Four days and counting …

There are just four days left now before Woman in Gold is screened as part of the launch of Aylsham Picture House …

The catering team are picking up the nibbles and drinks for Friday night’s screening. Why not arrange to meet up with friends for a quick drink before from 6.30pm onwards. Enjoy a pre-screening musical interlude with our Klezma band,

There will also be a special performance on opening night from  klezmer duo ‘Klezling”. Originally played at weddings, this music is lively, joyful and full of emotion, while at the same time mournful and exotic sounding to the Western ear. This is a fitting musical interlude for Woman in Gold – and a celebration of the contribution to our cultural heritage from the Jewish community.

The programme starts around 7pm and the main feature screens at 7.15pm – see you there!


We have sold the last remaining tickets for our opening night screening: Woman in Gold, starring Helen Mirren.

If you would like to be added to our waiting list for returns please follow this link. Also, join our mailing list to get priority notice of our film seasons and avoid disappointment in the future.

Woman in Gold selling out – get your ticket now!

We are thrilled that Woman in Gold, our first screening on Friday 28th August is near to a sell out! It does mean however, that if you don’t want to be disappointed you should get your ticket now…

Look out for an article about Aylsham Picture House in the next edition of Just Aylsham, due to hit your doormat around the 25th of this month. There will be plenty of information about the full season. If you want to get more details now take a look at our website now.


Box Office now open

We are thrilled to launch our website today with lots of information about Aylsham Picture House and the people involved in this project to bring film and the arts to the centre of Aylsham.

We hope that residents from Aylsham and the surrounding area will enjoy watching some of the leading movie stars (and some not so well known) in the comfort of the Town Hall from the end of August.

As we grow we hope to increase the number and frequency of films we can show and introduce special themed nights to include live performance to make each of these events more memorable.

Over the longer term we will also be developing a number of educational projects with local schools, colleges and those interested in life-long learning.

You can buy tickets for our films from Barnwell’s newsagents in the Market Place in central Aylsham and they cost £5 per film.