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 has full disabled access including toilets, ramps and 3 disabled parking spaces out of 29 spaces in total.

Parking is free for all venue patrons, non-validated free parking is subject to time limitations. Terms and conditions apply; please ask at the Box Office for full details.

HARD OF HEARING



An induction loop facility is available in all areas. Subtitled films are a big part of our offering.

TICKET PRICES



OFF-PEAK TICKET
Monday to Thursday from opening to 5pm

Standard: £6.75 / £5.75 members
Senior: £5.75 / £4.75 members
Student: £5.75 / £4.75 members
Child: £5.00

PEAK TICKET
Monday to Thurday from 5pm to close, all day Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Bank Holidays

Standard: £9.25 / £7.50 members
Senior: £7.50 / £6.50 members
Student: £7.50 / £6.50 members
Child: £7.00

Senior applies to men and women of 60 years and over.Students applies to those in full time education with student ID.Child applies those under 15 years of age.

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

Memberships always gives you the best deal on everything we show, as well as selected priority booking periods and no web or telephone booking fees.

Members receive 15% off food, drinks and DVDs sold at Curzon Ripon and Curzon Home Cinema watch at home titles. All members except Student receive our Curzon Magazine posted to your address every two months. 


We offer three tiers of membership:

CLASSIC

 

Standard - £40 per year
Concession - £30 per year

• Two free film tickets to use over the course of the year 
• Discounted admission to all films and events for you and a guest 

CULT

 

£200 per year

• Free entry to films for you for a year 
• Discounted admission to events   

COMPLETE

£600 per year

• Free entry to all films and events for you and a guest for a year 

Memberships for Curzon Knutsford are not sold online. Please visit the cinema or call the booking line 0330 500 1331. 

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