We want everybody to be able to enjoy the magic of the big screen, but we realise that some people feel more comfortable when things are a little quieter. If that’s you, then you can plan your visit for a time when Vue is less busy. Here’s all the information you need on how you can sit back, switch off and stay safe.
When to come
The quietest time to come is on Monday – Thursday, before 4pm.
When booking your ticket, our live seat map will show you how many seats are still available in a particular screening (you can check this right up to your actual visit.)
Then all you need to do is grab your snacks, sit back and enjoy a few hours of uninterrupted big screen bliss.
Our safety measures
A trip to the big screen should be a chance to relax and escape reality for a few hours — worry-free. We want you to have peace of mind ahead of your next visit to Vue, so here’s what we’re doing to make your trip to the big screen as safe as possible:
- Continuous air ventilation is in place in all venues and is carefully monitored at all times
- Enhanced cleaning measures, including disinfecting every screen – including every arm rest – between each screening, with additional cleaning time made available for this. A member of our designated Safety Team will be available to assist and to ensure cleaning measures and high standards are maintained
- Hand sanitiser remains available throughout our venues for both customers and staff members
- Booking online is encouraged, making your visit to Vue as contactless as possible.
- Face masks remain mandatory, unless exempt
There may be further regulations in place at specific venues depending on local guidance – click here to read the full list of measures by area.
What to see
It’s a great time to come back to Vue, with plenty of new blockbuster releases to catch, as well as some very special live events. Here’s just some of what’s on now – and what’s coming up soon.
West Side Story (At Vue now)
A heartbreakingly romantic story. The iconic songs. The Jets, the Sharks, the finger clicks? It’s all this and way more.
The King’s Man (At Vue now)
Action, comedy and excellent tailoring. The big screen’s most fun spy series gets its own origin story.
Cyrano (14 February)
Director Joe Wright adapts a musical version of the classic with Peter Dinklage playing the tragic hero.
Downton Abbey: A New Era (29 April)
Watch out, Southern France. The Crawley’s are coming. The original principal cast have returned for the second film along with some new additions.
NT Live titles:
Grab a front row seat for some of the hottest theatre shows in town, broadcast to Vue
NT Live: Leopoldstadt (27 JanuarY)
An Olivier award-winning new play from the legend that is Tom Stoppard, telling the story of an Austrian-Jewish family over 50 years.
NT Live: The Book of Dust - La Belle Sauvage (17 February)
Escape reality with a stage adaptation of Philip Pullman’s prequel to His Dark Materials
NT Live: Henry V (21 April, tickets on sale now)
Kit Harington swaps Game of Thrones for an actual throne in this Donmar Warehouse production of Shakespeare’s swashbuckling drama.