We are very sorry for the problems that many of you encountered when attempting to book tickets earlier this week. The problem is solved now, though we continue to monitor it. We think it was caused by the high numbers of attempted bookings all coming through at the same time. You will only have been charged if you received a booking code after you entered your card details.
Fiona – 07/10/21
“It’s better than good. It’s magnificent” The Times
“ticks all the boxes, but brilliantly” Empire
“What a joy and relief it is to have you back” Telegraph
“an epic barnstormer … delivering pathos, action drama, camp comedy, heartbreak, macabre horror and outrageous silly old-fashioned action” Guardian
We’ve been expecting you, Mr Bond, for a very long time and we’re delighted that our first batch of tickets are now on sale. We’ll screen No Time To Die from Friday 22 October in Tobermory, followed by Kilchoan, Lochaline, Strontian, Millport, Brodick and Jura. Then we’ll put more tickets on sale in more locations at regular intervals. We expect to screen No Time To Die in all of the locations that we visit regularly – though it will take a few months to complete a tour, through to early 2022.
Most locations will have more than one screening, and a few will have a captioned screening, to enable people with varying hearing loss to access the full cinema experience. Our marketing and publicity material will make clear which screenings are captioned.
We’re delighted that the film’s distributor, Universal, have given us permission to screen No Time To Die from 22 October. Screen Machine will be one of the first single screen cinemas in the UK to be able to screen it as part of a varied programme.
The best way to keep informed of when tickets will go on sale is to sign up to receive an e-newsletter for your location. You can do that by following this link.