Cineworld Bolton

The Cineworld cinema at The Valley leisure park in Bolton opened in 1998 and offers 15 screens.

Ticket prices are most expensive on Saturdays and after 5 pm. Discounts are available for children, students, seniors and families. For the cheapest prices visit the cinema on a Tuesday. It’s Bargain Day at Cineworld and a low flat rate is charged for all showings.

Junior movies, shown on mornings at weekends and in the school holidays, are also good value. If you manage to stop your kids from buying any sweets and drinks, it’s possible for a whole family to watch a film for just a few pounds.

If you go to the cinema on a regular basis it could be a good idea to look at purchasing a Cineworld Unlimited Card. The monthly fee is roughly the price of around two tickets. It entitles you to watch as many films as you want each month, receive a discount on food and drink, and enjoy special advance screenings.

To view a listing of films now showing at Cineworld Bolton visit the official website.

The Valley is located in the Astley Bridge area of Bolton, on Waters Meeting Road/Eagley Brook Way, just off the A666 Blackburn Road. Satellite navigation users can use the postcode BL1 8TS.

The Valley offers over 1,000 free car parking spaces. Restaurants on the park (all within walking distance of the cinema) are Frankie and Benny’s (Italian-American), Spice Valley (Indian) and the Cotton Kier (family pub).

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Cineworld Bolton

Address and postcode:
The Valley, 15 Eagley Brook Way
Bolton
Greater Manchester
United Kingdom
BL1 8TS

[Visit Cineworld Bolton Website]

Reviews and Additional Information

  1. DEB L says

    I prefer this cinema to the Vue at Middlebrook. Sure there’s more going on at Middlebrook in terms of restaurants and shops etc. But at the end of the day I’m going to watch a movie. I want to be able to turn up at the last minute and leave when the film finishes. You can do that here. Parking is no problem. At Middlebrook it can be difficult to find a space. At Cineworld parking is never a problem.

  2. Sandra says

    I have had cinema passes for just over a year and I cant tell you how good it is on a wet Sunday to nip in the car and catch a film and sometimes even 2.
    The only thing I can say is I got the passes as I am on a budget and its good for me to be able to take the kids out however the price of refreshments is just too much. When the soft drink dispenser broke down a couple of months ago you were charging 2 pound or more for a small bottle of pop.

  3. sarah says

    Forgetting Sarah Marshall is hilarious and I would recommend it to anybody who enjoys a good giggle.

  4. John Marshall says

    My wife and I have unlimited ticket passes and have had them for several years. We enjoy viewing in the daytime [and you have some good movies on] when it is quiet. Our only complaint is that the coffee machine was always breaking down. Now they have a new machine, no-one knows how to work it properly. The coffee is not as nice too! Cheers!

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