At Picturedrome Cinemas we run a strict age restriction policy and as such you must be prepared to present valid ID if you look under 25.
If a film is age restricted , the customer must bring recognised photographic identification, regardless if a ticket has been purchased online.
Films rated are suitable for children aged 12 and over; however children younger than 12 may watch; so long as they are accompanied by a suitable adult (over 18).
The accompanying adult must supervise the child at all times.
In such circumstances, responsibility for allowing a child under 12 to view lies with the accompanying adult.
Films rated and are suitable for persons of this age and over only; regardless of parental concent or accompaniment.
For films rated you must be prepared to present valid ID if you look under 18.
For films rated you must be prepared to present valid ID if you look under 21.
Alcohol sales are strictly for over 18's and we operate a challenge 25 policy.
We accept the following forms of 'valid ID'
Photographic Student Card (with a clear image and date of birth printed on card)
Other photographic ID cards; carrying the Pass Hologram
***Parental consent or accompaniment is not a valid form of identification.***
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Responsibility for providing suitable identification falls solely with the customer.
If Valid identification cannot be provided, when requested, you will not gain entry to the film and your tickets and booking fee will not be refunded.
The final decision with regard to the production of identification; and it's suitability to prove age rests with the Staff of the cinema, and the Companies' decision in this matter is final.