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Ticket prices

Ticket Prices

Ticket type

Daytime
(Before 17:00 Mon-Fri)
(Before 14:00 Sat & Sun) 

Evening
(After 17:00 Mon-Fri)
(After 14:00 Sat & Sun) 
Standard
Standard Concession*
The Classic Circle
The Classic Circle concession*
Silver Screen (Over 60s Film Club screenings) 
£7.50
£5.50
£10.00
£9.00
£4.00 
£8.80
£7.30
£11.00
£10.00

 

3D Screenings
3D screenings are subject to a suppliement of £1.75. 

Friends of the Tyneside Cinema

Become a Friend now!

 

 

 

£2.00 off
(unless otherwise specified) 

 

 

 

£2.00 off
(unless otherwise specified) 

Bringing in Baby
Baby under 1 year old
Adult
Adult concession* 


FREE
£7.50
£5.25 

 

Childrens' Film Club Screenings
Ages 15 years or under
Adults & Over 15s 


£3.20
£3.20 
 
Students/Under 18s £5.00 
(not including Classic Circle)
£5.50
(not including Classic Circle)

Young Tyneside 15-19 card 
Aged 15-19? Get a Young Tyneside card and get in for £4.00 at all times (excluding Classic Circle)!

For more information click here!

 


£4.00

 
£4.00

School groups
Student
Teachers (Requires 10 or more students booked in advance).

 


£3.75
FREE 

 
Newsreel screenings and tours
Heritage tours and newsreel screenings 

FREE
 

Special Ticket Offers

Become a Friend and Save ££££s on your cinema tickets each year.

Friends of the Tyneside get £2.00 off film screening tickets and discounts on special events!

Tickets for Job Seekers and those receiving Incapacity Benefit are now just £1.00

If you're the holder of an ES40, or receive Income Support or Incapacity Benefit, please show us your ES50 Card or a recent letter of confirmation (within the last 6 months) of receipt of benefits and you can see movies at the Tyneside every weekday before 5pm for just £1 (excludes special events and Classic Circle).

Student Discount 

Holders of an NUS card can buy tickets everyday for just £5.50 after 17:00 or after 14:00 on weekends and for £5 at all other times. Just show us your NUS card when you buy your ticket. (Please note that this ticket price does not include special events or seats in the Classic Circle). You must have ID available for presentation as requested at the cinema.

A student is classified as someone in full time education and holds a valid form of photo ID such as an NUS, NUS Associate, or ISIC card which clearly shows the period of validity.  You must have the ID available for presentation as requested at the cinema.

Super Tuesdays: Tickets just £4.50 every Tuesday afternoon

Every Tuesday tickets to screenings starting before 5.00pm in our cinemas are just £4.50 each and seats in the Classic Circle are £5.00. Enjoy!

*Concession qualification

Discounts apply to:

  • those receiving income support
  • people in full-time education
  • young people aged 16 and under
  • senior citizens
  • disabled people
  • Active Newcastle Card holders.

The Classic Cinema – wheelchair user access

Wheelchair-user access to The Classic screen is in the Circle only but you can buy Circle tickets at the standard ticket rate for that screening. If you need to be accompanied by a companion to assist you, they will be admitted for free.

Online Security Information

All sales made on the Tyneside Cinema site are made via a secure site. If you are unsure as to the security of our online sales please open the Buy Tickets sales box in a new window (right click and select 'open in new window' from the menu) and you will see the secure address information displayed in the address bar.

How to Buy Tickets

Online

Buy your tickets quickly, easily and securely online – just choose the film or event you want to see and follow the links to book your tickets. Collect them from the Box Office or Tyneside Bar on arrival.

By phone

Give us a call to book over the phone.  Ring 0845 217 9909 with your card payment details ready, then collect your tickets from the Box Office.

In person

You can buy tickets in person at our Box Office and at the Tyneside Bar on the third floor.

Film Classifications

U

Suitable for all.

PG

Parental guidance recommended, some scenes may be unsuitable for children.

12A

Parental supervision required for children under 12.

15

No children under 15 may watch this film.

18

No children may watch this film.

The British Board of Film Classification is an independent, non-governmental body, which has classified cinema films since it was set up in 1912, and videos since the passing of the Video Recordings Act in 1984.

Please note:

  • Ticket offers are subject to availability
  • The use of vouchers and complimentary tickets may be restricted in the first few weeks of the release of a specific film - this is referred to as the 'Free List Suspended' period. Please check the page of the film or event you intend to see or contact the box office in advance of booking to check whether or not it is Free List Suspended. Information is subject to change.

  • Only one discount is available on any ticket at any time
  • Reservations must be paid for in advance at point of booking
  • A booking fee of £1.30 per transaction will be made for online purchases