Penicuik Cinema.

Our community cinema is non-profit making being run by a dedicated team of volunteers; if you would like to help in any capacity please contact any of our team either at the cinema or at Pen-y-coe Press.

We try to show the best of entertainment on our big screen, from classic vintage films to the latest blockbusters.

We are competitively priced with adult tickets costing £5, Students – £4 and up to three accompanied children – £3.

We accept donations for refreshments which are available both before the film and during the interval, a practice which both creates a sociable atmosphere and helps to keep our prices competitive.

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Hacksaw Ridge.

Showing on Sunday, 8th October
at 7:30  p.m.

WWII American Army Medic Desmond T. Doss, who served during the Battle of Okinawa, refused to kill people, and became the first man in American history to receive the Medal of Honor without firing a shot.

Won 2 Oscars and nominated for 4 more.

Director:       Mel Gibson
Writers:        Robert Schenkkan & Andrew Knight,

Stars:              Andrew GarfieldSam WorthingtonLuke Bracey

Cert.:  15.       Released:  2016.          Duration: 160 min.


101 Dalmatians.  (1996)

Family Special.

Showing on Sunday, 15th October
at 7:30  p.m.

A live action Disney update to their original 1961 cartoon version with superb stunts and acting by both humans and animals.

Director:     Stephen Herek.
Writers:      Dodie Smith (novel), John Hughes (screenplay).
Stars:           Glenn CloseJeff Daniels & Joely Richardson .

Cert.:  U.       Released:  1996.          Duration: 103 min.



Showing on Sunday, 22nd October
at 7:30  p.m.

He was a famous baseball player now, in the 1950s, he’s a carbage collector struggling to raise a family while coming to terms with his new circumstances.

Based on the play by August Wilsom.
Winner of Oscar for best supporting actress and three other nominations.

Director:       Denzel Washington
Writers:         August Wilson.
Stars:              Denzel WashingtonViola Davis and Stephen Henderson.

Cert.:  12a.       Released:  2016.          Duration: 139 min.



Showing on Sunday, 29th October
at 7:30  p.m.

Classic Clees comedy with an obsessively punctual comprehensive school headmaster setting out to give an important speech at the annual Headmasters’ Conference.
He only has to catch the train.

Director:      Christopher Morahan.
Writer:          Michael Frayn.
Stars:              John CleesePenelope Wilton & Sharon Maiden

Cert.:  PG.       Released:  1986.          Duration: 96 min.


5th November           Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe.

12th November         Genevieve

19th November         Senna.

26th November        Drifters and Caller Herrin’ (Double bill).

3rd December           The Secret Life of Bees.

10th December         The Lobster.

17th December          Way Out West.