Our cinemas

Cinema partners

We work collaboratively with every type of cinema in the UK, providing us with unique knowledge of the industry.

This knowledge enables us to support our cinema owners and offer advertisers and agencies the most relevant and engaging advertising opportunities.

Cineworld

Cineworld Group plc was founded in 1995 and is now one of the leading cinema groups in Europe. Originally a private company, it re-registered as a public company in May 2006 and listed on the London Stock Exchange in May 2007. In December 2012, the Group acquired the Picturehouse chain of cinemas consisting of 21 cinemas, and in February 2014, the combination with Cinema City completed, creating the second largest cinema business in Europe (by number of screens). The enlarged Group now has 202 sites and a total of 1,858 fully digital screens, a portfolio which includes four out of the ten highest grossing cinemas in the UK and Ireland. 

Partner details:
  • 813 screens
  • 81 cinemas

Odeon

Perry Bar in Birmingham saw the first ODEON cinema open in 1930 and established the brand as not only simply somewhere to watch films, but somewhere to experience them. Iconic art deco architecture and the very latest technology became synonymous with ODEON where you didn’t just go to see a film, you went to the cinema. 

ODEON is at the forefront of cinematic experience: both IMAX and ISENSE offer extraordinary cinema viewing and ODEON also operates London’s BFI IMAX which is the largest cinema screen in the UK. ODEON Leicester Square is another iconic cinema destination, hosting over 700 of Europe’s biggest film premieres since the 1930s.

Partner details:
  • 882 screens
  • 114 cinemas

Vue

Formed in May 2003, Vue International is a world-class operator and developer of modern state‑of‑the-art multiplex cinemas. Following the acquisition of the Apollo UK circuit in May 2012, the takeover of Cinema in August 2012 and the acquisition of Multikino in September 2013, Vue is now operating over 1,359 screens across 150 multiplex cinemas in eight territories including the UK, Ireland, Germany, Denmark, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Taiwan. 

Vue has cinemas located across the whole of the UK with circa 60% of the population living within a 30 minute drive of a Vue cinema, including 19 sites in the key London market which represents 24% of the total UK box office.

Partner details:
  • 776 screens
  • 82 cinemas

Curzon Cinemas

Founded in 1934, Curzon Cinemas has evolved to meet the demands of audiences and the dynamic film industry and includes 14 exclusive, boutique cinemas across London in Soho, Bloomsbury, Victoria, Mayfair, Chelsea, Wimbledon, Richmond and Mondrian London, as well as Canterbury, Knutsford, Ripon and Sheffield. The same thing drives Curzon as it always has – offering films that it believes are worth sharing, that spark conversations and stay with you long after the lights have come up.

The Curzon brand also encompasses Curzon Artificial Eye, the company’s distribution label which has been part of the historic Curzon group since 2006, and Curzon Home Cinema, its on-demand film service.

Partner details:
  • 35 screens
  • 14 cinemas

Everyman Cinemas

Everyman is an independent network of boutique cinema venues. With a passion for quality, from service of great food and drink to the staple sofa seating, every cinema also features a unique bar, restaurant or social space at its heart.

Creating unique experiences is a core part of the Everyman offering, with entertainment including Everyman curated music events and festivals, cinema installations in surprising locations and bespoke seasonal menus to surprise and delight every guest. Everyman is also one of the fastest growing independent networks in the UK, with 20 current venues, and new national locations opening every year.

Current venues range from the 104 year old Screen on the Green in Islington and the 96 year old Everyman Bristol, as well as brand new spaces in Birmingham and Chelmsford.

Partner details:
  • 55 screens
  • 20 cinemas

Picturehouse Cinemas

Formed in 1989 to challenge the multiplex model, Picturehouse Cinemas own and operate 23 cinemas and programme a further 42 venues across the UK.

Picturehouse Cinemas are located in city centres and are architecturally unique venues that provide café bars, restaurants and live events alongside the traditional movie-going experience. Their programmes encompass quality mainstream, family, art house, independent, foreign-language and documentary films.

The company also runs its own film distribution company, Picturehouse Entertainment, which distributes high-profile alternative content to cinemas throughout the UK and internationally.

Partner details:
  • 75 screens
  • 23 cinemas

Independents

Our independent sites make up 10% of our overall estate (14m admissions) and are synonymous with independent film, appealing to a more discerning, affluent and eclectic audience. We represent a diverse mixture of cinema types across the country including high-end boutique cinemas, community-based cinemas, charity-run cinemas, university cinemas and arthouse cinemas, all of which can uniquely complement any national campaign.

The majority of our independent cinemas also feature a bar/restaurant on site, with cinemagoers spending, an additional hour on average within the cinema venues.

Partner details:
  • 112 exhibitors
  • 498 screens
  • 173 cinemas