We look forward to welcoming you to Cinema Rediscovered 2024. Below you can find information about ticketing, partner venues and suggested accommodation.


Festival Pass

The Cinema Rediscovered Festival Pass allows you to select from 60+ Cinema Rediscovered screenings and events between Wed 24 - Sun 28 July. Subject to availability, terms and conditions apply. Buy your Pass here. Pass holders get a free three-month trial from curated online film streaming platform MUBI.

Pass prices: £120 full / £100 concessions / £80 24 and under.

Multi-Ticket Package - on sale from Fri 14 June

Get 20% off the regular ticket price when you book 4-10 Cinema Rediscovered screenings and/or events. The discount will automatically apply when you add the tickets to your basket.

Please note: the Cinema Walks, Projection Tours and the Film Quiz are excluded from the Pass and Package. 

Individual events and screenings (unless otherwise specified)

£10.00 full (plus 12% booking fee*)
£8.00 concessions (plus 12% booking fee*) / Refugees and Asylum Seekers
£5.00 24 or under (plus 12% booking fee*)

Concessions apply to Full Time Students, Job Seekers Allowance and Employment Support Allowance, 66+ who have retired, Equity and BECTU members and disabled people. Where applicable please produce proof of eligibility when collecting a ticket. Complimentary tickets are available for Personal Assistants accompanying customers who are Deaf / Disabled.

*Booking fee applies to online and phone booking only.

Coming as a larger group?

For group bookings of 8 or more people, please email cinema.rediscovered@watershed.co.uk.


All Cinema Rediscovered Pass and ticket holders can get 20% off any 6 O'Clock Gin & Tonic at the Café & Bar and Undershed Bar during the Festival. Pass and ticket holders can also enjoy Aperol Spritz time - get an Aperol Spritz for the reduced price of £7 between 17:00 - 19:00 at the Café & Bar and Undershed Bar during the Festival.


There are lots of great places to stay near the festival, from the cheap and quirky to the grand and luxurious. Find out more at Visit Bristol.

Cinema Rediscovered 2024 Venues


1 Canon’s Road, Harbourside Bristol, BS1 5TX

Watershed is the Cinema Rediscovered Festival Hub and the point of contact for all box office and access queries.

There are two places to eat and drink at Watershed: one spacious indoor Café & Bar on the first floor, where you can either pre-book a table or turn up, as well as Undershed, which has no pre-booking. Find out more.

For more information, head to our Visit page.

Bristol Aquarium Cinema

Anchor Road, Bristol, BS1 5TT

The former Bristol IMAX originally opened in 2000 as a feature of Wildwalk (part of the At-Bristol science centre) and is now used as an occasional events space by the Bristol Aquarium, most notably for the Forbidden Worlds Film Festival.

The large auditorium still retains the impressive 19m x 15m screen to create the ultimate visual experience. When attending the festival, please use the entrance on Anchor Road.

Wheelchair users, or anyone requiring step-free access can access the auditorium via a lift. If you have specific access requirements, or require seating in a specific location, please contact us directly at info@watershed.co.uk and we will do our best to accommodate.

Find out more about how to get there and access info.

20th Century Flicks

19 Christmas Steps, Bristol, BS1 5BS

Bristol's much loved indie video shop 20th Century Flicks, a library of some 20,000 films and home to our tiniest cinemas, the Videodrome and the Kino.

Situated 5 - 10 minutes walk from Watershed on the Christmas Steps, a historic, cobbled pedestrian street. There are 22 steps up to the shop from Colston Avenue and 25 steps down to the shop from Colston Street. There is a loading bay at the bottom of the Christmas Steps on Colston Avenue which can be used as a handy parking space to drop-off or pick-up movies from the shop. Be aware, the steps are uneven and there is no handrail (the street is listed and cannot be modified). 

Find out more about access info.

Curzon Cinema & Arts

46 Old Church Rd, Clevedon BS21 6NN

Curzon Cinema & Arts is one of the UK’s longest running cinemas in the UK in Clevedon built in 1912.

Besides their stunning auditorium, the Curzon has a lounge bar, serving drinks and snacks. Inside a little-changed building, the cinema can boast the world’s longest run of skelionite (1920s tin paneling) and a unique collection of historic film equipment, offering heritage value, locally, nationally and internationally.

To book tickets and plan your visit, head to their website.

Anyone requiring step-free access can enter using the street level door by Teatro Café, along the side of the building on Great Western Road. Find out more about access info.

The Cube Microplex

Dove Street South [off top-left of King Square], Kingsdown, Bristol, BS2 8JD

Formed in 1998 by 4 artists who had no idea what they were getting into, The Cube is an independent volunteer run Microplex, Arts venue, adult creche, independent museum, and progressive social wellbeing enterprise in Central Bristol. They aim to offer alternatives and make a difference - in their programming and in the way they trade. The cinema auditorium is a 105-seater. 

The Cube strives to accommodate everybody, however due to the historic nature of the building this can be difficult for wheelchair users and those with severe mobility issues due to the many steps required to access the venue, and between the various different levels inside. For more information about access head to their website.

Find Kings Square along Jamaica Street or Dighton Street. Go to the top of Kings Square and turn left on to Dove Street. On your left you will see a car park in front of the cube cinema's main entrance. For more information on planning your visit, head to their website.