Small Cinema


Join us every month to enjoy a range of family friendly movies that little ones AND grown ups will love! Screenings take place in the Library Performance Space and there are 80 tickets available for each movie (unless specified otherwise).

TICKETS: £3.00 each – includes a goodie bag with drink and popcorn for all kids!

PLUS… Fun arts and crafts linked to the film from 12 noon–2pm in the foyer.

Win the DVD to take home in the raffle held at the end of each family film

Book online or pay in person at Gallery Oldham.

Hidden Figures (PG) Thursday 14th October, 7pm, £3.

To celebrate Black History Month Small Cinema is showing Hidden Figures, a biographical drama that follows three female African-American mathematicians who deal with racism and gender discrimination whilst playing a pivotal role in astronaut John Glenn’s launch into orbit.

Click here book tickets via Eventbrite.

Coco (PG) Saturday 23rd October, 2pm, £3. 

Coco follows the story of a young boy whose ambition to prove his musical talent takes him on a journey to the colourful world of the dead.

Crafts from 12 noon.

Click here to book tickets via Eventbrite.

Jumanji (PG) Saturday 13th November, 2pm, £3.

Discover the magical and dangerous world inside the game of Jumanji, based on the picture book by Chris Van Allsburg. The showing will be followed by a range of games to enjoy. Don’t’ miss our 3D Printer in action as it re-creates the Jumanji game pieces.

Crafts from 12noon.

Click here to book tickets via Eventbrite.

A Muppet Christmas Carol (U) Saturday 4th December, 12 noon and 2pm, £3.

The Muppets come together to teach Scrooge the real meaning of Christmas. A fun adaptation of the classic, ‘A Christmas Carol’ by Charles Dickens.

Crafts from 12 noon.

Click here to book tickets via Eventbrite.

It’s a Wonderful Life (U) Wednesday 8th December, 2pm and 7pm, £5, George Street Chapel.

Join us for this special festive pop-up cinema with the ultimate Christmas classic, ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ based on the book ‘The Greatest Gift’ by Phillip Van Doren.

Click here to book tickets via Eventbrite.