Visiting the Hippodrome
- Booking Tickets
- Ticket Prices
- How to Get Here
- Facilities and Disability Access
There is usually no need to book, but tickets can be booked in advance during the
open hours or from the Falkirk Stadium, Monday to Saturday, 9:30am - 4:45pm.
Telephone bookings incur no additional charge unless you want tickets posted to you, in which case there is a £1.00 postage charge.
Unless otherwise stated
£18.50 (4 tickets)
Cuppa with refreshments:
£6.60 (£4.10 film only)
Jeely Jar Screening:
£2.75 (2-for-1 with clean jam jar and lid)
£113.85 (£11.10 concession)
Cuppa Screenings start at 10:30am, cafe pod opens at 10:30am for tea/coffee and
cake. Screening starts at 11:00am. Ticket price includes refreshments. Cuppa
screenings are indicated with a "C" in our listings.
Reel Saturday screenings
Reel Saturday Screenings start at 11:00am. Weekly morning screenings of well-loved
family films and kids' classics. Children under the age of 12
must be accompanied by an adult. These are marked with a "R" in our listings.
Jeely Jar Screening: 2-for-1 ticket deal
Jeely Jar Screenings start at 11:00am on selected Saturday mornings.
In the Hippodrome's heyday youngsters could get their cinema ticket in exchange
for a jeely (jam) jar. Once a season we'll give you the chance to revive the tradition.
Look out for the regular Jeely Jar Specials when you can bring a clean jeely jar
with matching lid and get two tickets for the price of one. The jars will be re-used
for jam-making in the Georgian Kitchen at Callendar House. Jeely Jar screenings
are marked with a J in our listings.
How to get here
Travelling from the west, exit the M9 at J5 onto the A905 then take the A904 into
Bo'ness. From the east, exit at J3 onto the A803 then take the A904 into Bo'ness.
There is no parking available at the Hippodrome. Patrons are advised to use the
nearby Bo'ness Town Centre car parks at Seaview Place, Register Street and Union Street, where parking is free.
There are First Edinburgh bus services to Bo'ness from Edinburgh, Linlithgow,
Bathgate, Falkirk, Stirling, Cumbernauld and Glasgow.
The nearest station to Bo'ness is Linlithgow, which is served by trains from
Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling/Dunblane. Call Traveline Scotland on 0871 200 22
33 or visit Traveline Scotland for help planning your journey
Facilities & disability access
The entrance to The Hippodrome has a ramp and handrails. A number of wheelchairs
can be accommodated in the lower auditorium. Please advise Box Office staff when
purchasing tickets if these are required.
An induction loop is available at the box office and in the auditorium, and infra
red sound transmission is fitted in the cinema.
An adapted WC is located on the ground floor. Parking for disabled patrons is available
on Hope Street and Hamilton Lane.
An Audio Description (AD) is available for selected screenings.
CEA (Cinema Exhibitors Association) Card holders are entitled to one free ticket
for a person accompanying them to the cinema. People in receipt of Disability Living
Allowance, Attendance Allowance, or Personal Independence Payment and Registered
Blind people can join the CEA Card scheme. Apply
online or pick up an application form at the
Steeple Box Office, Falkirk or the Hippodrome
Baby changing facilities
Baby Changing facilities The Hippodrome is part of the Family Friendly Initiative
and has baby changing facilities.