Pitshanger Pictures

Pitshanger Pictures exists to inform, entertain and strengthen community in North Ealing by screening films that stimulate conversation and discussion on questions in life.

No need to book tickets, just come along. Doors open half an hour before the screenings unless otherwise specified.
Ticket prices
All ticket prices include a drink and a snack
Other screenings – child (under 16) £6 / adult £8
Pitshanger Pictures – take 2 – Mondays at 8pm, ticket price £5, excluding drink and snack.

Pitshanger Pictures Opera – £10, not including food

NEW : On selected Wednesdays, we will be showing documentary films in the small hall, with new equipment purchased with a grant from the BFI

Coming Up

Wednesday 15 February    My Nazi Legacy (15)@ 8.15 pm

Saturday 18 February       Trumbo (15) @ 8.00 pm

Monday 27 February         The 100 Foot Journey (PG) @ 8.00 pm

Monday 13 March            Ethel & Ernest (PG) @ 8.00 pm

Wednesday 15 March        Life Animated (E)@ 8.15 pm

Saturday 18 March           Florence Foster Jenkins (PG) @ 8.00 pm

Monday 27 March             Anomalisa (15) @ 8.00 pm






Upcoming Showings

Lo & behold: Reveries of the connected world (E) (98 mins) – Wednesday 18th January, 8.15pm

Werner Herzog chronicles the virtual world from its origins to its outermost reaches, exploring the digital landscape with the same curiosity and imagination previously trained on earthly destinations as disparate as the Amazon, the Sahara, the South Pole and the Australian outback.  A provocative look at the Internet.

Love & Friendship (U) (90 mins) – Saturday 21st January, 8pm

Witty adaptation of Jane Austen’s novella, Lady Susan, a high class widow whose waning finances threaten her status and lifestyle.  With her confidante. Mrs Alicia Johnson, the sharp-tongued Lady Susan sets her sights on the charming Reginald de Courcy in the hope of a marriage and financial security.

Rigoletto (E) (165 mins) – Sunday 22nd January, 7pm. Supper from 6pm.

The tyrannical nature of the Duke, and the appalling social injustice that springs from a corrupt leader: his court is a place of physical and sexual abuse. This violence throws the dual nature of Rigoletto into relief, making his toadyism seem the worse and his vengefulness the more sympathetic.

M (PG)(110 mins) – Monday 23rd January, 8pm

Fritz Lang’s first sound movie, the serial-killer film M, has been voted the best German film of all time.  The young Peter Lorre is terrifyingly ordinary as the child murderer whom police and criminals hunt down in what is still one of the best forensic police procedurals ever made.