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Lonsdale Alhambra Cinemas, 47, Middlegate, PENRITH. CA11 7PT.

Advance Booking & General Enquiries: 01768 862400

Located in the heart of Penrith with convenient on-street car parking or in the Bluebell Lane car park, the Alhambra Cinemas provide a first-class cinema experience, screening all the latest cinema releases as well as independent and foreign-language films in comfortable and relaxing surroundings.

 

Now with Dolby Digital projection and Dolby Digital sound. 

 

 

 

Live Screenings by Satellite from...

 

the New York Metropolitan Opera,

London's National Theatre

and the

Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-On-Avon...

 

Wednesday, March 4th: The Royal Shakespeare Company Live from Stratford-Upon-Avon: LOVE'S LABOUR'S WON (also known as MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING) - 7.00pm. *LIVE BROADCAST* 

Wednesday, March 11th: The English National Opera Live from the London Coliseum - Verdi's LA TRAVIATA - 7.30pm. *LIVE BROADCAST*

Thursday, March 12th: NTLive: David Hare's BEHIND THE BEAUTIFUL FOREVERS - 7.00pm. *LIVE BROADCAST*

Saturday, March 14th: New York's MET Opera - Rossini's LA DONNA DEL LAGO - 4.55pm. *LIVE BROADCAST*

    Monday, March 23rd: Manchester's Royal Exchange Theatre - Maxine Peake as HAMLET - 7.30pm.

    Wednesday. March 25th: Manchester's Royal Exchange Theatre - Maxine Peake as HAMLET - 12.45pm.

Thursday, March 26th: National Theatre Live: A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE - 7.00pm. *LIVE BROADCAST*

Thursday, April 16th: National Theatre Live: Tom Stoppard's THE HARD PROBLEM - 7.00pm. *LIVE BROADCAST*

Saturday, April 25th: New York's MET Opera: CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA & PAGLIACCI - 5.30pm. *LIVE BROADCAST*

Thursday, May 14th: National Theatre Live: Ralph Fiennes in George Bernard Shaw's MAN AND SUPERMAN - 7.00pm. *LIVE BROADCAST*

Tuesday, May 19th: The English National Opera Live from the London Coliseum: Directed by Mike Leigh - Gilbert & Sullivan's THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE - 7.30pm. *LIVE BROADCAST*

Wednesday, July 1st: The English National Opera Live from the London Coliseum: CARMEN - 7.30pm. *LIVE BROADCAST*

Thursday, July 16th: National Theatre Live: EVERYMAN - 7.00pm. *LIVE BROADCAST*

Wednesday, July 22nd: The Royal Shakespeare Company Live from Stratford-Upon-Avon: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE - 7.00pm. 

 

 

 

The Sunday Early Evening Alternative Season

Regular screenings of foreign-language and independent films at around 6.00pm on Sunday Evenings...... 

 

March 1st: WILD (15)

March 8th: WHIPLASH (15)

March 15th: FOXCATCHER (15)

March 22nd: PAPER SOULS (12A) (Les Ames de Papier) (French with Subtitles)

March 29th: BIG EYES (12A)

April 5th: ST. VINCENT (12A)

April 12th: EX-MACHINA (15)

April 19th: TRASH (15)

April 26th: AMOUR FOU (12A) (French with Subtitles)

 

The Cinema has Dolby Digital Sound and seats 148 people in screen 1 and 90 in screen 2. Wheelchair access is provided to both screens.

We accept all major credit and debit cards.

Prices

Price

Ticket Type

£6.20 (2D) £7.20 (3D) Adults (15 and over)
£5.20 (2D) £6.20 (3D) Concessions (Students, Under 15, Over 60)
£20.80 (2D) £24.80 (3D) Family (2 Adults & 2 Children or 1 Adult & 3 children)

3D glasses are £1 but keep them for future visits to avoid paying for them again!

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