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Matt, Brad and George in Ocean's Twelve (12a)

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Staffordshire's Cinemas

Interested in movies? And want to know what's on where in Staffordshire? Check out our page of essential weblinks...

Once upon a time, the BBC used to do a what's on of cinema listings, but that no longer exists, so where do you look on the web now?
Here's a guide.


Odeon, Stoke on Trent.  This was the first multiplex in the Staffordshire area (we think). It's on the Festival Park, which was formerly the site of the 1980s National Garden Festival.

Vue, Newcastle under Lyme. Multiplex

Odeon, Tamworth. Multiplex

Cineworld, Burton. Multiplex

Apollo, Stafford. The oldest working cinema building in the county, with sixty years of film-showing under its belt.

Film Theatre, Stoke. Small one-screen purpose-built arthouse cinema; if you're after a foreign movie or films by independent moviemakers, then this is the venue for you.

'Stafford Film Theatre' - the society shows arthouse movies at the Gatehouse Theatre in Stafford. Open to public also.

Cinebowl, Uttoxeter. Multiplex

Reel Cinema, Crewe in South Cheshire. Multiplex

'Reels on Wheels' - organise films in the lecture theatre at the City Museum in Hanley

And...   a one-stop shop for listings in all our local cinemas is:  Can you suggest any others, on our messageboard below?

Sadly gone are: The Picture House in Cannock (closed 2005), The Alhambra  in Normacot... and many many more!  (Can you think of others?  Mention them on our messageboard below)

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