Halloween at the Movies

The Secret Garden

now playing119 mins
THE SECRET GARDEN tells the story of Mary Lennox (Dixie Egerickx - Genius, The Little Stranger), a prickly and unloved 10-year-old girl, born in India to wealthy British parents. W

Saint Maud

now playing104 mins
The debut feature from Rose Glass follows a devout live-in nurse, Maud, who becomes enraptured with her new patient, the glamorous ex-dancer Amanda. Maud’s fixation soon mutates

Uncle Vanya

ARTS & EVENTS 130 mins
Sonya (Aimee Lou Wood) and her Uncle Vanya (Toby Jones) while away their time on an isolated estate, visited occasionally only by the local doctor Astrov (Richard Armitage). Howeve

Cats & Dogs 3: Paws Unite!

now playing104 mins
It's been 10 years since the creation of the Great Truce, an elaborate joint-species surveillance system designed and monitored by cats and dogs to keep the peace when conflicts ar

Royal Opera House 2020: Giselle

now playing135 mins
Recorded in 2016. The greatest of all Romantic ballets, Peter Wright’s production of Marius Petipa’s classic is a tale of betrayal, the supernatural and love that transcends de

BACK TO CINEMAS

As we begin to settle back in to doing the things we love, the WTW & Scott Cinema Group has been hard at work making sure our venues are even safer so that you can continue to enjoy new movies with a captivated audience. These procedures have been developed in line with Government guidance. When visiting the cinema, things may work a little differently for now - here's some of the core new policies and procedures you can expect to find when you visit us...

FACE COVERINGS

It is now a requirement to wear a face covering in cinemas in England. This can be taken off to eat food and drink when in your seat inside the auditorium. Please do not leave your face coverings in the cinema after the show.

WATCHING A MOVIE

All auditoria are limited to a maximum of 35% of their physical capacity. Only alternate rows of seats are in use and nobody will be sat beside you.

PHYSICAL DISTANCING

While queuing, please keep 1m away from the person in front of you. Please be respectful of other people when walking to or from the toilets as space is very limited in these areas. Please follow staff instructions when leaving the cinema.

BOOKING & PAYMENTS

Advance Booking is strongly advised - the booking fee has temporarily been reduced to allow for this. Some snacks and drinks may not be available. Please try to pay by card or contactless where possible.

HEALTH & HYGIENE

Screens are installed at all service points. Please use the hand sanitiser provided around the building. Staff are regularly disinfecting all contact points in the building and have all the necessary PPE required in order to safely do their jobs.

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AUDITORIUM INFO

NEC 2k Digital

These auditoria are equipped with the latest in Digital Projection technology, used for the daily exhibition of films. Our NEC Digital projectors have a resolution of 1998 x 1080, and can process a colour depth that exceeds domestic formats such as Blu Ray. Unlike traditional celluloid, the on screen picture is as pristine on its last run as its first, and is immune from scratches and dust.

All of our screens have fully movable masking, which keeps the edges of the projected picture crisp and protects areas of the screen not being projected on. Some even have screen tabs, as well!

35mm

These auditoria are equipped with traditional 35mm film projectors. These are not used on a day to day basis, but can be utilised for special shows of archive films where a Digital copy may not be available.

 3D

Dolby 3D is a type of 3D technology, that uses a passive 3D system. Unlike other competing systems, Dolby 3D does not require a specially coated screen, and neither does the resulting picture suffer from ghosting or other artifacts. Dolby 3D glasses are retained by the cinema, and must be handed back to a screen attendant after the show.

 6-channel Sound 

All of our auditoria feature multi-channel digital sound. In the cinema, the soundtrack is split into 6 channels. Four of those - left, centre, right and sub-bass - are behind the screen, with the final two channels being the left and right surround channels. All auditoria are powered by Dolby sound processors.

 Surround 7.1 

This sound format includes two additional surround channels - surround back left and surround back right.

Audio Description

Audio Description is a system designed for the visually impaired. Utilising a set of infra-red headphones in the cinema, a narrator describes the action as it is unfolding on screen. To make use of this facility, look for shows marked 'AD' in the film listings. The audio description can only be heard through special headphones, and therefore does not intrude on the film soundtrack to the cinema audience.

Infra-Red Hearing Assist

Designed for the hard of hearing, and utilising a set of infra-red headphones in the cinema, the volume of the film soundtrack can be adjusted on the headset, delivering more precise sound to the users ears.

T-Position Hearing Induction Loop

With this system, hearing aid users can switch their hearing aid to the 'T' position, which picks up the film soundtrack. The soundtrack is then directed to the users hearing aid earpiece.

 

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