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.
Free entry to carers on presentation of a valid CEA card.

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Showing on Sunday, 19th November
at 7:30  p.m.

A documentary on Brazilian Formula One racing driver Ayrton Senna, who won the F1 world championship three times before his death at age 34.

Winner of 2 BAFTA awards.

Director:       Asif Kapadia
Writer:          Manish Pandey
Stars:             Ayrton SennaAlain Prost & Frank Williams 

Cert.:  12A.       Released:  2010.          Duration: 106 min.


Drifters and Caller Herrin’
(Double bill).

Showing on Sunday, 26th November
at 7:30  p.m.

Drifters is a silent documentary film by John Grierson telling the story of Britain’s North Sea herring fishery.

Director:    John Grierson
Accompanied by Graeme McDonald on the piano
Cert.:  N/A.       Released:  1929.          Duration: 49 min.

Caller Herrin’ follows the fishing boats and documents the development of technology in the industry.
Cert.:  N/A.       Released:  1947.          Duration: 20 min.


The Secret Life of Bees.

Showing on Sunday, 3rd December
at 7:30  p.m.







The Lobster.

Showing on Sunday, 10th December
at 7:30  p.m.






 Way Out West.

Showing on Sunday, 17th December
at 7:30  p.m.