This coming Sunday (30th Sept), a number of London cinemas will offer free film tickets to anyone holding a National Lottery ticket.

The National Lottery Cinema Day is a collaboration with the BFI Film Audience Network – a network of cinemas, arts centres, film clubs, film festivals and other organisations that bring a films to audiences across the UK.

FAN members are funded by the National Lottery to organise special screenings and events in order to increase the choice of films available to audiences in as many locations as possible.

The list of London cinemas participating is below, and the full UK list is here.

  • Barbican Centre
  • Curzon Aldgate
  • BFI Southbank
  • Prince Charles Cinema
  • Curzon Soho
  • Picturehouse Central
  • Curzon Mayfair
  • Rio Cinema
  • Hackney Picturehouse
  • The Ritzy, Brixton
  • Clapham Picturehouse
  • East Dulwich Picturehouse
  • Greenwich Picturehouse
  • The Gate, Notting Hill
  • Stratford Picturehouse
  • JW3
  • Crouch End Picturehouse
  • Curzon Wimbledon

You will need to show a Lotto ticket purchased between 26 – 29 September 2018 to get one adult attendance free cinema ticket. Tickets will be issued on a first come, first served basis. Check with the cinema’s for any specific restrictions.

If you buy a Lottery ticket online, print off the ticket, or show it on your phone.

As children aren’t supposed to buy lottery tickets, they can’t claim a free cinema ticket.


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