The latest film set in the Marvel universe was released last Friday and this week we caught it at Cineworld Shrewsbury....read more »
Cineworld offers all the benefits of an eight-screen cinema in Shrewsbury with the widest range of films, facilities and refreshments.
Cineworld Shrewsbury is located on Old Potts Way near Abbey Foregate. With eight screens, lots of staff, games, sweets, food and drink, this Shrewsbury cinema promises a fun time out for movie fans of all ages.
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With such a large organisation behind it, Cineworld Shrewsbury is able to offer high quality entertainment and special movie offers and prices throughout the week.
Many cinemagoers in Shrewsbury have chosen to buy a Cineworld Unlimited Card. It allows you to see any film at any time on any day - from just £16.90 a month!
A Cineworld Unlimited Card also gives you preferential invitations to advance screenings, great food & drink deals plus discounts on dining at Frankie & Benny's and Chiquito's.
Booking your tickets online is by far the easiest way to secure you seat for the film and time you want. You can then either pick up your ticket from the in-foyer machines or download an e-ticket to your phone and present the scan code when you arrive.
Cineworld is committed to providing facilities that meet the requirements of all their cinema goers
There's plenty of parking and the cinema is easily accessible by public transport. The Cineworld Shrewsbury area also offers a public house, Chinese restaurant and Nando's.
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