THU 01 NOV – ROUSAY– MAP
FRI 02/SAT 03/SUN 04 NOV – WESTRAY– MAP
MON 05/TUE 06 NOV – HOY– MAP
WED 07 – SHAPINSAY – MAP
FRI 09/SAT 10 NOV – SANDAY– MAP
MON 12 NOV – EDAY– MAP
TUE 13/WED 14 NOV – STRONSAY– MAP
The Screen Machine is an 80-seat air conditioned, digital mobile cinema which brings the latest films to rural area of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. It regularly tours to more than 40 communities, and spends between one and four days in each place. It takes approximately 10-12 weeks to complete one tour.
The Screen Machine was originally set up by the development agency HI-Arts to serve the Highlands and Islands. But for several years now it has been owned and operated by Regional Screen Scotland, which has a remit to develop access to cinema provision in under-provided communities across the whole of Scotland.
HOW MUCH DO TICKETS COST?
Full Price:Adult £7.50
16-and-under, Senior Citizen (60+), Student, Young Scot Cardholders, Income support – £5.50
All Young Scot cardholders are entitled to buy tickets at the concessionary rate. If you are a Young Scot cardholder and a Child, please buy a Child ticket. If you are a Young Scot cardholder and a Student, please buy a Student ticket. If you are a Young Scot cardholder and unemployed, please book an Unemployed ticket. And if you are a Young Scot cardholder and not a Child, Student or Unemployed please buy a Student ticket. You will be asked for proof of status before admittance to the Screen Machine.
There are two ways to buy tickets:
– Book on-line here. Again, these are available up to 3 hours before each show, and they are subject to a booking fee of 50p per ticket.
– At least nine tickets for each film will go on sale at the Screen Machine 30 mins before scheduled start time. Pay cash only for these – no cards!
Please note: All 14-and-unders must be accompanied by a parent/21+ guardian for all 8:00/8:30pm screenings.
Proof of age/status may be required when purchasing or collecting tickets.
The operator reserves the right of admission and will not admit latecomers.