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Kids Parties

A children's birthday party at the Savoy Cinema is an ideal way to celebrate - and it's great value too!

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Prices


General

Adult (Aged 15 years or over)

£5.95

Child (Aged 14 years or under)

£4.25

OAP (Statutory retirement age)

£4.25

Student (with valid NUS card)

£4.25

Family*

£17.00


*2 Adult + 2 Child or 1 Adult + 3 Child

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Silver Screenings

Exclusively for the over 50s

Thursday's at 11.30. Admission is £3.25 including complimentary tea or coffee.

Showing Thursday 17th April - 300: Rise Of An Empire (15)

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