TICKETS

There are loads of ways you can buy your tickets, find out how here...

WHERE TO BUY YOUR TICKETS
In Person Holmfirth Library & Tourist Information Centre, 47 Huddersfield Road. Tel: 01484 414868
Online We have an EventBrite site - links to these tickets can be found on this site
Free events Limited seats. Pick up a ticket from Holmfirth Library & Tourist Information Centre
Picturedrome Events www.picturedrome.net Marsden Events www.gingerbreadhousepresents.co.uk

GENERAL ENQUIRIES
Tel: 01484 684094 or 01484 681388

DISABLED ACCESS
We are keen to ensure that everyone who wants to attend our events can do so. However, the Festival uses a number of different venues, some of which do not have full disabled access. Please contact us in advance to discuss accessibility – we will do whatever we can to assist you – 01484 681388…

FEEDBACK
Could we also request that you fill in the questionnaires we will be giving out at screenings as this is a vital requirement for our fund-raising efforts Thank you.

TICKET DEALS
Golden Ticket £40: Allows entry to all the films in the festival apart from the events such as - Robert Powell, Ladies Who Lunch, Curry & Film Nights, Film in the Barn, Marsden Film & Food events.

SPECIAL TRIPLE FILM DEAL
Buy three different film tickets for £12 (from L&TIC only) and save £3. (Same exceptions apply as for Golden Ticket)

LADIES WHO LUNCH
The £15 ticket includes light lunch (but not drinks) plus entry to Brooklyn (film only ticket £5.00 - L&TIC). The lunch deal is at Mezze, Aldea and The Tap House in Holmfirth and is available from 12 noon. Remember the film starts at 2.30pm so leave plenty of time. Only available from:
Mezze Huddersfield Road 01484 681311 www.mezze-bar-restaurant.com
Aldea Victoria Square 01484 689003 www.aldeaholmfirth.co.uk
The Tap House Victoria Street 01484 681568 www.taphouseholmfirth.co.uk

SUNDAY NIGHT FILMS
The Festival run films at the Picturedrome and at Southgate Theatre (Honley) on Sunday nights on a monthly basis. Forthcoming are the Oscar winner for best foreign film, Saul, Embrace the Serpent, The Club and the Coen Brother’s Hail, Cesar!. Check for details on the Festival and Picturedrome websites.