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Woolton Picture House first opened its doors in 1927 and even with two closures is still going strong more than 90 years later.

The cinema even became the set for 2009 film 'Nowhere Boy', a biopic of John Lennon's adolescence and the creation of his first band The Quarrymen and its evolution into The Beatles.

Now you can experience the feel of what its like to visit a real picture house.
The cinema often hosts special screenings and themed events too.


Woolton Picture House offers reduced tickets for special screenings, which will be advertised at the Woolton Picture House box office.


Standard ticket prices Adults £7.50
Children £5
Family of four (two adults, two kids or one adult, three kids) £22

Opening Hours

Monday to Wednesday 7pm-10.30pm
Thursday 1pm-4pm 7pm-10.30pm
Friday 1pm-4pm 7pm-10.30pm
Saturday 1pm-4pm 7pm-10.30pm
Sunday 1pm-4pm 7pm-10.30pm


3 Mason Street, Woolton, Liverpool, L25 5JH

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0151 428 3737


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