News and updates

What’s On This Easter

Comedy, Action, Animation, Drama, we’ve got it all this Easter holidays. Download our April Programme here. Starting our programme strong, we’ve got our Oscar winners: Oppenheimer, Poor Things, The Zone of Interest, The Holdovers and American Fiction – be sure to read up in more detail here. If you’re looking for some new releases or […]

2024 Oscar Winners at Saffron Screen

That’s right, we’re bringing some of the 2024 Oscar winners to our big screen for a limited time so be sure to grab a ticket and see what all the fuss is about. Oppenheimer – 7 Awards Friday 29th March – 7:00 pm | Saturday 13th April – 7:00 pm (Subtitled) Christopher Nolan’s epic biographical […]

Saffron Screen Hits Fundraising Target

We are thrilled to tell you that thanks to the generosity of our wonderful community in Saffron Walden, we have now raised over £54,000 to support Saffron Screen! We set out to raise £50,000 to help us navigate challenging times – we are so delighted to have exceeded that target and that you have shown […]

Cancelled Screenings October

Unfortunately, due to a technical fault with our cinema seating, we have had to make the tough decision to cancel all screenings at Saffron Screen in October This affects the following screenings: This is caused by a problem out of our control which has left us no viable alternative. If you paid by debit/credit card, […]

October Programme Now On Sale!

Our October programme is now on sale! Click here to download the latest PDF of our Programme. We’ve got a fantastic line up this month including: Looking for something to do this half term? We’ve got something for everyone. Buy a family ticket for any matinee screening between 21st Oct – 29th Oct and receive […]

Save Saffron Screen

Since 2005, Saffron Screen cinema has held special significance at the heart of our community, providing a gathering place that offers the magic of storytelling on the silver screen. The impact of COVID-19 however, has severely affected the whole cinema industry, and we – like many cinemas – are still feeling the effects of prolonged […]