Courtesy of Little Theatre Bath

Little Theatre Bath

Built in 1935, the small cinema continues to screen films in the relatively unchanged intimate setting

  • Cinema

A regular rotation of some of the world’s best films, both recent and less-so, make the Little Theatre Cinema a place to return to again and again. Expect to find a programme packed full of indie films, blockbusters, foreign language films, documentaries and vintage numbers. The Little Theatre also hosts special Q&As with actors, directors and producers.

Nestled in the historic heart of Bath city centre, the cinema is a stone’s throw away from the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey and many other world-famous attractions. 

Did you know?

The balcony in Screen One is where the Emperor of Ethiopia Haile Selassie would watch the latest news reels during his exile in Bath from 1936 to 1941.

Location

Accessibility

  • Limited accessibility for wheelchair users
  • Guide dogs permitted
  • Disabled parking
  • Discounted/ Complimentary entry for carers
  • Facilities for visually impaired
  • Facilities for deaf and hard of hearing people
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