Monday 5 October 2015

Gloucester Guildhall

23 Eastgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 1NS | (01452) 503050

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Gloucester Guildhall offers film fans from across Gloucestershire and beyond an exciting cinema programme combining the latest art-house releases, classic films and world cinema alongside the very best of the blockbuster bunch.

The 100-seat cinema is equipped with top-of-the-range sound systems and digital projectors – meaning audiences can experience films at their very best in this intimate setting.

The cinema showcases between two and four films per day and offers filmgoers a diverse line up of events including family film screenings at 3pm every Saturday, hard of hearing shows, along with theatre, ballet, opera and live music performances from around the world.

Film buffs are also invited to join the Guildhall’s quarterly focus group which gives you the chance to voice your opinion on the films you’d like to see on the big screen at the Gloucester venue, while its free Cinema Loyalty Card is ideal for regulars.

Gloucester Guildhall cinema tickets cost a fraction of the price you’d expect to pay at the big chain multiplexes, and discounts are available for under 16s on designated Saturday afternoon family screenings.

There’s also the option of enjoying tea and cake during daytime screenings for just an extra £1, and if you want a more substantial bite to eat, The Gloucester Guildhall Café is perfect for a pre-film dinner, or to enjoy a drink and debate after the evening’s screening has finished.

For more information about Gloucester Guildhall call (01452) 503050, email or visit directly.


Catch Sherlock star, Benedict Cumberbatch, at Gloucester Guildhall, in a National Theatre Live screening of Hamlet.

Hamlet National Theatre Live screening at Gloucester Guildhall

Thursday 15 October 2015

Shakespeare’s great tragedy, Hamlet, will be beamed straight to Gloucester Guildhall on Thursday 15 October 2015, in...

Henry V live screening at Gloucester Guildhall

Wednesday 21 October 2015

Shakespeare’s Henry V, the story following King Henry V as he embarks on his successful conquest of France, will be screened...

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