Halloween at the Movies

The Secret Garden

now playing119 mins
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Honest Thief

now playing118 mins
Wanting to lead an honest life, a notorious bank robber (Liam Neeson) turns himself in, only to be double-crossed by two ruthless FBI agents.

Over the Moon

now playing115 mins
Fueled with determination and a passion for science, a bright young girl builds a rocket ship to the moon to prove the existence of a legendary Moon Goddess. There she ends up on a

Two by Two: Overboard!

now playing110 mins
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The Trial of the Chicago 7

now playing149 mins
What was intended to be a peaceful protest at the 1968 Democratic National Convention turned into a violent clash with police and the National Guard. The organizers of the protestâ

On the Rocks

now playing116 mins
The story of a young mother who reconnects with her larger-than-life playboy father on an adventure through New York. In this comedy about aging, marriage, and the tenuous bond bet

Saint Maud

now playing104 mins
The debut feature from Rose Glass follows a devout live-in nurse, Maud, who becomes enraptured with her new patient, the glamorous ex-dancer Amanda. Maud’s fixation soon mutates

Kajillionaire

now playing125 mins
From acclaimed writer/director Miranda July comes a profoundly moving and wildly original comedy. Con-artists Theresa (Debra Winger) and Robert (Richard Jenkins) have spent 26 year

Cats & Dogs 3: Paws Unite!

now playing104 mins
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The Elfkins

now playing98 mins
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Royal Opera House 2020: Giselle

now playing135 mins
Recorded in 2016. The greatest of all Romantic ballets, Peter Wright’s production of Marius Petipa’s classic is a tale of betrayal, the supernatural and love that transcends de

Uncle Vanya

ARTS & EVENTS 130 mins
Sonya (Aimee Lou Wood) and her Uncle Vanya (Toby Jones) while away their time on an isolated estate, visited occasionally only by the local doctor Astrov (Richard Armitage). Howeve

BACK TO CINEMAS

As we begin to settle back in to doing the things we love, the WTW & Scott Cinema Group has been hard at work making sure our venues are even safer so that you can continue to enjoy new movies with a captivated audience. These procedures have been developed in line with Government guidance. When visiting the cinema, things may work a little differently for now - here's some of the core new policies and procedures you can expect to find when you visit us...

FACE COVERINGS

It is now a requirement to wear a face covering in cinemas in England. This can be taken off to eat food and drink when in your seat inside the auditorium. Please do not leave your face coverings in the cinema after the show.

WATCHING A MOVIE

All auditoria are limited to a maximum of 35% of their physical capacity. Only alternate rows of seats are in use and nobody will be sat beside you.

PHYSICAL DISTANCING

While queuing, please keep 1m away from the person in front of you. Please be respectful of other people when walking to or from the toilets as space is very limited in these areas. Please follow staff instructions when leaving the cinema.

BOOKING & PAYMENTS

Advance Booking is strongly advised - the booking fee has temporarily been reduced to allow for this. Some snacks and drinks may not be available. Please try to pay by card or contactless where possible.

HEALTH & HYGIENE

Screens are installed at all service points. Please use the hand sanitiser provided around the building. Staff are regularly disinfecting all contact points in the building and have all the necessary PPE required in order to safely do their jobs.

READ OUR FULL COVID-SECURE STATEMENT AND OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES HERE

Your Bristol, Westbury Park cinema

Details

Your Manager: Adam
Direct Line: 01179 625 852
Automated Listings: 01174 030 599
Northumbria Drive, Westbury Park, Bristol, BS9 4HN
3D Showings
3 Screens
Snacks

Cinema Facilities

Recently Refurbished Cinema Digital Projection Dolby 3D in Screen 2
Dolby Surround 7.1 Fresh Coffee & Hot Drinks Audio Description
Infra Red Hearing Assist Wired Induction Loops at till points Air Conditioned
Sweets / Snacks Licensed Bar  

Auditorium Information

Screen 1 129 Seats NEC 2k Laser Projection Dolby Surround 7.1 No 3D 15' screen
Accessibility Details: This screen is not accessible to wheelchairs. There are 6 steps inside the entrance to the screen leading from one set of double doors to another. Seating is arranged as two blocks with a center aisle. The rear 4 rows have single steps between each row, whilst the rows towards the front are on a gentle slope towards the screen. The fire escape is at the front of the auditorium, up 2 steps. 
Screen 2 110 Seats NEC 2k Digital Dolby Surround 7.1 Dolby 3D 16.5' screen
Accessibility Details: This screen is not accessible to wheelchairs. There are 12 steps inside the entrance to the screen leading from a set of double doors. Seating is arranged as two blocks with a center aisle. All rows towards are on a gentle slope towards the screen. The fire escape is at the front of the auditorium, down 12 steps. 
Screen 3 96 Seats NEC 2k Digital / 35mm Dolby Surround 7.1 No 3D 17.5' screen
Accessibility Details: This screen is not accessible to wheelchairs. There are 12 steps inside the entrance to the screen leading from twin sets of double doors. Seating is arranged as two blocks with a center aisle. The rear 4 rows are separated from the front section by a single step, whilst the rows towards the front are on a gentle slope towards the screen. The fire escape is at the front of the auditorium, down 12 steps. 
For an indepth description of what these facilities mean click here, or view our group Accessibility Policy.

