Cinemas in Liverpool

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor

Liverpool has no shortage of options for film fanatics craving the big screen experience. From art house and independent fare at FACT’s Picturehouse, to the blazing blockbusters at one of the city’s multiplexes, there’s bound to be movie to match your mood. After a plush, luxury experience — look to the Everyman. Or, if you really want to impress, how about a 1930s Art Deco wonder?

Our top picks

FACT

FACT, 88 Wood Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 4DQ - Visit now

FACT stands for film, art and creative technology. One of Liverpool’s essential cultural attractions, this arts hub, gallery and bar also features a 4-screen cinema run by Picturehouse. Check the listings for indie flicks, art house hits and classic cinema seasons.

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Odeon Liverpool ONE

Odeon Liverpool ONE, 14 Paradise St, Liverpool, L1 8JF - Visit now

Odeon Liverpool One features a huge 18 screens — including one massive IMAX — with all of the latest gizmos from RealD 3D to DBOX.

Odeon

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Hope Street , Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 9BP - Visit now

The classy option. This 1930s Art Deco venue boasts an original cinema screen that can be raised up from the floor, along with a Rushworth and Dreaper organ — perfect for silent movie classics.

Everyman Liverpool

Everyman Liverpool, Metquarter, 35 Victoria Street, Liverpool, L1 6DA - Visit now

A luxurious boutique cinema with 4K projectors and Dolby 7.1 digital sound. There is sofa seating, curated movie-themed playlists and an upmarket bar and restaurant – they’ll even bring your order through to the screen for you.

Everyman

Cineworld Speke

Cineworld Speke, New Mersey Shopping Park, Speke Road, Speke, Merseyside, L24 8QB - Visit now

A throughly modern multiplex boasting all of the latest technology, spread across 11 comfortable screens.

Cineworld

Where to go in Liverpool

Liverpool
Restaurant
Hummingbird

Hummingbird is one of Liverpool’s most stylish and timeless cocktail bars.

Liverpool
Tourist Attraction
The Cavern Club

This Beatles favourite music venue has seen not only the biggest band in the world, but much around it – from 1950s Jazz and 21st Century indie rock.

Liverpool
Gallery
Arts Bar Baltic

A safe and creative space, with a mission to help support and develop Liverpool’s artistic scene.

Liverpool
Bar or Pub
Hangar 34

Hangar 34 is a huge warehouse, dedicated to live music, nightlife, exhibitions and much more. It’s always worth checking out.

Liverpool
Gallery
DOT-ART

This fabulous independent gallery is a venue providing exhibitions, classes and community spirit. Come and browse contemporary art of many varieties.

Liverpool
Event venue
Eric’s Live

This lively music venue in Liverpool is situated on the famous Matthew Street, music lovers heaven.

Liverpool
Restaurant
Bacino

Bacino pizza and cicchetti bring a slice of Naples cuisine to Liverpool. With tasty dishes and lots of drinks options.

Liverpool
Bar or Pub
Frederik’s

Frederik’s neighbourhood kitchen & bar has been the hub of the Georgian Quarter since 2013. Award winning cocktails and a great Sunday roast!

Liverpool
Restaurant
Silk Rd

Silk Rd Tapas serves up delicious Mediterranean small plates, named after the Silk Route, an ancient network of trade routes, bringing spices and silks.

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