Entry to films and special cinema events is restricted by the classification given by the British Board of Film Classification or others. We are required to refuse admission to anyone who is below the minimum age required by the relevant classification.
U or PG –anyone can be admitted to films classified as U or PG
12A – Children under 12 can be admitted to films classified as 12A but only if accompanied by an adult (i.e someone over the age of 18)
15 – Nobody under the age of 15 can be admitted to films classified as 15
18 – Nobody under the age of eighteen can be admitted to films classified as 18
Cinema Admissions Policy
Child tickets are valid for children up to the age of 14
Infants under the age of 3 can go into screenings free of charge
Children under age 10 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all films.
Children under 15 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian for all films starting after 6pm.
Savoy staff reserve the right to require proof of age ID with appropriate photographic ID if attending a 12A, 15, 18 film or purchasing alcoholic drink(s). If unable to prove requisite age, admission and/or bar service may be refused
Theatre Admission Policy
Advisory age restrictions apply to some live shows. These are recommended by the promoter and are purely advisory. Responsibility for adhering to them lies with the ticket buyer and not with the theatre
Refusal of Admission
The Savoy reserves the right to refuse admission or to require persons to leave the premises without a refund if they:
- behave in of an anti-social or threatening manner
- behave in a way which puts the safety of customers, employees or property at risk
– record films using any device.
- otherwise breach these Terms
The Savoy has two seating areas – the stalls downstairs and the circle upstairs. Please be careful as to which area you book. We also have three dedicated wheelchair spaces which can only be booked in person or over the phone. Additionally upstairs we have three boxes which accommodate three people each. If you are booking for children’s shows or are accompanied by children, you should avoid booking the front of the circle as the sightlines are awkward for small children (i.e. under 10-year-olds).