Cinema City is steeped in heritage, both from a cultural point of view and from the aspect of its historical setting.
The Country’s oldest independent art house cinema, Cinema City is housed within and on the site of the elegant and fascinating Suckling House and adjacent Stuart Hall in the historical heart of Norwich. Despite sympathetic renovation and restoration through the ages, properties were recorded on the site as early as the 13th Century.
An essential stamping ground for film buffs, Cinema City is a Picturehouse Cinema, showing the BEST in independent, foreign language, classic and quality mainstream cinema. Plus filmmaker Q&A’s, exclusive documentaries…..and much MUCH more!!
Able to compete favourably with any more recently built cinema, Cinema City boasts 3 superior screens, state of the art sound equipment and digital projection facilities, a relaxing bar area and a top class restaurant. Licensed auditoriums mean you can relax with a glass of wine while watching your film – very civilised.
Special screenings for the over-60s, children, Parents with babies, people on the autism spectrum and their families, illustrate how progressive and accommodating Cinema City is.
In addition to being an atmospheric and well-loved venue for watching films in Norwich, Cinema City offers exciting practical courses for schools and the general public, designed to stimulate and enhance appreciation of moving image culture in an informal, accessible style.
Kids’ Club – Every Saturday morning at 10.30am.
Creative activities, fun and games are followed by a children’s film at 11.00am. The Club is suitable for 3 – 12 year olds. Tickets: children and accompanying adults are £2.50 each. No adult unaccompanied by a child will be admitted.
‘Big Scream’ – takes place every Thursday at 11.00am. Doors open at 10.30am.
At Big Scream club films are screened exclusively for parents with babies under one year old. Enjoy the latest releases from a regular programme accompanied by baby in a safe and comfortable environment. Low lights are left on in the auditorium and nappy changing facilities are available. Tickets are £8.40 (Members £6.40), babies come free. Only customers with babies will be admitted.
The unemployed can purchase a ticket at child ticket prices Tuesday to Thursday before 5.00pm
Discover Tuesdays / Vintage Sundays
Tickets are £8.00 (£5.00 for Members)
Cinema City offers annual membership, the benefits of which include free and discounted tickets and invitations to free screenings – essential for regular moviegoers. Visit the Cinema City website for further details.
View the latest listings (including times and films showing).
St Andrew’s Street, Norwich, NR2 4AD.
Tel: 0871 902 5724 (Box Office).