Belfast (12A)

A semi-autobiographical film which chronicles the life of a working class family and their young son’s childhood during the tumult of the late 1960s in the Northern Ireland capital.

Belfast (12A)

 The Fullarton, Castle Douglas, DG7 1EU
 Sat 26th February 2022 – Mon 28th February 2022
£7.00 £0.55 booking fee

Face Coverings
Face coverings are currently still required unless exempt (proof of exemption required). Face coverings must be worn throughout your visit, unless eating or drinking.

Social Distancing
For February Cinema shows we propose to leave a gap of one seat sideways between bookings, but not to block seats in front or behind.

Some bookings have been accepted in the last few days without this rule in place.  These bookings will remain unless a customer requests otherwise.

If you are not comfortable with these changes you may wish to change or cancel your booking.  A full refund is available for anyone wishing to cancel a booking.  If you wish to exchange your tickets and move to a different part of the theatre or a different screening please contact us.

For all changes please contact jim@thefullarton.co.uk .

The requirement for customers to wear face coverings and using hand sanitiser will remain. We encourage all staff and customers to take a lateral flow test before visiting to minimise the spread of the virus.

We will update our Covid-19 Requirements to reflect any change in Government Guidance.

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