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Two Screen Cinema, offering all the latest movies in
Comfortable surroundings on Big, Bright Screens.
The Cinema is equipped with
Sony Digital Cinema 4K
The Ulitmate Cinema Experience.
Palace 1 is Fully Accessible with four wheelchair spaces.
Phone 01437 76 76 75 option 1, then option 7 for wheelchair accessible performances.
Please note we do not take bookings and seats cannot be reserved.
Payment by Cash or Credit/Debit Cards. Card handling fee 25p per Transaction.
Parking available in the nearby St Thomas Green Car Park.
Children (Under 12) pay £5.50 at performances
Starting before 7.00pm only.
All 3D films at normal ticket prices.
GLASSES £1.50 (Childrens glasses available)
Yours to keep and bring back next time....
Phone our 24hr. information line for further details.
01437 76 76 75
Upper Market Street
Tel: 01437 76 76 78 (Administration)
· Tel: 01874 622504 Administration
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