Curzon Knutsford is a beautifully refurbished three-screen cinema with a bar and kitchen for cocktails and light bite snacks for pre and post your film screening. Renovated in autumn 2018, the venue has been designed to provide a comfortable setting for all, from a family excursion to a more glamorous evening out, with a programme to suit every kind of film taste.
Having operated as a cinema since the 1930s, our screen names pay tribute to local history. The Cranford screen is named in honour of pioneering woman Elizabeth Gaskell and her beloved novels that chronicle Knutsford life. Our intimate Marcliff screen references the name the cinema bore when it was founded – when it hosted screenings as well as variety shows – until the 1960s. Our largest screen – the Studio – honours the name of the cinema as it was known to locals for most of its life.
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The cinema opens 15 minutes before the first film of the day and closes 15 minutes after the start time of the last film of the day. Typically this will be approximately 10.30am - 9.15pm and 10.00am - 9.15 on Saturdays & Sundays however check listings for accurate information.
Read the Curzon Knutsford menu online here.
Studio screen: 128 seats
Cranford screen: 111 seats
Marcliff screen: 60 seats
Curzon Knutsford has full disabled access including toilets, ramps and 3 disabled parking spaces.
Information on Hard of Hearing subtitled & captioned screenings: Click here
Knutsford railway station is situated on Adams Hill, a five-minute walk from the cinema.
Local buses are operated by High Peak.
The venue's car park is off Marcliff Grove, Knutsford, WA16 6JE
Car park users are required to enter their registration number into the console should they be exceeding 2.5 hours in the car park. Non-validated free parking is subject to time limitations.
Terms and conditions apply; please ask at the Box Office for full details.