Picture Palace: These Are The Best Cinemas In Manchester

By Olivia Emily

1 year ago

Filled with popcorn and pick'n'mix

There are so many brilliant films to watch right now, but where best to watch them? If you’re sick of streaming from your sofa, venture out and watch a movie in one of these gorgeous locations. These are the best cinemas in Manchester.

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These Are The Best Cinemas In Manchester

Everyman Manchester St. John’s

ABC Building, Manchester M3 4AS

What used to be a car park has been lovingly transformed into a three-screen cinema, elevating the concrete block design with a timber floor and panelling, plush velvet seating and marble tiling. The lounge area has a unique 1960s design with a mirrored panel ceiling, where food and drink can be enjoyed before or after the film – or get it delivered to your seat. everymancinema.com


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HOME Theatre Manchester

2 Tony Wilson Place, Manchester M15 4FN

This arts centre is situated in the heart of the city, home to two theatres, 5,400 sq ft of gallery space, as well as five cinema screens. Our top pick for a bit of alternative culture, expect collaborations with Curzon, the BFI and MUBI on the roster, with film festivals showcasing new and under-recognised talent. homemcr.org


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The Screening Room At King Street Townhouse

10 Booth Street, Manchester M2 4AW

Nestled in the cellars of the opulent King Street Townhouse hotel, The Screening Room is the best cinema in Manchester for any upcoming special occasions. Whether you want to watch your favourite film, gather with friends for a sporting event, or seriously impress on date night, opt for one of the packages to experience this cosy private cinema, alongside a delicious dinner and tasty treats. kingstreettownhouse.co.uk 

Ducie Street Warehouse Mini Cini

Ducie Street, Manchester M1 2TP

There’s plenty going on at the cultural hub that is Ducie Street Warehouse, from workshops to talks to discos. There’s even an intimate cinema, the Mini Cini, with a lineup of cult classics, rom coms and kids films. Dog-friendly screenings make it fun for the whole family. duciestreet.com 


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The Savoy Cinema Heaton Moor

105 Heaton Moor Road, Heaton Moor, Stockport SK4 4HY

Over in Stockport, catch the latest blockbusters at the independent, 100-year-old Savoy Cinema for an old-world cinema experience with boutique luxury touches. savoycinemaheatonmoor.com 


50 Red Bank, Manchester M4 4HF

Chapeltown Picture House has upped sticks and transformed into CULTPLEX, Manchester’s new home for cult film enthusiasts. In its shiny new space, there’s also room for celebration of all things comedy, cabaret, music, video games, quizzes and podcasts, with the self-ascribed moniker, ‘the home of cool nerd stuff in Manchester’. cultplex.co.uk


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