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Films for a fiver: Arnold’s Bonington Theatre slashes film prices on Tuesdays!

Upcoming blockbusters include 'Barbie', 'Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1", "Oppenheimer", "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny", "Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken" and more.


While there’s not much we enjoy more than watching a big screen in a comfy chair for hours and classing it as socialising, heading to the cinema can often set you back a small fortune – and that’s before you’ve even bought any popcorn.

So Bonington Theatre in Arnold is slashing the stigma that going to the cinema is expensive by cutting all its cinema ticket prices to a fiver on Tuesdays.

This new money-saving offer has been launched to help make cinema more accessible and affordable for people.

PICTURED: The Bonington

The ‘Films for a Fiver’ promotion allows people to buy tickets for film screenings on Tuesdays for £5, so they can watch the latest Hollywood blockbusters and independent films at a reduced cost. 

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Upcoming blockbusters include ‘Barbie’, ‘Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1″, “Oppenheimer”, “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny”, “Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken” and more.

Located alongside the Arnold Leisure Centre on High Street, The Bonington Theatre hosts a wide range of live music, theatre shows, comedy gigs and films throughout the year. 

Leader of Gedling Borough Council, Councillor John Clarke MBE said: “We are delighted to offer ‘Films for a Fiver’ on Tuesdays at The Bonington Theatre as a way to make the magic of cinema more accessible for everyone, particularly with the ongoing cost of living crisis. 

“We aim to create a welcoming and affordable environment for film fans across the borough, encouraging them to enjoy the immersive experience of watching all the latest films on the big screen.” 

Customers can book film tickets for Tuesday screenings for just £5, saving £1.80 on standard adult tickets. Children, concessions and carers will save 80 pence per ticket. There’s free entry for children under two years old and customers aged 16-25 with a Young Person’s Membership already receive a reduced cinema ticket price of £4. 

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See what’s on and book cinema tickets online at, in-person at the box office or call 0115 901 3640.

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