Hebden Bridge Picture House
Hebden Bridge's Picture House cinema first opened its doors in 1921. Its first screening was a double bill of Torn Sails and The Iron Stair, and apart from short periods of refurbishment, it has been in use as a cinema ever since.
Since 2012 this thriving cinema has been run by Hebden Royd Town Council and offers evening, matinee and elevenses screenings. Showing between 16 and 26 films a month, there's plenty of choice and the programme ranges from mainstream to art-house and foreign language films.
The cinema also participates in festivals such as the fantastic Bradford Film Festival.
Live events from stand-up comedians to music, local amateur and charity events also feature regularly.
The Cinema Programme for Hebden Bridge Picture House can now be found at: Hebden Bridge Picture House: Current Programme Schedule|
- Audio description for the visually impaired is available on selected films. For more information on audio description, see Audio described cinema|
- Easy wheelchair access with twelve designated spaces in auditorium
- Hearing loop
- Soft subtitled screenings for the hearing impaired are shown each month. Refer to our programme for details of the screenings. For more information on soft subtitles, see Accessible cinema|
- Accessible toilet in foyer
- 01422 842807.