Currently we do not have a permanent indoor venue for Southsea Cinema.  still. We pleased to announce our Christmas  screenings are coming soon at St. Mary’s Church on Tuesday 21st December.

Important note: After reviewing the most recent changes in Government rules we would like to announce our screening rules.  These are designed to minimise contact with other groups and do a safe screening in the church hall.  Seating will be limited to a maximum of 50% capacity.
1.You must wear a mask or have proof that you are exempt. Please maintain social distance from others
2. Preferred to use online payment model rather than cash.
3.Disinfect your hands regullarly.
4.Please observe the one-way path marked out on the floor.

Our Christmas Screenings supported by Film Hub South West, it is part of the BFI Film Audience Network (BFI FAN), a unique collaboration of eight Film Hubs managed by leading film organisations across the UK .

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Tuesday 21st December  at  St Mary’s  Church  Fratton Rd, Fratton, Portsmouth PO1 5PA

Soul (2020)    4pm     100min   PG    Animation
Just when Joe thinks his dream might be in reach, a single unexpected step sends him to a fantastical place where he’s forced to think again about what it truly means to have soul. We are delighted to share this film with you on the big screen.
Miracle on 34th Street (1947)   U  93min   6pm
                                                                     When a nice old man, employed as a department store Santa Claus, is institutionalized as insane, a young lawyer decides to defend him by arguing in court that he is the real thing.
Single ticket £3 and children under 16  £2, free entry for the babies, toddlers and careers (with proof of ID)  BUY TICKETS HERE:

4th RECOVERY FESTIVAL at Kings Theatre

The date : Saturday 6th November 7pm


Dir. Thomas Vinterberg  Cert 12A  116 mins  Denmark | 2020

Winner of the Oscar for Best International Feature Film at the 93rd Academy Awards and winner of the Best Film Not in the English Language at the 74th British Academy Film Awards.

There is an obscure philosophical theory that humans should have been born with a small amount of alcohol in our blood; that modest inebriation opens our minds to the world around us, diminishing problems and increasing creativity.

The film tackles the subject of alcohol abuse but please be aware that if scenes of alcohol consumption are a trigger for you then please only join us for the Q&A session afterwards at 9pm (free entry)

After the screening there will be a Q&A session about addiction and mental health with Toni Mason from TLM Counseling Services. Toni has 9 years’ experience and knowledge on various issues including trauma, anxiety, depression, PTSD, substance misuse, mental health issues and physical health issues.