We advise anyone wishing to attend a screening to purchase tickets before they visit the Regal Cinema. Tickets are available online via this website or at the Fordingbridge Bookshop. If screenings are not sold out tickets are available on the door but to avoid disappointment, we recommend a prior purchase.
Ticket holders must either present a print out of their ticket, which will have been emailed to them, or if they have a smart phone they can display their confirmation email on their mobile device. These are then scanned by box office staff.
The bar at The Regal is an elegant, relaxing place to meet friends for a drink before a screening. Like the cinema itself, it is only open to FRCC members, and it is only open when there is a screening or event.
A wide range of hot and chilled drinks are served by volunteer staff. These include tea, coffee, cappuccino, expresso, hot chocolate, local ale, cider, wine, champagne and soft drinks. We also have a small range of snacks including New Forest ice cream, popcorn, peanuts, chocolate bars and fruit based nibbles for children.
The bar will open 45 minutes before the advertised screening time of the film. The FRCC allows members and their guests to take drinks into the auditorium. The bar does not serve drinks or snacks after screenings.
We ask that all members and their guests visiting The Regal park vehicles legally and in public car parking spaces. There are two public car parks in Fordingbridge, the central car park is only 100 meters away from The Regal at the end of Bartons road. Please see the map.
The Regal Cinema is only open when there is a screening. It opens 45 minutes before the advertised screening time and remains open for a limited time after the screening has finished. We ask FRCC members and their guests to leave plenty of time to park (if driving), get their tickets checked, and enjoy a drink in the bar before taking their seats in the auditorium.
The Regal Cinema is also open every Wednesday from 3.30-5.30pm. If you are not able to purchase tickets online and would like to purchase tickets outside these times, please visit our partner, The Fordingbridge Bookshop, who sell tickets on our behalf.
For wheelchair access please email us so we can make arrangements for you. If you don’t use a wheelchair but have limited mobility, we suggest you book tickets in row E as this avoids using any steps in the auditorium.
How to find us
Our address is 35 Shaftesbury Street, Fordingbridge, Hants SP6 1JF.