Hawkhurst and Rye:
First film of the day: £9.50 (all tickets for screenings starting at 10.30 or earlier Mon – Fri except for 2-for-1 Tuesday)
Kids’ Club: £9.50 (Children 14 or under screenings starting before 11.00 Sat – Sun; accompanying adult is free on a 1:1 basis. Additional adults pay £9.50)
Adults before 15.00: £12.50
Adults after 15.00: £13.50
Seniors 60+ before 15.00 £11.50 / members before 15.00: £11.25
Seniors 60+ after 15.00 £12.50 / members after 15.00: £12.25
Children age 14 and under, students 15 and over in full-time education, college or university: £9.50* *except 2-for-1 Tuesday
All day on Monday and Wednesday & Thursday matinees starting before 16.00 : £9.50 (all tickets) except Christmas Eve, Boxing Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day
All day Tuesday – Thursday, before 17.30 on Friday and Saturday and before 17.00 on Sunday: £13.50 / seniors 60+ £12.50 / members £12.25
After 17.30 on Friday and Saturday and after 17.00 on Sunday: £14.50 / seniors 60+ £13.50 / members £13.25
Kino Babies parent and baby screenings: £9.50 (all tickets, babes in arms are free)
Children age 14 and under, students aged 15 and over in full-time education, college or university: £9.50* *except 2-for-1 Tuesday
Gift vouchers: if you wish to book tickets and pay with a Kino gift voucher, please call the cinema. Please have your gift voucher code ready.
Tuesdays all day: 2 tickets for the price of one for the same film screening (full prices only, concession or member prices only apply if an odd number of tickets is required). Excludes event cinema.
Rye Market Day Special: all tickets £9.50 for screenings starting before 5pm on a Thursday at Kino Rye only, excluding the Christmas and New Year holiday. Does not include event cinema.
Double Bill (2 consecutive films): first film at the full price (or concession price if this applies), second film £9.50
Special rates may apply for groups of 11 or more (standard film tickets only); please contact the cinema for more details.
Opera, Ballet, Theatre and Special Events
Royal Opera House, National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company: £20.00 (full price) / £18.00 (members & concessions) / £12.50 (16 and under)
Other Events: ticket price set on an individual event basis
No other promotions apply to our opera, ballet, theatre and special event tickets and member free tickets may not be used.
A booking fee of 75p per ticket is included in the total price paid and covers the cost of providing the ticket booking service.
Prices and promotions are subject to change without notice.
Terms and conditions
All customers must have a valid ticket for entry into the cinema, except babes in arms who may sit on a parent’s / guardian’s lap. Children over 1 year must have their own seat and ticket.
A child is someone aged 14 or under. Holders of a child ticket who appear to be older than 14 may be asked to provide proof of age. Holders of a student (aged 15 and over) ticket must be able to provide valid proof that they are in full-time education, college or university if asked.
It is the parent’s / guardian’s responsibility to come out of the cinema if babies or young children are disturbing the enjoyment of others. Kino reserves the right to request that noisy or unruly babies / children are removed from the cinema and no refund or transfer shall be permitted. BBFC guidelines regarding film certificates and general suitability for young children apply in all cases – click here for more information.
All cinema tickets paid for online will be issued as electronic (e-) tickets and sent via email. Please check your junk / spam folder if your confirmation email does not arrive in your inbox.
For customers that are not able to print their tickets at home/work, or for lost tickets, a duplicate can be printed at the cinema on arrival. Please make a note of the booking reference and date / time of screening.
All tickets are to be scanned on entry to the cinema for fire safety reasons and to check ticket validity. Kino staff reserve the right to challenge any suspected fraudulent activity.
The purchase of a ticket entitles the bearer access to the film screening named on the ticket on the stated date and time. Once issued tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable. Kino is not obliged to rectify mistakes after the purchase has been completed.
Exceptional circumstances should be put in writing to:
Kino Hawkhurst: The Manager, Kino Hawkhurst, Victoria Hall, Rye Road, Hawkhurst, Kent TN18 4ET or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Ticket(s) and/or proof of purchase must be enclosed.
Kino Rye: The Manager, Kino Rye, Lion Street, Rye, East Sussex TN31 7LB or by email to email@example.com. Ticket(s) and/or proof of purchase must be enclosed.
Kino Bermondsey: The Manager, Kino Bermondsey, 10 Bermondsey Square, London SE1 3UN or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Ticket(s) and/or proof of purchase must be enclosed.
Customers must not resell or offer for resale any tickets or use tickets for promotional purposes. A ticket will be rendered invalid if it is discovered that it has been resold (whether at a premium or otherwise) or used for promotional purposes.
Proof of age or status may be required. Children under 12 must be accompanied by a responsible adult and may not left unattended on the Premises.
Members must accompany their guests in order for the group to benefit from the member ticket discount. If any fraudulent use of a membership account is discovered, Kino reserves the right to cancel that membership immediately without refund.
All tickets are governed by the terms and conditions of the issuer. By law all ticket purchases must adhere to the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) guidelines on age restrictions for films shown in a cinema.
Right of entry reserved. Kino reserves the right to refuse admission to, or require to leave the premises (without providing a refund) any customer who is a risking the safety of others, appears to be intoxicated and/or is behaving in an antisocial or criminal way, is spoiling the enjoyment of others, is smoking on the premises, brings cameras of recording equipment into the cinema or breaks the law in any other way. It is a criminal offence to make a recording of a film for sale or to distribute or communicate a recording to the public in the course of business and to the prejudice of the copyright owner. Anyone making such a recording may be arrested and prosecuted.
Please look after your personal possessions – Kino accepts no responsiblity for loss or damage on its premises. Please ask a member of staff if you have lost an item that we may have found.