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Folkestone Film Club

About the Film Club

Every Thursday from 10am

The Folkestone Film Club shows international, independent, and critically acclaimed films every Thursday morning.

About the Club

The Folkestone Film Club meets every Thursday morning for guests to socialise and enjoy complimentary tea, coffee, and biscuits in our main screen, followed by a film.

Our doors open at 10:00am, and free tea, coffee, and biscuits are served until 10:50am. Please note that we charge for tea and coffee after this time. The film starts promptly at 11:00am with no adverts, so please ensure you arrive before 10:50am, especially if you would like to take advantage of our complimentary refreshments.

Each film in the programme is repeated in the smaller screen the following week, so you can catch up on any missed screenings. Spaces are limited for repeat screenings, so we recommend pre-booking or arriving early to avoid disappointment.

Seating is not allocated for Film Club shows. Tickets are available to book several weeks in advance for members, and one week in advance for non-members. After advance booking closes on the day, any remaining tickets are sold on on the door on a first-come-first-served basis.

Beat the queue by booking in advance!

You’ll get priority admission to the Film Club when you book your tickets online. Make sure you have your order confirmation email with the QR Code ready to show on arrival, and come straight up past the queue to our kiosk. Staff will check you in at the first available opportunity, and you’ll then be able to proceed straight into the auditorium.

The Folkestone Film Club is supported by REAL Socialising, providing events, day trips and excursions for groups, companies, clubs, friends and families. Find out more at realsocialising.co.uk.

Film Club Ticket and Membership Prices

member
£4.00
stalls & balcony
Folkestone Film Club shows. Valid Film Club membership required.
non-member
£5.50
stalls
Admission to Folkestone Film Club shows without membership.
non-member
£6.00
balcony
Admission to Folkestone Film Club shows without membership.
membership
£10.00
per year
Film Club membership can be purchased below.

Membership Benefits

You can support the Film Club by joining as a member. As a Film Club member, you’ll enjoy the following benefits:

  • Save £1.50 or more on admission to the Film Club each week.
  • Priority advance tickets for Film Club shows.
  • No booking fees for Film Club shows.

After purchase, annual memberships can be managed or renewed online here. Memberships are subject to our Terms & Conditions.


The Folkestone Classic Film Club was founded in 2003 by Peter Gee Pemberton and John Swift to bring international, independent, and critically acclaimed films to their community. Today’s club continues in the same spirit.


Showing This Week

The Old Oak15

15
The Old Oak
Drama
Wheelchair Accessible Assistive Listening Available Audio Description Available

Directed by Ken Loach • Starring Dave Turner, Ebla Mari, Claire Rodgerson • 113 mins • 15

When Syrian refugees are suddenly placed into a run-down former mining town in the North East, local tensions and hostilities rise. Despite this, the landlord of the town's last surviving pub welcomes them, hoping to find common ground between the two communities.

15No-one younger than 15 will be admitted. Proof of age may be required.

Book Tickets

Thu 29th Feb
11:00

One Life12A

12A
One Life
Drama / History
Wheelchair Accessible Assistive Listening Available Audio Description Available

Directed by James Hawes • Starring Anthony Hopkins, Helena Bonham Carter, Jonathan Pryce • 110 mins • 12A

The true story of British humanitarian Nicholas Winton, who helped save hundreds of Central European children from the Nazis on the eve of World War II.

12AChildren younger than 12 years must be accompanied by an adult aged 18+. Proof of age may be required.

Book Tickets

Thu 29th Feb
11:00