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Electric Picture House reduces Monday film tickets to just £5.00

The Electric Picture House Cinema in Wotton-under-Edge has announced a reduction in the price of its film tickets on Mondays to just £5.00 each. The new price applies from Monday 13 June, and will include current and upcoming releases like Top Gun Maverick, Jurassic World Dominion, and Elvis. Gareth Negus, Managing Director of the cinema, said, “A...

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Great Films Guaranteed …or you get another one free!

The Electric Picture House Cinema in Wotton-under-Edge is selecting some of the best new releases from around the world, and are so confident of their quality that the cinema management is offering anyone who disagrees free tickets to another film. While the independent venue is currently enjoying a successful run of Downton Abbey: A New Era,...

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UK cinemas raise money for Ukraine with previews of award-winning drama Olga

UK cinemas, including the Electric Picture House in Wotton-under-Edge, have united in support of Ukraine with a series of preview charity screenings of Olga (15), a new film about a young female Ukrainian gymnast forced to train in exile. From each ticket sold, a donation will be made to support Ukraine via the Disasters Emergency...

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Cinema promotional video, made by SGS students

In February 2022, a trio of students from South Gloucestershire and Stroud College - Alex Symanowski, Jess Phillips and Matt Page - visited the cinema to film a promotional video as part of their course. Watch it below! ...

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How they got away with murder: New film asks why so many Holocaust crimes went unpunished

On Sunday 14 November, the Electric Picture House Cinema in Wotton-under-Edge screens Getting Away with Murder(s): an epic new documentary that examines why so few perpetrators of the Holocaust were prosecuted following World War II. Almost 1 million people in 22 countries carried out the unprovoked murder of 11 million innocent men, women and children.  99%...

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