Old Sunday School,
Tuesdays to Saturdays
£6.50 (waged) / £7.00 from 13 Jan
£5.50 (seniors, students, JSA and disability benefit) / £6.00 from 13 Jan
£5.00 (children under 15) ] / £5.50 from 13 Jan
Groups of 4 or more before 6pm: £5.00 each / £5.50 each from 13 Jan
Sundays & Mondays: £3.50 each for everyone / £3.50 each from 13 Jan
Free admission for disabled carers and children in arms.
for LIVE & ENCORE Events by Satellite
Full price (centre seats): £15.00
Concessions (centre seats): £13.00
Restricted view (side seats): £10.00
Sunday/Monday discounts, Fina Meal Deal vouchers, competition prizes and free passes do not apply at Live Events
The auditorium has 230 seats.
At FILM screenings, tickets for films can be reserved and paid for at movietickets.co.uk (click on this link), selecting the required date, time and film (link opens in new browser window).
It is not necessary to have an account with movietickets in order for them to process your card (you may log in as guest). If all bookable seats have been sold at a specific performance or there is less than an hour before the screening, the option to book at that performance will be greyed out. Bookings
are not allocated to specific seats.
At LIVE & ENCORE events by satellite,
all seats are bookable and allocated to specific seats; for advance
booking, please go to specific live event pages (in the column on the
Gift vouchers are also available in multiples of 5.00 / 10.00 / 25.00 and can be purchased at the cinema when the box office is open before films begin, or at the Silk Shop in the Old Sunday School. If the full amount is not redeemed at a single visit, the balance is carried over until used.
The cinema opens 30mins before screenings.
The running times for films is given in the
information called up by clicking the film image and if you then add 10
minutes for the advertisements that play before a film, you will have a
good approximation of the time at which the end credits finish.
car parking is available immediately behind the building in front of Tesco Metro, off Churchill Way. Please do not park in the Old Sunday School forecourt unless disabled access is required.
For those travelling by
bus, there is a stop adjacent to the venue in Churchill Way and Macclesfield s Bus Station is close by.
If you are coming by
train, walk up the hill immediately opposite the front of the station (keeping left at the fork), turn left at the main junction with Mill St., and take the first right into Roe St.
If disabled parking is required on a weekday before 6.30pm, please contact the Old Sunday School on 01625 613210 to check availability of forecourt spaces or use the forecourt for dropping-off only. Disabled parking after 6.30pm is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please display disability id in car windows.
The auditorium is on the second floor of the Old Sunday School: there is a lift and venue toilets are accessible to wheelchair users. Access is through the right hand Roe Street entrance.
The cinema has an induction loop for hearing aids.
Volunteer support: If you would like to volunteer to steward screenings regularly in return for complimentary admission, please enquire at the box office.
The Old Sunday School also houses the Silk Museum and Silk Shop; for further information, go to www.silkmacclesfield.org.uk. Please note that cinema telephone enquiries should be made directly to Cinemac on the numbers above. The cinema is open seven days weekly with screenings at least twice daily unless concerts or Silk Screen Film Society presentations are scheduled.
It is impossible to predict what might upset any particular child but a U film should be suitable for audiences aged four years and over.
Parental Guidance - General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. Unaccompanied children of any age may watch.
Suitable for 12 years and over. No-one younger than 12 may see a 12A film in a cinema unless accompanied by an adult.
Suitable only for 15 years and over. No-one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.
Suitable only for 18 years and over. No-one younger than 18 may see a 18 film in a cinema.
For a more detailed explanation of film certificates please visit British Board of Film Classification