Bargain Cinema For Youngsters This Spring At BFI Southbank Bargain Cinema For Youngsters This Spring At BFI Southbank
Visiting the cinema can be a costly affair, but this Spring at the British Film Institute (BFI), audience members aged 25 and under can... Bargain Cinema For Youngsters This Spring At BFI Southbank

Visiting the cinema can be a costly affair, but this Spring at the British Film Institute (BFI), audience members aged 25 and under can benefit from their fantastically affordable ticketing scheme.

From previews of new releases such as Their Finest, and Mindhorn, to restored classics, and even their retrospective film seasons such as RW Fassbinder and Girls Like Us, all films, at any time, will be priced at just £3.

Films currently screening at the BFI Southbank include Paul Verhoeven’s bracingly brilliant Elle, and a huge selection of Fassbinder titles including a new theatrical run of his masterpiece, Fear Eats The Soul. New titles forthcoming include Raw, I Am Not Your Negro, and The Red Turtle.

All guests have to do in order to secure their £3 tickets is to sign up for a BFI account online, ensuring the “25 and Under” box is ticked during registration. Tickets can be redeemed on the door at BFI Southbank, which will be available 45 minutes before the film’s advertised start time. All tickets are subject to availability. Tickets are limited to one per person and are not transferable. Photo proof of age must be shown on each visit, e.g. passport, driving licence, citizen card or ID card. Full terms and conditions can be found here.

Check out the full BFI Southbank film programme for more information and titles.

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