Prices are based on a one-night hire and include hire of equipment (Screen, projector, audio and projectionist). If required this also includes high-vis vests, torches and radios. Prices DO NOT include film licensing fees which are payable separately (see below).
**Please note that for a cinema event you will need to start the screening approximately 30 minutes after sunset. Please see the following link for UK sunset times throughout the year: -
In order to deliver a cinema event, you will need organise (with our full support) the following two licenses
If your event has under 499 attendees, you will need to apply for a Temporary Event Notice. This notice is very simple and the cost is only, on average £21. If, however you are planning on having more attendees then this you will need to apply for a Premises Licence. The prices for this licence can vary so you will need to contact the relevant council.
In order to screen any film, you will need the permission of the company who hold the rights. This can be done very easily through a company called www.filmbankmedia.com This company holds a vast library of titles including brand new releases. There are two types of film licence:
This will be a one off payment, based on the type of event and the number of people attending.
This is on average 40% (+VAT) of the ticket sales. You simply complete a form after the event and return payment.