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Coliseum Cinema

Brecon

Coliseum Cinema, Brecon

 

Two Screen Cinema, offering all the latest movies in

Comfortable surroundings on Big, Bright Screens

The Cinema is equipped with

Sony Digital Cinema 4K

The Ulitmate Cinema Experience.

Both screens feature Luxury Italian Armchairs with Cup holders.

Coliseum 2 is Fully Accessible with two wheelchair spaces.

Phone 01874 622501 option 1, then option 7 for wheelchair accessible performances.

New online bookings now available.

Payment by Cash or Credit/Debit Cards.  Card handling fee 25p per Transaction.

On Street parking is available nearby.  A large public Car Park is close by.

 

ADMISSION PRICES

   £7.50

Children (Under 14) pay £6.00 at performances

starting before 7.00pm only.

Phone our 24hr. information line for further details.
01874 622501

Contact us:-

Coliseum Cinema
Wheat Street
Brecon
Powys
LD3 7DG

Tel: 01874 622504  (Administration)

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