Aldeburgh Cinema is a Registered Charity, a world-class cinema since 1919 and home of The Aldeburgh Documentary Festival.
Aldeburgh Cinema has been continuously showing films for almost 100 years, a feat made possible through the ingenuity of local heroes, starting with gentleman’s outfitter, Walter Hill, who originally built the auditorium alongside his shop. The Cinema was rescued from closure in the 1960s by the determination of remarkable individuals, including Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears, who devoted time and money to ensuring the little town of Aldeburgh still has its own cinema to this day.
BOX OFFICE 01728 454 884
The Box Office is open between 10am-1pm Mon-Fri and 30 mins before each performance
Or online at this very website.
Please note there is a £1.00 booking fee per transaction for phone and online bookings
Valid ID required for all age-restricted films and events
Valid membership required when purchasing Friends’ tickets
Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded except in the case of a cancelled performance
Photography of any kind is not permitted in the auditorium during performances
Smoking (including e-cigarettes) is not permitted anywhere in the building
Aldeburgh Cinema Trust | 51 High Street | Aldeburgh | Suffolk | IP15 5AU | 01728 454 884
Registered Charity No. 1151433