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Regal Cinema in Redruth
Fore Street, Redruth, Cornwall, TR15 2AZ

Cinema Prices

Live Theatre Tickets
Prices vary
15 years & over
£ 8.50
Adult with a Movie Magic Card
15 years & over
£ 6.00
Senior Adult
60 years & over
£ 7.50
Senior Adult with a Movie Magic Card
60 years & over
£ 5.50
14 years & under
£ 6.50
Child with a Movie Magic Card
14 years & under
£ 4.50
The Mini Movie Deal with popcorn and drink included
£ 3.99
The Big Movie Deal with £4 voucher included
£ 7.99

Event Cinema Pricing

Prices vary for each individual event showing, please see individual screenings.

Magic Mondays

Every Monday we offer 2 for 1 off the standard ticket price for two Movie Magic cardholders coming together.  Available on feature films, even on Bank Holidays, at all Merlin Cinemas.

Meerkat Movies

The Meerkat Movies 2 for 1 film deal is accepted at all Merlin Cinemas.

Terms of Admission - full terms here

Cinema Information

Open The cinema opens roughly 20 minutes before the first film
6 Screens
Soft and alcoholic drinks | Snacks | Hot Drinks | Ice Creams | Restaurant & 3 Bars


Regal Cinema & Theatre is at the bottom of Fore Street, the main shopping area, and just two minutes walk from the railway station and town centre bus stops. The cinema is easily accessible from the A30 and so serves a large part of West Cornwall. Follow the signs for Redruth, the cinema is less than a mile from the A30 turn off. A large car park is situated behind the cinema accessed from Fords Row/New Cut, it is only two minutes walk. The cinema is clearly visible from the car park.

Disabled Facilities

The Regal is a traditional cinema and theatre across multiple levels.

Wheelchair Access - The Regal Cinema in Redruth has Wheelchair access to Screens 4 and 5 via the main entrance. Screen 1 has purpose built wheelchair bays in the Cinema’s Stalls/Ground Floor seating area with adjoining seats for their accompanying carers. The Stalls/Ground Floor seating area are reached via the main entrance and then via a lift taking you down a few stairs to the Stalls’ corridor. Screens 2; 3 & 7 are not available to wheelchair users. Screen 7 is accessed via a spiral staircase. The Regal Bar and Restaurant is also accessible for wheelchair users.

You can check on our website to see if the film of your choice is showing in a wheelchair accessible auditorium by looking for a Wheelchair icon against the film (which indicates that some or perhaps all of the film’s performances listed are wheelchair accessible) and then mouse over the actual time to see if that specific performance is wheelchair accessible.

Wheelchair/carer spaces cannot currently be booked online, so please contact the cinema's box office during normal opening hours to enquire about seat reservations and/or other accessible facilities on 01209 216278.

Disabled Toilets - Facilities are available in the restaurant and stalls’ corridor.

Subtitled Performances - We run captioned performances whenever possible on both weekend and weekday screenings. Check the website or call the cinema directly.

Relaxed/Autism Friendly Screenings - Relaxed/Autism friendly screenings are subtly-adapted screenings which create an environment that is welcoming for people with a range of conditions such as autism, learning disabilities and cognitive disorders. They have sound levels turned down, the lights left on at a low level and there are no trailers or adverts at the beginning of the film. Film-goers are able to make noise and to sit where they feel most comfortable. These screenings are usually the first Sunday in the month and often the first show of the day to avoid crowds. Look out for the logo 

CEA Carer Card - Merlin Cinemas participate with the CEA card which is a national concessionary card developed by the UKCA for UK cinemas. This allows people with disabilities to obtain one free ticket for a person accompanying them to the cinema. The aim of the CEA Card is to provide a consistent voluntary approach to the provision of complimentary tickets for people with disabilities. To find out more at the CEA Card website click hereCEA Cards are accepted for films on general release and event cinema, some restrictions may apply on private screenings. 

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