As we went into the holiday break, we made the tough decision to cancel our planned in-person school screenings for January and February due to the rising cases of Omicron. We hope to reschedule some of these in June. 

We do, however, have some very special opportunities with our partners Into Film - a Spring screening of Kubo and the Two Strings in March and a teacher training session on using digital technology to explore Scots language through film. Both of these offers are free. 🎉

We can't wait to welcome you back to the cinema!

How to book?
To discuss your booking please contact We are happy to answer your questions and help you plan for a successful trip. 

How much does it cost to attend a screening?
Many of our screenings are FREE to attend.  Otherwise, tickets cost £3 per pupil with a minimum charge of £150 for groups of less than 50 pupils. Accompanying adult tickets are FREE. 

What are our Covid measures?
In line with current COVID19 regulations, bookings are for single use of the cinema. Our COVID risk assessment is available upon request. 

Keep an eye out on our website and teacher newsletter for future announcements. Not on our mailing list? Email us at to receive our monthly newsletter. 


Tuesday, 8 March • 10.30 am • PG • 1h42min  • Contains violence and threat •  Suitable P4-P7 • English •  Global Citizenship • Literacy & English • FREE • Autism friendly screening

Kubo is a young boy living in a small, seaside village in ancient Japan who enjoys telling stories to the local residents. However, this peaceful existence is suddenly shattered when a vengeful spirit of the past resurfaces. To overcome the gods and monsters which pursue him – including the Moon King and the evil twin Sisters – Kubo must locate the magical suit of armour previously worn by his deceased father, a legendary samurai warrior. Joining forces with Monkey and Beetle, Kubo embarks upon a quest to uncover the secret of his legacy in order to fulfil his destiny. The fourth film from animation studio LAIKA is a gorgeously-designed, fantastical adventure.

Watch the trailer here.

This screening is offered in partnership with Into Film. To book, click here.


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Tuesday, 25 January • 4.30 pm • Free
This training session session explores how to use the Into Film iPad app Storymaker: The Gruffalo Edition in the classroom with Scots Language. The Into Film Storymaker is an educational app that allows you to add voice, music and sound effects over carefully selected film clips. In The Gruffalo Edition, pupils (recommended ages 5 to 8) have the opportunity to apply their imagination and literacy skills to the much-loved animated story The Gruffalo alongside the translated book, The Gruffalo in Scots. This session will enable you to support the development of literacy, language and storytelling skills as well as opportunities to learn about the magic of film and filmmaking with your learners.

You will require an Into Film account to book this session and for you and your learners to have access to an iPad to download and use the free app.

Click here to register.

For more information or to book places at any of these screenings and events, please contact

When making a booking please include: 
· Film Title/ Event name 
· Date of event 
· Name of school 
· Lead teacher email and mobile number 
· Number of students, and any additional support needs we should know about
· Number of adults 

This will help us process your request quickly and efficiently. Thanks!