The Southwold Electric Picture Palace


The Electric Picture Palace was opened in 2002. It is named after the first Southwold cinema and has 68 authentic cinema seats, a box office, kiosk, circle, organ, air-conditioning, etc.

The Electric Picture Palace is owned and run by Southwold Film Society. From 2008 a Wedding Licence has been held. The Electric Picture Palace is also available for private parties.

The Electric Picture Palace shows films in 'Seasons' throughout the year, with a short break in between each Season.

The Southwold Film Society, formed in 1997, tries to capture the essential atmosphere of traditional British cinema-going showing classic films old and new and is a registered charity (No. 1080324). Any operating cash surplus will be used for the charitable aims which include local film-making. New members welcome.

Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.

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