Light House, a registered charity, is the Black Country’s only independent cinema, plus galleries and a café bar, set within the Victorian architecture of The Chubb Buildings, Wolverhampton.

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Information & Bookings

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Box Office & Gallery opening hours:

9am - 8.30pm
Sat & Sun
Open 45mins before first screening - 8.30pm

Highlights from our Blog

  1. 05 Nov

    101.8 WCR FM Presents: Live Night

    Join WCR FM’s very own James Levett & Susan Vickers as they host an intimate evening of live music, raising awareness for the #SaveLightHouse Campaign. Monday 26 November 2018 7pm – 10pm Performing on the night HEADLINE Tear It Down SUPPORTING Bethany Anniemae | Sam Draisey Bhangra Smash Up Anthony Price AmyG THIS EVENT IS […]

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  2. 01 Nov

    News: ‘Senior Army’ form to #SaveLightHouse

    A ‘senior army’ of volunteers passionate about Light House has formed a support group to help keep our independent cinema in the city. A group of members of the University of the Third Age gathered at the venue for a meeting with cinema management at the end of the summer, saying they wanted to help […]

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  3. 25 Oct

    101.8 WCR FM Presents: Live Night

    Join us for this fundraising evening for Light House, hosted by 101.8 WCR’s James Levett and Susan Vickers. An evening of relaxed live music, starting at 6pm.

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  4. 25 Oct

    Behind The Scenes at the BBFC

    Have you ever wondered how decisions are reached for the age ratings on films? What makes the difference between a 12A and 15 scene, and what material might possibly need to be cut – and why? Come along to our ‘Behind the scenes at the BBFC’ masterclass session and hear about both the history of […]

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  5. 25 Oct

    Waiting For You

    Paul investigates his late father’s increasingly disturbing past and becomes suspicious of the mysterious, melancholic and possibly dangerous Madeleine. Starring Colin Morgan, Fanny Ardent and Audrey Bastien.   UK, France 2018 Language: French and English CINEMA PRICES Tickets: £8.40 Concs: £6.90 (OAP/Disabled/Unemployed) Under 25s and students: £4.50 all screenings Sunday offer: £7.20 adults / £6.45 […]

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  6. 24 Sep

    Classic Horror Season at Light House

    It’s that time of year again! As the nights draw in, the classic horrors come out at Light House. Dress up in your halloween finest and join us on a specially-spookified Lock Works bar for the halloween night screening of Evil Dead. Here’s the full line up: FRANKENSTEIN Thurs 11th Oct, 6pm, 8.20pm Cert PG, […]

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  7. 24 Sep

    Open Minds

    Join us in the gallery for an informal get-together and opportunity for men of all ages and backgrounds to discuss mental wellbeing and other topics openly and honestly. We’re looking to create a safe and welcoming space to bring the subjects out into the open. Find us in the gallery between 7pm and 9pm.

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  8. 07 Sep

    West Midlands Mayor Andy Street visits Light House

    PRESS RELEASE       ANDY STREET VISITS THREATENED CITY CENTRE VENUE   Mayor of the West Midlands, Andy Street, visited Wolverhampton this morning, prompted by the community campaign to ‘Save Light House’, the Black Country’s only independent cinema, from closure. The campaign, launched in July has received huge support from customers, with ticket sales […]

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  9. 01 Sep

    Black Country Type – An exhibition of work by Tom Hicks

      To coincide with the launch of his debut photobook Black Country Type, the Light House is hosting an exhibition of work by Tom Hicks. Black Country Type is an ongoing photography project that explores type, street graphics and words in the urban environment. His work has appeared in Fused and Provide magazines and he has recently exhibited at the […]

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  10. 31 Aug

    Film Poster Event

    We have a catalogue of hundreds of film posters in our vaults and we’d like to offer customers the chance to take one home in return for a donation of £5 to our charity to help #SaveLightHouse on Sunday 16th September, 2.30 – 4.30pm. Free Entry To browse the titles (sorry we don’t have photos […]

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