Delightful independent cinema. The auditorium dates back to around 1920, and today it has 286 seats and all the latest technology.
51 High Street, Aldeburgh, IP15 5AU
Tel: 01728 452996
Hatter Street, Bury St Edmunds
0871 902 5722
is a chain of multiplex cinemas showing all the latest releases. All of their cinemas in Suffolk have wheelchair access throughout, as well as designated diasbled parking spaces:Cineworld Ipswich
Cardinal Park, Grafton Way, Ipswich
0871 2002000Cineworld Bury St Edmunds
Parkway, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 3BA
0871 2002000Cineworld Haverhill
Leisure & Retail Park, Ehringshausen Way, Haverhill, CB9 0BB
0871 2002000Hollywood Cinema
Anglia Square, Ipswich
01473 232666Hollywood Cinema
41 London Road South, Lowestoft
01502 564567Leiston Film Theatre
Suffolk’s oldest purpose built cinema, first opened in 1914. The original picture house had a capacity for 700 people; it had a small stage and a pit for the then ubiquitous organ. After a re-refurbishment, completed in July 2001, it is more than ready for the 21st Century.
High Street, Leiston, IP16 4BZ
Tel: 01728 830549
http://www.leistonfilmtheatre.co.uk/ Palace Cinema
Fabulous independent cinema dating back to 1937 and offering blockbuster movies and a real retro cinema experience.
Crescent Road, Felixstowe
01394 671330Riverside Theatre
Films, occasional stage shows and restaurant.
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