Cinébites

A heart made up of vegetables and fruit

Film + Meal Deal

30% off any of the mains dishes from our menu

Every Wednesday (from 12:00 - 20:00) cinema ticket holders can get 30% off any of the main dishes from our Café & Bar menu – which range from Watershed's classic fish and chips to oyster mushroom katsu curry, beef and veggie burgers, and much more.


Upcoming Cinébites Screenings

The Green Knight

classified 15
The Green Knight
Fri 24 - Thu 30 Sept
Film
Director David Lowery’s epic fantasy adventure finally gets a cinema release! Based on the timeless Arthurian legend, The Green Knight tells the story of Sir Gawain (Dev Patel), King Arthur's reckless and headstrong nephew, who embarks on a daring quest to confront the eponymous Green Knight (Ralph Ineson), a gigantic emerald-skinned stranger and tester of men.

The Alpinist

classified 12A
The Alpinist
Fri 24 - Thu 30 Sept
Film
An intimate documentary of visionary climber Marc-André Leclerc, who follows the path of his own passion, despite the heaviest of possible consequences.

Balloon

classified 12A S
Balloon
Fri 24 - Thu 30 Sept
Film
Tibetan director Pema Tseden’s multi-award-winning family drama slyly addresses China’s one-child policy as a family struggle against the conflicting dictates of nature, spirituality, politics, and free will.
Relaxed Screeniing: The Alpinist
Wed 29 Sept 19:00
Film
A Relaxed Screening of The Alpinist, an intimate documentary about visionary climber Marc-André Leclerc, who follows the path of his own passion, despite the heaviest of possible consequences.

Gagarine

classified 12A S
Gagarine
Fri 24 - Thu 30 Sept
Film
Fanny Liatard and Jérémy Trouilh’s lovely, moving feature debut sets its scene in Cité Gagarine – a vast red brick housing project on the outskirts of Paris – concocting a fantastical fiction around its real-life demolition in August 2019.
The Man Who Sold His Skin
Fri 1 - Thu 7 Oct
Film
A beautifully shot, thought-provoking Oscar®-nominated satire about the art world, refugee politics in Europe, and the possibility of freedom.

No Place Like Home

classified 18
UK Premiere: No Place Like Home
Tue 5 - Thu 7 Oct
Film
Almost fifty years after Perry Henzell’s The Harder They Come put Jamaica on the cinematic map, the late director’s long-lost second feature No Place Like Home, which went into production in 1973, at last achieves a theatrical release. Reconstructed and restored, this definitive version of the film is both a sun-kissed love letter to Jamaica and a thoughtful examination of it.
UK Premiere: The Story of a Three-Day Pass
Fri 1 - Thu 7 Oct
Film
Melvin Van Peebles’ French New Wave-inspired first feature, newly restored.

The Harder They Fall (LFF Preview)

classified 18 (CTBA) BFI London Film Festival 2021
The Harder They Fall (LFF Preview)
Wed 6 Oct 20:00
Film
Inspired by the real-life stories of African-American cowboys and featuring an all-star cast, director Jeymes Samuel’s feature debut is an explosive and stylish Western quite unlike any other.

My Little Sister

classified 18 (CTBA) PS
My Little Sister
Fri 8 - Thu 14 Oct
Film
Berlin-born twins Lisa and Sven share a lifelong passion for theatre but news of cancer brings the siblings together in this tender and compassionate tale of familial bonds.

Pier Kids

classified 18 (CTBA)
Pier Kids
Fri 8 - Thu 14 Oct
Film
An extraordinary and immersive documentary that follows three homeless queer youth as they navigate prostitution, the welfare system, and their biologicial families in order to find stable housing.

The Phantom of the Open

classified 18 (CTBA) BFI London Film Festival 2021
The Phantom of Open
Wed 13 Oct 20:10
Film
Truth is funnier than fiction in Craig Roberts' delightful and effortlessly charming tribute to Maurice Flitcroft, the ‘world’s worst golfer’.

The Velvet Underground

classified 18 (CTBA)
The Velvet Underground
Fri 15 - Thu 21 Oct
Film
Acclaimed director Todd Haynes explores how The Velvet Underground created a new sound that changed the world of music, cementing their place as one of the most influential bands in rock and roll.

The details

How to claim

All you have to do to receive the discount is mention Cinébites and show your cinema ticket to the member of staff when you arrive in the Café & Bar.

When to eat

You can eat either before or after your screening (all our film pages now detail the end times of films so you can easily book a table in advance) - the kitchen closes at 20:00 so orders must be in before then! We recommend you allow at least one hour before your screening to eat.

How are we doing?

We really want to hear your feedback on this offer as it's important for us to get it right for you. Drop us a line at communications@watershed.co.uk and we'll be happy to talk.