Accessibility Facilities at this Cinema

Infra-red Hearing Assist in Screens 2 and 3 Audio Description available in Screens 2 and 3 Regular subtitled shows, usually on Tuesdays.
Wired Induction loops at till points Ambulant toilet with baby change facilities  

Cinema Mobility Information

 

This cinema is unfortunately not accessible to wheelchair users. There are 30 steps from the street into the cinema, and all facilities are located at the top of the main staircase. 

The toilets can be found adjacent to the foyer, closest to the entrance to Screen 2. There is an ambulant toilet with baby change facilities, and each set of toilets has ambulant grab rails fitted in at least one cubicle.

More details can be found in our Accessibility Policy here.

Travel & Parking

 

Parking: The cinema does not have its own car park. During the day, numerous on-street parking is available close by. After 7pm, cinema customers may park in the adjacent Waitrose car park free of charge - please be aware that parking in the Waitrose car park before 7pm may incur a penalty charge.

By Bus: The cinema is on First Bristol route 2 to Cribbs Causeway from the Center. There is a bus stop directly outside of the cinema in the direction of Cribbs Causeway, and a stop just around the corner for services to the Center. Busses stop here every 10 minutes during the day, and every 30 minutes until 11.00pm. First Bristol now operate late night busses on Route 1, a stop for which can be found 5 minutes from the cinema.

By Train: The closest railway stations are Clifton Down and Redland, both are on the Severn Beach Line and connect to Bristol Temple Meads. Both are a 20 minute walk, and First Bristol bus Service 2 stops at the cinema and Clifton Down. Bristol Temple Meads is serviced by GWR & Crosscountry. Taxi ranks are available at the front of the station.

By Air: Bristol International Airport is located in North Somerset, and a bus link operates from Bristol Temple Meads railway station.

Contacting the Cinema

For recorded information please telephone 0300 124 0275. Calls to this number are charged at local call rates. To contact the cinema directly, please telephone 01179 625 852, after 2.00pm at weekends, and after 5pm on weekdays. Staff are unavailable to take telephone calls before this time.

 

Cinema History

This cinema is part of a Waitrose development that was carried out in the late 1960s and is built on the site of the original Orpheus Cinema. This was a very pleasant, typical 1930s suburban cinema with around 1,500 seats. Pictures are on display on the main entrance stairs.

It was fitted out and operated for many years by Star Cinemas, a National company who were well known for the creation of small, multi-screen cinemas all designed in what was then the latest style, with much use of purples, illuminated stair banisters & pyschedelic screen lighting.

Ownership passed from Star to Cannon, to MGM to ABC, then to a Mr Peter Walker until he assigned the lease to Reeltime Cinemas. They continued to operate it until February 2009 when it was acquired by Scott Cinemas.

Some refurbishment was carried out in May 2009 to improve the retail and other areas but care was taken to retain its better late 60s features which some 40 years on give it a particular appeal.

In 2012, a thorough complete refurbishment commenced of the auditoria and front of house areas. New ceilings and soundproofing were installed to help with heat loss and accoustics. All auditoria lighting was updated, and air conditioning was fitted. A new, larger screen was added to Screen 1, as well as a general tidy up of the main entrance and stair way. In 2016, we completely refurbished the toilets and foyer, by expanding into redundant staff areas.

This is a pleasant neighbourhood cinema in an affluent part of the city which has a very loyal audience and is also enthusiastically supported by the many students in the area... a little gem that still shines!

 

 

TICKET PRICES

  Standard Seats Premium Seats
Adult
18 years and over
£ 5.80 -
Teen
Aged 15 - 17
£ 5.10 -
Child
14 years and under
£ 4.80 -
Senior Citizen
60 years and over
£ 4.80 -
Student
With a valid Student ID card
£ 4.80 -
Family
2 Adults & 2 Concessions or 1 Adult & 3 Concessions
£ 18.99 -
Bargain Monday
£ 4.25 -
Adult 3D
18 years and over
£ 7.30 -
Teen 3D
Aged 15 - 17
£ 6.60 -
Child 3D
14 years and under
£ 6.30 -
Senior Citizen 3D
60 years and over
£ 6.30 -
Student 3D
With a valid Student ID card
£ 6.30 -
Family 3D
2 Adults & 2 Concessions or 1 Adult & 3 Concessions
£ 24.99 -
Bargain Monday 3D
£ 4.25 -
Silver Screen
£ 3.95 -
Kids Club
£ 2.00 -


Additional Price Information

  • Student prices with a valid, in-date ID card only.
  • Family group tickets for 1 Adult & 3 Concessions or 2 Adults & 2 Concessions - you don't have to be related and we'll try to be flexible. Please see the FAQ for further details.


Please note that additional fee's may apply when purchasing tickets online and through our telephone booking systems. You may not use multiple discounts within one transaction, for example we do not accept 'Meerkat Movies' on our already discounted 'Silver Screen' promotion. For full terms and conditions please visit our terms webpage, click here.

 



We support the UK Cinema Association and the CEA Card scheme. This is a national card that can be used to verify that the holder is entitled to one free ticket for a person accompanying them to the cinema. Terms and Conditions of use apply. For more information, visit this website: http://www.ceacard.co.uk/