From the latest releases at the biggest, brashest cinemas to indie classics at boutique picture houses, there's enough going on at Manchester cinemas to keep the city's popcorn poppers busy. Find a cinema near to you, showing what you want to see, by taking a look below. And if you want to eat or drink before or afterwards? Here are some of Manchester's best restaurants and pubs for your perusal.
Cinemas in Manchester
The AMC Manchester is a cinema located on Deansgate, showing the big new releases as well as live broadcasts and events as part of their AMC Presents programme.
Cinemac cinema in Macclesfield is located at the Heritage Centre on Roe Street. Expect films and theatre screenings, plus food from the Fina Bar and Grill.
The Cineworld Ashton-Under-Lyne is part of the Cineworld multiplex chain, with 14 screens and good transport links to its Ashton Leisure Park location.
Cineworld Bolton boasts 15 cinema screens, including one of the largest in the North West. The cinema has a free car park, as well as good transport links.
Part of the Cineworld chain, the Cineworld Didsbury brings the biggest new releases to the Parrs Wood Entertainment Centre.
As part of the Cineworld chain, Cineworld Leigh offers impressive facilities and a number of screens showcasing the biggest new films and live screenings.
The Cineworld Stockport brings blockbusters and independent films to its multi-screen complex on Wellington Road South.
A haven for independent film, Cornerhouse also showcases classic re-runs, big new releases, documentaries and UK premieres.
Set within The Printworks, adjacent to the Ardnale Centre, the Odeon Manchester brings 23 screens of cinema action, with an IMAX screen, Premier and Gallery seating and a number of good and drink options. Special cinema screenings also take place.
The Odeon Rochdale can be found on the Sandbrook Retail Park, so there are plenty of food and drink options to complement the nine cinema screens showing the best in British and world cinema.