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If you’re coming to an outdoor feature - you can arrive 15 minutes or so before the film starts for a strong chance of getting a seat.
You can often expect a short film just before. Sometimes the feature starts shortly after this, which can add to our running time.
Remember it’s not so reliable British Summer Time so bring a blanket and warm jumper/waterproof/insect repellant/suncream for day events.
Blankets available to hire at £3.00. All proceeds go towards future UP projects.
For any questions, please email
The Floating Cinema Team

Visitors embark at their own risk.

Young people under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult, unless otherwise stated in the programme.

We are continuously exploring ways of making The Floating Cinema more accessible. Currently, the vessel is not wheelchair accessible, however if you would like to find out more details about access, please email

In some locations, loos will be very short walk. For parking check with the individual site; we generally suggest you use public transport/feet or bikes where at all possible.

Please let us know if you have any particular needs, wants or general concerns:

Suggestions for new ideas are welcome: @upprojects

The Floating Cinema offers a licenced bar serving refreshments on floating tours only.

At Another Country 2016 events- you can bring your own drinks or enjoy affordable options from those provided. We try to arrange local suppliers offering food and drink where possible.