Shepperton Studios

Ticket Prices


Concession prices are available for senior citizens (60 and over), students, and those with a registered disability.

Child ticket valid for those 14 and under.

Family (two adults and two children, or one adult and three children)

CEA cardholder allows anyone with a registered disability and a CEA card to bring a carer for free. For more information visit www.ceacard.co.uk

Ticket Prices

  • Adult £14.50
  • Senior £12.50
  • Student £12.50
  • Child £10.50
  • Family Ticket £42

how to find us

Shepperton Studios
Shepperton Studios
Studios Road
Middlesex TW17 0QD
United Kingdom

contact us

Please take a look through our FAQ’s below, however if you can’t find the answer you’re looking for please get in touch and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

contact us

Please take a look through our FAQ’s below, however if you can’t find the answer you’re looking for please get in touch and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

history of shepperton studios



Shepperton Studios dates back to the late seventeenth century when local nobleman, Thomas Wood, built Littleton Park, the mansion house which still stands at the centre of the 60-acre Surrey site.

In 1931 Norman Loudon, a young wealthy Scottish businessman who produced the single frame photo ‘Flicker’ books for children bought the manor house and land resulting in the birth of Sound City Film Producing and Recording Studios.

Whilst London Studios scrambled to refurbish to accommodate the new ‘talkies’, at Shepperton, Loudon’s first purpose built soundproofed stages went up within 6 months and by the end of 1932, Sound City’s increasingly popular facilities had seen the production of no less than seven films, two full-length features and five shorts.

Shepperton has changed hands several times since and notably has been run by the highly respected filmmakers Tony and Ridley Scott for a 5 year stint in the 1990s.

In 2001 Shepperton was purchased by Pinewood Studios.


We have answers to some FAQs on the following subjects that you might find helpful:

Q) How do I book a ticket online?
A) Once you have decided which film you would like to see and at what time, then you simply need to click on your selection and you will be taken to the booking system.Here you will be able to select the number and type of tickets you need. When you are happy with your selection you will be asked to submit your email address so you can receive confirmation of the booking and your payment details. Online booking is only available to those who accept the Terms and Conditions. Please ensure you have read these before proceeding with your booking.

Q) Concessions?
A) Concession tickets are available for selected screenings. Concession prices are for under 15s, students, senior citizens and people registered disability. Please be prepared to show proof of age or status for concession price tickets on the door.

Q) What payment methods are accepted?
A) Tickets can be purchased via the Website using Visa, Mastercard and Visa Debit.

Q) What if I make a mistake with my booking?
A) If you have not yet completed your booking (your booking confirmation or e-ticket has not been received) then you can close your browser window and start again. If you have already received your booking confirmation and your card payment has been processed then please contact us via the “Contact Us” section of the Website.

Q) Is there a telephone number I can call?
A) Yes you can contact the cinema office on 01753 656815. If you are leaving a voicemail please include your name and telephone number in the message and we will get back to you as quickly as possible.

Q) Can I add extra seats to an existing booking?
A) If you require extra seats then you will need to make a new booking via the Website.

Q) Why can’t I see what’s showing next month?
A) We update our website to show the following 4 weeks of programming, which means that we are unable to confirm everything we’ll be showing after said time period.

Q) Can my children come to films?
A) Anyone can come to U or PG films. However, we do stipulate that children under 5 are accompanied at all times and children under 7 are accompanied for films starting after 7pm. We also ask that babies are taken out if they cause disturbance to other customers (except in Big Scream screenings).

Q) What does 12A stand for?
A) 12A stands for “12 Advisory”. Anyone can go to these films but children under 12 must be accompanied by someone over 18.

Q) What about the other certificates?
A) No one under the age of 15 can go to films certified 15 and no one under the age of 18 can go to 18 certificate films. We don’t have any discretion about these age rules – it’s the law and we could lose our licence if we don’t enforce the rules. This even includes babies – even though they are unlikely to take much in! The only exception is for Big Scream films. You can find out more about film certification at http://www.bbfc.co.uk.

Q) Why can’t I choose my seats online?
A) If you aren’t asked where you would like to sit it is likely that you’re booking for a show with unreserved seating, which means that you just choose where to sit when you enter the screen.

Q) I don’t have a printer! How do I use my e-ticket?
A) That’s okay! Just show us the confirmation e-mail on the day of the showing.

Q) Is there an option of seat selection?
A) Seating will be unreserved unless expressly specified during the booking process.

Q) Do you use cookies on your website?
A) Yes, there are various cookies. You can find more details HERE.

Q) Do you share customer data with third parties?
A) We are completely committed to the principle of not providing our customer lists to third parties. We will only hand over personal information when there is a statutory obligation for us to do so (e.g. Section 109 of The Enterprise Act 2002). We never pass on your personal details to third parties for marketing purposes.