Hexham's Very Own Cinema serving Hexham and Northumberland
A traditional cinema experience in Northumberland
Northumberland's Forum Cinema is situated in the heart of Hexham, overlooking the Market Place.
In 2007 the cinema celebrated its 70th Anniversary and was taken over by the Hexham Community Partnership.
It continues to operate as Hexham's independent cinema offering a selection of recently released films for all ages, regular foreign language films and since November a Saturday morning Kids’ Club for movies.
Fair trade hot drinks, locally produced tray bakes and ice creams and a wide range of soft drinks are available in the coffee bar in the cinema which opens Monday to Friday 10.30 to 12.30 to allow film patrons to book their cinema tickets in advance.
This prestigious cinema in Hexham, Northumberland, is one of the oldest cinemas in the U.K.
Its resplendent art décor interior is worth a visit in itself. The Forum Cinema’s auditorium boasts high vaulted ceilings, original light fittings and ornate, gold embossed gildings and is a jewel in Hexham’s crown.
As you relax in one of the 207 tiered film seats, which boast ample leg room, you can be confident in a wonderful cinematic experience.
The Forum Cinema has the latest Dolby surround sound technology, and the Cinema also has audio description for the visually impaired.
If the film has a running time over 2 hours 40 minutes there will be an intermission half way through the movie so that patrons may stretch their legs.
So why not come the Forum Cinema in Hexham and relive the glory days of film cinema?