Empire Cinema in Sutton Coldfield is located at Maney Corner, right on the edge of the town centre. It has a local, friendly atmosphere and shows a range of the latest releases and themed specialist films.
The Empire Sutton Coldfield is different from most chain cinemas. The striking art deco building was first opened in 1936, and much of the original architecture is still visible both inside and out.
There are four screens dedicated to providing a great cinema experience for film fanatics of all ages. Every Saturday and Sunday morning they screen family films at pocket money prices. And Wednesday is Empire Seniors day, when they show a selection of classic and recent releases with a cup of tea and a biscuit beforehand - all for just £3.50 per person
Watching a movie wouldn’t be the same without snacks. Popcorn, hotdogs and a range of refreshments are available from the foyer. Parking is free and just outside. And self-serve ticket machines are available to help you avoid the queues.
TEN things YOU should know about Empire Cinema
The cinema is a Grade II listed building.
It was one of the UK’s original art deco cinemas.
There are 4 screens.
Wheelchair access is available in screens 2, 3 and 4.
You can hire the screens for your conference or business meeting.
Parking is free.
Filmgoers of all ages catered for.
Not like your usual chain cinema.
Self-serve ticket machines are available.
The latest releases are shown.
The cinema has been entertaining Sutton Coldfield residents since 1936.
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