After you have clicked "Book On Line", if you do not see the film
you are seeking, go to the "showing on" box near the top of the page.
Use the drop-down menu and select the day for which you wish to book.
The film title should then appear; then click on "buy tickets".
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SEE APPLICATION FORM ON RIGHT OF PAGE
SENIOR SCREENINGS ON THURSDAY AFTERNOONS
(outside school holidays) at 2.00pm
Free tea and biscuits
Students (with NUS card) £6
Children and seniors before 5.00pm £5.00
Children and seniors after 5.00pm £6.00
Pullman seats £7.50 for everyone at all times
Children must be 14 and under
Tickets may be booked on line
(see under each film for details)
The Cottage Road Cinema is arguably one of the oldest cinemas in the country, in that it has been open and continuously showing films since 1912. It was the last surviving cinema of the once extensive Associated Tower Cinemas Group, and so give Headingley the unique claim to be the only area within Leeds to still offer independently owned screens.
For more information about The Cottage Road Cinema and its history, visit our Cinema Information page.
Moonlight - Watch the Trailer
A timeless story of human connection and self-discovery, Moonlight chronicles the life of a young black man from childhood to adulthood as he struggles to find his place in the world while growing up in a rough neighborhood of Miami.
John Wick: Chapter 2 - Watch the Trailer
Keanu Reeves' legendary hitman takes on the world's deadliest killers in this thrill-packed sequel.
Fifty Shades Darker - Watch the Trailer
Ana Steele and Christian Grey continue their steamy relationship in this eagerly awaited follow-up to the 2015 erotic smash.
Gold - Watch the Trailer
Oscar-winner Matthew McConaughey is unrecognisable as a devious prospector in this gripping, cautionary tale of greed and excess, inspired by true events.
T2 Trainspotting - Watch the Trailer
The team behind the film that defined an era return for this thrilling, equally iconoclastic sequel
Silence - Watch the Trailer
Celebrated Taxi Driver and Raging Bull director Martin Scorsese returns with his long-awaited passion project: a sweeping and emotional adaptation of Shusaku Endo’s acclaimed novel.