new film releases

A wide range of independent cinema 
Now showing: 
Two Days, One Night
How to Train Your Dragon 2

Coming soon:
From 12 September: Pride

TAKE TWO

The best recent contemporary films
Monday 1 September: The Golden Dream

Monday 8 September: Finding Vivian Maier

Monday 15 September: Joe

Monday 22 September: A Promise

Monday 29 September: A Night at the Cinema in 1914

Monday 6 October: Wakolda

Monday 13 October: Mood Indigo

Monday 20 October: Lilting

Tuesday 28 October: Night Moves

Special Events

Enjoy live satellite broadcasts

General Information

Located in the picturesque Knutsford

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Curzon Knutsford
Toft Road
Knutsford
Cheshire, WA16 0PE

Knutsford railway station is situated on Adams Hill, a five-minute walk from the cinema. Regular services to Manchester Piccadilly, Stockport, Chester, Altrincham and Northwich are in operation.

Local buses are operated by High Peak and Tomlinson Travel.


ACCESS


Curzon Knutsford is a fully accessible venue and includes an accessible toilet. We also have a car park with 22 spaces.Please note: the car park will close after the last performance of the evening.

 


HARD OF HEARING


An induction loop facility is available in all areas. Subtitled films are a big part of our offering, audio-described films are planned for the near future.

 


TICKET PRICES


PEAK TICKET 

 

Monday to Friday after 5pm to close: £8.50
Saturday & Sunday after 2pm to close: £8.50
Cineaste member: £7.20
Children (under 12) open to 5pm: £5.00
Children (under 12) Monday to Friday after 5pm to close and on Weekends: £5.00

EARLY BIRD

Monday to Friday from open to 5pm: £6.00
Saturday & Sunday from open to 2pm: £6.00
Cineaste member: £5.10

 

 


CONCESSIONS


Concession prices are as follows:

Monday to Friday from open to 5pm for Concessions, Students and Children for 2D : £5.00

 

Monday to Friday after 5pm to close and Weekends for Concessions and students: £6.00

Unfortunately Concession prices are not applicable after 2pm on Bank Holidays.

We also offer discounted ticket prices (including special events like Met Opera Live) for our Curzon Members. Concessionary Cineaste membership is available for £25 per year.

Please enquire at the cinema for more information on how to join.

 


GROUP BOOKINGS


If you buy nine tickets, you will get the tenth free. Offer applies for standard film screenings only.

 


REFUNDS


We are unable to offer a refund or exchange on tickets once they have been booked or paid for.

Become a member

A membership scheme to suit everyone

Curzon memberships can be purchased for as little as £25 a year and include benefits such as two free tickets and no booking fees.

There are four membership levels to choose from:

CINEASTE MEMBERSHIP

 

£35 per year
Concessionary £25 per year

• Two free tickets on joining and renewing
• No booking fee
• 15% off all cinema tickets for you and a guest
• 15% off DVDs, snacks and bar (including alcohol) at Curzon Knutsford
• Priority booking on selected events
• Free Artificial Eye DVD when you renew - plus a discounted renewal price (£20)

RISING STAR MEMBERSHIP

 

£175 per year

• One free ticket to an unlimited number of standard film screenings, not including special events, Q&As, opera and other selected alternative content
• 15 % off event ticket prices plus discount for guest’s ticket
• 15% off DVDs, bar (including alcohol) and snacks at Curzon Knutsford
• No booking fee
• Priority booking on selected events
• Discounted membership price and Artificial Eye DVD when you renew

 

ICON MEMBERSHIP

 

£300 per year

• One free ticket to any public screening, at any time at Curzon Knutsford, including special events, Q&As, opera and other alternative content
• 15% discount for guest’s ticket
• 15% off DVDs, snacks and bar (including alcohol) at Curzon Knutsford
• No booking fee
• Priority booking on selected events
• Subscription to Little White Lies magazine
• DVD and Curzon Magazine delivered to your door bi-monthly (6 DVDs)


AUTEUR MEMBERSHIP

 

£600 per year

• Two free tickets to any public screening, at any time at Curzon Knutsford, including special events, Q&As, opera and other alternative content
• No booking fee
• 15% off DVDs, snacks and bar (including alcohol) at Curzon Knutsford
• Priority booking on selected events
• Subscription to Little White Lies magazine
• 6 DVDs and Curzon magazine delivered to your door bi-monthly

 

If you have any questions about membership, please visit the cinema or email membership@curzoncinemas.com.

HIRE CURZON KNUTSFORD

A versatile venue for a range of events

The newly refurbished, light and attractive foyer and bar spaces create a wonderfully welcoming area on your arrival at the venue, and are also ideal for reception drinks and networking events. The screening room seats 178, and is the perfect place for your film screening, AGM, or conference. 

The Cranford Suite*

This lovely room, which still contains the proscenium arch and curtains from its earlier days as the screening room, is suitable for wedding receptions, birthday celebrations, and presentation dinners. It is also suitable for use for additional conference and meeting space.

The Tatton Room*

This simple room which can seat up to 60 theatre style, provides yet more space in this incredible venue and can be used on its own or in conjunction with the hire of other spaces.

* Both the Cranford Suite and the Tatton Room have access to a kitchen.

Curzon Knutsford Hire Costs

Please contact us directly for specific hire rates for your event by emailing hire@curzoncinemas.com.

History of the cinema

The Knutsford cinema was originally christened the Marcliff Cinema, after the founder, Clifford and his wife, Margery, in 1937. Clifford also had a cinema called the Barcliff, named after his daughter, Barbara.

The cinema then passed into the hands of Knutsford Town Council and subsequently Macclesfield Borough Council in 1974, then Cheshire East Council in 2009.

The auditorium originally housed 600 seats but a 1990 refurbishment reduced the number to 172 seats, emphasising the use of the building as a community space.

The original art-deco proscenium arch of the cinema is still in situ.