All You Need to Know

With tickets for No Time to Die now available for its first few Screen Machine locations, we’ve received enquiries about where else it will be screening and how to book tickets. As a lot of these questions were similar, we’ve consolidated their answers onto this page.

Shows on Sale

You can currently buy tickets for the following locations:

Tobermory – 21 to 26 October

Lochaline – 27 & 28 October

Strontian – 29 & 30 October

Millport – 1 to 3 November

Brodick – 4 to 8 November

Jura – 10 & 11 November

Port Ellen – 12 to 15 November

Gigha – 16 & 17 November

Tarbert, Loch Fyne – 18 & 19 November

Lochgilphead – 20 to 23 November

Tighnabruaich – 24 & 25 November

Where Will You Screen Bond?

We will bring No Time to Die to all the locations that are scheduled up to the end of 2021, and into the start of 2022. Check our Where We’ll Be and When page to see when we’ll be in your area. (Please note this currently only lists our visits to the end of the year. If you can’t see your location then we will likely visit it at the start of 2022.)

How Far in Advance Can I Buy Tickets?

We typically put tickets on sale two to three weeks before we visit a location. The best way to know when tickets are on sale in your area is to sign up for our newsletter here.

Can I Reserve Tickets Before They Go on Sale?

No, you may purchase tickets only once they are on sale.

The Screening I Want to Attend is Sold Out. How Do I Obtain Tickets?

For every screening, we hold back 8 tickets to sell on the door of the day. These will be available from Screen Machine when doors open, 30 minutes before the screening starts. Cash only.

What Are Captions?

As we’re showing No Time to Die multiple times in most locations, we’ve decided to include a captioned screening where there will be at least three screenings. Captions are for hard-of-hearing customers and similar to subtitles, adding text for every line of dialogue, as well as descriptions of sounds. We will highlight these screenings in our marketing materials, and when you go to book your tickets you will see CAPTIONED SCREENING written beneath those specific shows.

How Long is No Time to Die?

At 2 hours and 46 minutes, No Time to Die is the longest Bond film to date. There will be no intermission.

What Certificate is No Time to Die?

The BBFC cert is 12A: moderate violence, infrequent strong language.

If you have a more specific question, then please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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