Open City Documentary Festival

24th–30th
April 2024
across London

Tickets to our screenings can be booked directly from our partner cinemas’ websites or in-venue. Tickets to our Talks and Workshops can be booked online only, this includes individual events as well as the weeklong pass. Please see below for ticketing details for each venue.

As we work with a number of cinemas across London and have limited capacity, we are not able to offer a festival pass or accreditation. However, we are mindful that booking tickets for multiple screenings over the course of the festival can become expensive and have collated the concessions and discounts available from each of our partner venues below.

If you are a student, applications are now open to take part in our student programme, which will include a free series of screenings over the course of the festival alongside filmmaker Q&As. 

 

Festival Hub (Tickets sold via UCL Ticketing)

Standard: £5

Talks & Workshops pass: £15 (provides access to all talks & workshops during the festival)

Some talks, workshops, and 1-1s are free to attend but require sign-ups in advance. Please check individual event pages for details.

The Expanded Realities exhibition is free to attend and does not require booking in advance.

 

Barbican Cinema

Standard: £13

Concessions: £11 (Over-60s, UK Students, unwaged), £5 (Under-25s, requires a free Young Barbican membership)

Members: £10.40

 

Bertha DocHouse

Standard: £12.50

Concessions: £10 (Over-60s, Under-25s, UK students)

 

Close-Up Film Centre

Standard: £12

Concessions: £10 (Over-65s, UK students, unwaged) 

Members: £6

 

Curzon Soho

Standard: £15

Members: Members receive a number of free tickets to use at any screening. Additional tickets are available at a discount

 

Genesis Cinema

Standard: £10

Concessions: £9 (Over-60s, Students)

Members: £1 off for Mocha members, free for Martini members

 

Institute of Contemporary Arts

Standard: £14

Concessions: £12 (Pensioners, UK Students, Visitors with Income Support, Westminster residents) £5 (Under-25s)

Members: Half-price for Blue members, free for Red members

 

LUX

No booking required

 

Tate Modern

Standard: £10

Concessions: £7 (Disabled visitors, Students, Over 60s) £5  (16-25 year-olds with a free Tate Collective membership)

 

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.