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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Africa United.

Showing on Sunday, 21st January
at 7:30  p.m.

The story of four Rwandan children who walk the three thousand miles to South Africa to see the world cup. On the way they encounter many things such as HIV and child prostitution.

Director:   Debs Paterson
Writer:      Rhidian Brook
Stars:         Eriya NdayambajeRoger Jean Nsengiyumva & Sanyu Joanita Kintu 

 Cert.:           12A.          Released:   2010.           Duration:   88 min.



Showing on Sunday, 28th January
at 7:30  p.m.

A young, English working-class boy spends his free time caring for and training his pet falcon.

Director:      Ken Loach 
Writers:       Barry Hines (novel & adaptation)
Stars:            David BradleyBrian GloverColin Welland  & Freddie Fletcher

Cert.:           U.          Released:   1969.           Duration:   101 min.

Won BAFTAs for most promising newcomer and best supporting actor (David Bradley & Colin Welland).


  4 February,       Frida
11 February,        Moon Dogs
18 February,       The BFG
25 March,            L’homme Du Train
  4 March,            French lieutenant’s woman
11 March,             My Cousin Rachel
18 March,            Manchester by the sea
25 March,            Agony and the ecstacy