Open City Documentary Festival

7 – 13 September 2022
in London

Tickets to screenings can be booked online or in person at the relevant cinema venue. Tickets to our Talks and Workshops can be booked online only, this includes for individual events as well as the weeklong pass.

 

Tickets can be booked at:

Festival Hub (Tickets via UCL Ticketing)

Bertha DocHouse

Birkbeck Institute for the Moving Image

Close-Up Cinema

Curzon Soho

Genesis Cinema

Institute of Contemporary Arts

LUX Waterlow Park Centre (free, no booking required)

Tate Modern

For any issues with ticketing, or for more information about any of the venues, please contact them directly. Information about accessibility at each venue can be found on our access page.

 

Concessions & Discounts

A number of our partner cinema venues a range of discounts and concessionary rates for various groups which can be applied when booking:

Bertha DocHouse – £10 tickets for seniors (60+), 15-17 year-olds and UK students.

Close-Up Cinema – £10 tickets for seniors (65+), the unwaged and students. Close-Up members receive 50% off tickets.

Curzon Soho – Under 25s can book £10 (peak) and £5 (off-peak) tickets (free sign-up required). Curzon members receive 20% off tickets

Genesis Cinema – Students, NHS staff, seniors (60+) and children (14 and under) can purchase discounted tickets (discount varies by screening). Genesis members receive free and discounted tickets.

Institute of Contemporary Arts – £12 tickets for pensioners, students, Westminster residents, visitors with income support and disabled visitors. ICA Blue/Green members receive 50% off tickets.