Evanton Community Cinema

FAQ - Everything you need to know about Evanton Community Cinema

Handy Guide of of frequently asked questions.

How Can I get A Ticket?

Tickets will be available to purchase from the Evanton Co-op, 2 weeks before the showing. As a general rule we hold some tickets back to be sold at the door on the day. Unless the film has already sold out which we would update all messaging on posters, online VDJH Website, Facebook.

On some occasions we may not do tickets if the event is a donation only, we will advertise this on all posters if this is what is happening for the showing.

Can you reserve a ticket for me and I’ll pay on the door?

Unfortunately no, Please be aware we are a community cinema run by volunteers and there is a limit to how much admin and paperwork we can logistically access and keep track of. Please either by at Evanton Co-op or ½ an hour before the showing.

How do I know if a film is suitable for my family?

We will always advertise the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) certificate for each film. You can visit their website for more information and search by film too. British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) | BBFC
U – Suitable for all ages
PG – Parental Guidance (mild peril in places)
12A – Suitable for ages 12 and over ( younger than 12 must have adult supervision)
12 – Suitable for ages 12 and over
15 – Suitable for ages 15 and over
18 – Suitable for ages 18 and over#

Do you have toilets?

Yes, we have toilets on site. We have Female, Male and Accessible toilet.

Do you have disabled access?

Yes. Our disabled access is our side entrance just off the main door on chapel road.

Do you have disabled seating?

We offer a front row of seats with no steps, specifically for those who are disabled or cannot walk up stairs. Wheelchairs can be placed in the front of the hall. We also have ramped access at the side entrance. We accept registered guide dogs.

Can by children go to the cinema unaccompanied?

Children under 10 years old cannot attend a screening unaccompanied (regardless of film certification). They should be accompanied by an adult aged 18 years or older.

Children under 10 cannot attend a screening unaccompanied after 7pm (regardless of film certification).

Can I bring my own food & drinks?

Yes you can take in your own food, this is restricted to juice and snacks. Evening showing you can take alcohol providing your over 18 years of age.

Do you have parking?

There is limited parking on chapel road, There is no car park at the hall. Please ensure that any parking in the road near the Hall does not inconvenience those living nearby and does not prevent access by emergency vehicles or residence driveways or block any junctions or corners. If you can there are two free public car parks on Balconie Street, the hall is a 5 minute walk from there.

Where are you based?

You can find us at Victoria Diamond Jubilee Hall, Chapel Road, Evanton, Ross-shire, IV16 9XT

Are you a charity?

Yes we are. We operate in conjunction with the Evanton Community Trust. All proceeds go towards maintaining the equipment, funding future events and helping maintain the Victoria Diamond Jubilee Hall.

Still got questions? No problem, just contact us and we’ll do our best to answer any queries.

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