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We often get asked certain questions, here are some of the most FAQs...


Q. Do I need to be a member to come to No6? A. No but we have a loyalty card scheme to reward regular visitors.

Q. Can we buy tickets on the door? A. Yes, we always keep some tickets available for walk ups for every film. We only take card payments now but you can book online in advance or purchase tickets on the door.

Q. Can I park in the dockyard? A. No, but there is a multi-storey car park in Admiralty Way just around the corner and a council car park in Havant Street.

Q. Do you have to pay for the films you screen? A. Yes, we pay a fee to the distributor for all the films we show this includes all titles including Netflix.

Q. Can I bring my bike into the dockyard? A. Only if you possess a dockyard pass.

Q. Can I buy a ticket over the phone? A. Unfortunately not.

Q. Can I help No6 in some way? A.YES! If you could follow this link and fill in the survey, we would be more than grateful.

Peter has worked all his life at a Manchester bank. When he is awarded an early retirement, he decides to visit his brother in Benidorm, only to discover that he's disappeared.

It Snows In Benidorm is our Thursday matinee this week. Most films come with a HOH version but on this occasion there isn't one available. We are very sorry because we know that some people like the subtitled version. We will contact everyone who has booked and are happy to refund your money if you no longer wish to attend. We will still be offering our free tea, coffee, biscuits and a cheery welcome. Will double check in future!

After a particularly harsh winter Brian goes into a deep depression; completely isolated and with no one to talk to, Brian does what any sane person would do when faced with such a melancholic situation. He builds a robot.

Thursday evening's film Brian and Charles is ridiculous and's what British films do best. A goofy, non taxing delight with a creative spin on Frankenstein proving that one man's trash is another man's treasure.

The residents of a lonely gulch in inland California bear witness to an uncanny and chilling discovery.

Jordan Peele has carved himself an awesome reputation. Nope on Friday evening will bewitch you so you can never look away.

Rejoin the world's oldest ‘buoy band’ as they struggle to navigate the pressures, pitfalls and temptations of their newfound fame.

Let us pour you a beer or a glass of wine while you kick back and wallow in the warm bath that is Fisherman's Friends: One and All on Saturday night. Bar opens at 6.15pm.

Coming Soon

Night of the Living Dead on Saturday 29th October. Come early for our free Zombie make-up session, sup a Zombie cocktail and play Zombie Laser Quest before the film. Halloween sorted!

A group of strangers trapped in a farmhouse find themselves fending off a horde of recently dead, flesh-eating ghouls.

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