Whether you're a fan of Chick-Flicks or a lover of Horror, Sheffield's cinema scene caters for all. So sit back, relax and read our guide to cinema in the city centre (popcorn not included)...
Located off Sheaf Street in a historic 1930's Art Deco building, the Showroom is Sheffield's only independently programmed cinema and one of the largest independent cinemas in Europe. It's also home to annual film festivals Sheffield Doc/Fest and Sheffield Adventure Film Festival.
Showing cult classics, Oscar winners, Art House films and everything in between, the Showroom Cinema has something for everyone, as well as under 26 ticket deals, over 55's cinema clubs, parent and baby screenings to name but a few. Wheelchair accessible.
Sheffield City Centre - www.showroomworkstation.org.uk (reopening mid-august)
Head to Odeon Luxe for an immersive, luxury viewing experience. Refurbished in 2018, the city centre cinema features a bar, cafe, high tech sound systems, reclining seats with ample foot space and retractable tables.
Visitors can savour a hot meal and selection of fine wine at Odeon's Oscar's Bar or coffee and cake at its Costa Coffee corner before enjoying the latest blockbusters. Film clubs include Odeon Kids and Odeon Silver Cinema for over 55's. Wheelchair accessible.
Arundel Gate - www.odeon.co.uk/cinemas/sheffield/125/ (reopening date TBC)
Screening award-winning, contemporary and classic independent cinema, Curzon's programme is as unique as the Grade II listed building it calls home.
As well as a charming indoor bar serving homecooked food, Curzon Sheffield has a rooftop terrace overlooking the city centre - the perfect spot to enjoy a margarita in the sun after a film! With a range of affordable prices, events and film clubs, Curzon Sheffield is a hidden gem in the city centre. Wheelchair accessible.
George Street, City Centre - www.curzoncinemas.com/sheffield/info (reopening July/August)
The Light Cinema
One of the Moor's most popular destinations, The Light cinema offers an exciting cinema experience. Featuring state of the art facilities, comfortable seating and nine screens showing the latest releases as well as live sporting events.
Visitors can admire the view overlooking the Moor from the cafe or bar serving fine Sheffield ales alongside locally sourced food. Wheelchair accessible.
The Moor, www.sheffield.lightcinemas.co.uk (reopening early August)
Check cinema websites for information on reopenings and COVID-19 safety measures.
- Curzon Sheffield, 16 George Street, Sheffield City Centre, S1 2PF
- Light Cinema, The, The Moor, Sheffield City Centre, S1 4PF
- Odeon Luxe, Arundel Gate, Sheffield City Centre, S1 1DL
- Showroom Cinema, 15 Paternoster Row, Sheffield City Centre, S1 2BX