Curzon Ripon brings cinema back to Ripon 31 years after its last Picturehouse closed. The building on North Street was a furniture store for many years but had been closed for several years before the owners made the decision to convert it to a cinema.
The city, which once had three cinemas, saw its last one, the Palladium, in Kirkgate, close its doors in 1982, after showing films for 66 years. The last film to be screened was Clint Eastwood's Firefox.
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 12.00pm - 9:15pm and 10.15am-9.15pm on Saturdays however check listings for accurate information.
Screen 1 - 58 seats, 2 of which removable for 1 wheelchair space (front row).
Screen 2 - 38 seats, 2 of which removable for 1 wheelchair space (front row).
Cinema auditoria accessible by lift.
Curzon Ripon is only a two-minute walk from the Ripon Bus Station. The 36 bus operates a frequent service (up to every 15 minutes) between Leeds and Ripon, via Harewood, Harrogate and Ripley.
There are also regular bus services to York, Thirsk and Northallerton.
The nearest Rail Station is in Harrogate with a regular service to Leeds, York and London.
Marshall Way car park, Marshall Way, Ripon, HG4 1BN
Nearby parking is run independently of Curzon Cinemas, and used at car owners' risk. Curzon Cinemas are not liable for any outcomes of use.Back to My account