and run with the care and passion that it is hard to suppress. Based in Portland, Oregon, USA it is a very local shop and a very outernational record label that has released unheralded lost classic's from all over the globe, collections of Harry Smith's anthologies as well as Alan Lomax's recordings, some truly amazing compilations that wear the compilers tastes loud and proud as well as some punky and quick off the shelf undercover albums that sell out pretty much as soon as they are made.

This is a Qu Junktions Production in conjunction with RECON Festival.

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