What's On At Watermans Cinema This Week

Films include Don't Worry Darling, Ticket To Paradise and See How They Run

George Clooney and Julia Roberts star in Ticket to Paradise. Picture: Universal Pictures

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Cinema Prices
Full price: £9
Concessions: £8
Peak time: (Week days post 5.30pm and all-day weekends)
Full price: £10
Concessions: £9
Family Cinema: (everyone pays) £6
Friends: £1 off prices shown
Booking online is FREE

Box Office/Info: 020 8232 1010

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Thu 6 October

19:00 Jack Absolute Flies Again – National Theatre Live

Fri 7 October

12:45 Ticket To Paradise

15:00 Don’t Worry Darling

17:30 Flux Gourmet - Safe Seating Screening

20:00 Prima Facie – National Theatre Encore

Sat 8 October

13:00 Rabbit Academy – Family Cinema

15:15 Ticket To Paradise

17:30 Flux Gourmet

19:45 Don’t Worry Darling

Sun 9 October

14:30 Don’t Worry Darling

17:15 Ticket To Paradise

19:45 Flux Gourmet

Mon 10 October

13:00 Flux Gourmet

15:30 Ticket To Paradise

18:00 Don’t Worry Darling

20:30 Flux Gourmet

Tue 11 October

13:00 Ticket To Paradise

15:15 Don’t Worry Darling – Subtitled and Audio Description and Safe Seating Screening

18:00 Flux Gourmet

20:30 Ticket To Paradise

Wed 12 October

11:30 Ticket To Paradise – Parent & Baby Screening

15:00 Don’t Worry Darling

18:45 Aida – Royal Opera House Live

Thu 13 October

13:00 Ticket To Paradise

15:30 Don’t Worry Darling

18:00 Flux Gourmet

20:30 Don’t Worry Darling


Tue 27 September


Director: Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier | 190m (including one interval) | 2022 | UK | Sung in Italian |English supertitles

Tue 19:15

Wed 5 October


Director Of Choreography: Kenneth MacMillan | 205m (including two intervals) | 2022 | UK

Wed 19:15


Thu 6 October


Director: Emily Burns | Running Time TBC | 2022 | UK

Thu 19:00

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October 6, 2022

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