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We're back 17th May!

We know you have been waiting patiently for news and we are delighted to announce that we can finally welcome you all back on Monday 17th May with our first release of tickets going on sale Wednesday 5th May.

Whilst closed we have made improvements to the outside seating area to provide a greatly enhanced experience and have great new food and drink options!

We will be staffing the Cinema on a daily basis from the 5th May and can deal with any telephone enquiries from that time, if you have any questions prior to that then please email us at info@ilkleycinema.co.uk

Gift Voucher and Membership length can be adjusted to take account of any closure periods.

We want to thank all our amazing customers and staff for their continued support through this difficult period and we are excited to see everyone back enjoying our Ilkley’s own premium Cinema experience!

Special Screenings
Baby and Me

We run a Baby and Me screening designed for parents to bring along their babies to the cinema. This includes having your very own sofa, lower lighting and a softer volume of the film to make things as comfortable as possible for you. Our Baby and Me screenings run in the morning of the first Tuesday of the month.

Kids Club

Every Saturday morning at around 10.00am we have a special Kids Club film which is suitable for our younger audience and accompanying grown ups alike. All tickets are £6.75.

Silver Screenings

Silver Screenings are exclusively for customers over 60. Tickets are £9.20 each and will include a tea or coffee and a piece of cake before the film. Unwind and catch up with friends to watch one of the latest film releases or a classic re-release. Selected Thursday mornings from approx. 11am.

Subtitled Screenings

We want to offer a great experience to all our guests and that means offering a range of accessible screenings. We run regular subtitled screenings, showing a range of different films, so if you are deaf or hard of hearing, check them out! Not being able to hear the dialogue doesn't mean you can't enjoy a great movie.