(watch for details of concert between Christmas and New Year)
3 - screen cinema with digital projection and Dolby Stereo sound
No. 1 screen is the original auditorium with its 1930s ambience
and 400 seats in stalls and circle.
No. 2 is a self-contained cinema with 100 seats and air-conditioning.
No 3 is a studio cinema with 65 seats and air conditioning.
3D films at normal film prices. Glasses £1.50 to keep;
children's glasses available
Wurlitzer At The Royalty
The Royalty Cinema also houses a rare Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ
dating from 1927. It is a 2 manual instrument of 7 ranks.
Originally installed in a Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio,
it came to England in 1934 to be installed in the Rex Cinema in Stratford, East London.
It remained there until the early 1970's when it was removed and put into storage.
It is now owned by The Furness Theatre Organ Project
who began its restoration in spring 2007.
On completion, the first concert was held in October 2012.
Comcerts are held monthly between Spring and Autumn,
with special events at other times
More information can be found on the group's website http://ftop.weebly.com/
Circle Screen One : Adults £7, Children & Seniors £6
Screen One Stalls and Screens 2 and 3
Evening £6.50 & £5.50
Matinee £6 & £5
The Royalty Cinema has three screens offering the latest release, and also selected screenings of less commercial films, all in comfortable surroundings.
For more information about The Royalty Cinema and its history, visit the Cinema Information page.
Homefront - Watch the Trailer
Written by Sylvester Stallone, 'Homefront' casts action man Jason Statham as a father who's forced to take on an evil druglord (James Franco) as he tries to escape his troubled past.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire - Watch the Trailer
Katniss senses that a rebellion is simmering, but the Capitol is still very much in control as President Snow prepares the 75th Annual Hunger Games (The Quarter Quell) - a competition that could change Panem forever.