National Lottery Cinema Weekend is back for 2021!

Every time you play the National Lottery you’re supporting UK film production, exhibition and innovation, as well as community projects across the country.

To say THANK YOU, venues nationwide – including Depot – are inviting you and a guest to see a FREE film on Saturday 19 or Sunday 20 June.

You can reserve your free adult cinema tickets from 09:00 on Wednesday 16 June at and check out the weekend’s listings here.

All you need is your National Lottery ticket, scratchcard or Instant Win game to apply for a pair of adult cinema tickets. With over 200,000 tickets up for grabs, we hope you’ll join us to celebrate National Lottery Cinema Weekend.

First come, first served. Terms and conditions apply. See for full details.* If you don’t want to take your chances you’ll still be able to book paid tickets for the day in advance through Depot’s website or box office as usual.

Every time you play The National Lottery you’re helping to raise £30 million a week for good causes, from communities, sports, arts, heritage projects all the way through to the film industry.

*Terms and conditions apply

● One National Lottery ticket, scratchcard or Instant Win game entitles you to apply for a booking code for a pair of adult cinema tickets for any one film of your choosing on Saturday 19 or Sunday 20 June 2021 only. Free cinema tickets are subject to availability and will be offered on a first-come first-served basis. Persons under 16 years old are not eligible for free tickets.
● Advance seat reservation is required. Visit to select Depot and reserve a pair of tickets for the film of your choice.
● Eligible Lotto tickets should not be exchanged for free cinema tickets but must be shown at your chosen cinema to claim your free adult cinema ticket.
● Entrance to a screening is subject to film age certification regulations and our Terms of Admittance.
● Free tickets have no cash value and cannot be exchanged.
● The promoters are Camelot UK Lotteries Limited (“Camelot”) and [Lewes Community Screen].
● Each participating cinema has the right to refuse entry in the event of a cinema reaching
capacity, as well as under any other reasonable circumstances.
● In the event of queries on the day, the decision of the cinema manager is final.