Falkirk Community Trust is delighted to announce that the Hippodrome Cinema has received a total of £51,552 from the open call for applications to the Screen Scotland Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund.
The Hippodrome Silent Film Festival celebrates the new roaring twenties - in 2020!
The Hippodrome Cinema, Bo’ness is among 10 community groups from across Scotland to receive new funding to transform the local cinema going experience. From Hawick to Peebles, local cinemas have been awarded a total of £318,058 through Screen Scotland’s Cinema Equipment Fund.
The December brochure has landed! You can download from here or browse through our brilliant programme online..
Saturday 21 March will see the return of The Dodge Brothers to Bo’ness to accompany the 1930 silent film ‘City Girl’ screening during the Hippodrome Silent Film Festival. Followed by a one-off music gig on Sunday 22 March in the capital’s favourite music venue The Queen’s Hall.
Scotland's oldest purpose-built picture house has been shortlisted for Cinema of the Year (for a company with 24 screens or under) in the 2019 Screen Awards.
The November brochure has landed! You can download from here or browse through our brilliant programme online..
Hippodrome Silent Film Festival creators announce their third season of films with live music.
We had a fantastic reception to our exciting Summer season of Metropolitan Opera Encore's...
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