Chester Cinema

At Storyhouse you can see the best new, vintage, cult and family films in a cosy, boutique cinema seating just under 100 people. Use the tabs below to find your next film!
Please note, though one off screenings and specials are planned in advance, most film times for new releases are planned on a weekly basis. New times are released each Tuesday.

Standard cinema tickets are priced as:

Screenings before 5pm – Full Price: £8.50   |   Aged Under 26: £6
Screenings after 5pm – Full Price: £9.50   |   Aged Under 26: £7

Family Saturdays & Sundays
Parent & Baby Screenings

Relaxed and Captioned Screenings
Stage on Screen
Over 60s
The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme
Chester International Film Festival presented by Chester Film Society 

 

Cinema Green Book (12A)
Today 6pm, 8.45pm

2 hrs 10 | Golden Globe-winning drama about a concert pianist (Mahershala Ali) and his driver (Viggo Mortensen) on a tour of the Deep South in 1962.

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Cinema How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (PG)
Today 3.15pm

1 hr 44 | The hit animated franchise continues, with Hiccup now chief and ruler of Berk alongside Astrid, who leave on a new adventure.

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Cinema All Is True (12A)
Tomorrow 12.30pm, 6pm; Sat 12.45pm, 6pm; Sun 6pm; Mon 12.30pm, 6pm; Tue 12.30pm, 6pm + more times

1 hr 41 | Branagh. Dench. McKellen. Shakespeare returns to Stratford to face his neglected family.

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Cinema If Beale Street Could Talk (15)
Tomorrow 3pm, 8.45pm; Sat 3.30pm, 8.45pm; Sun 3.30pm, 8.45pm; Mon 3pm, 8.45pm; Tue 3pm, 8.45pm + more times

1 hr 59 | A young couple’s world is turned upside down in this elegant and heart-breaking film from the director of Moonlight.

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Cinema Incredibles 2 (PG)
Sat 10.30am Sun 10.30am

2 hrs 5 | Whilst Elastigirl is out saving the day, Mr. Incredible faces his greatest challenge yet – taking care of the problems of his three children.

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Destiny: The Tale of Kamakura (PG)
Sun 12.45pm

2 hrs 9 | Fantasy spectacle based on Ryohei Saigan’s bestselling comic, about a newly married woman encountering all sorts of fantastical creatures.

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Cinema The Judge (TBC)
Wed 6pm

1 hr 22 | Powerful documentary following Kholoud Al-Faqih, who became the first woman judge to be appointed in the Middle East’s Shari’a courts.

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Cinema A Private War (15)

1 hr 50 | Rosamund Pike is thrilling as Marie Colvin, one of the most celebrated war correspondents of our time, in this critically acclaimed drama.

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