Chichester Cinema at New Park
New Park Road
Train: Alight at Chichester Train Station.
Walk north along South Street to the Chichester Cross, turn right and walk to the end of East Street. Turn left at St. Pancras Church and past Brasserie Blanc, where you will find New Park adjoining the Car Park.
Bus: The 700 Bus stops at the corner of Market Ave and East Street. Walk through the courtyard to the left of St. Pancras Church, where you will find New Park adjoining the Car Park.
Parking: There are a limited number of Free Car Park spaces available at the New Park Centre.
Users of the centre (including Cinema Patrons) can use the Car Park 30 minutes before a scheduled screening and 15 minutes after the end of the film.
Full Price: £10.00
Senior Citizen: £9.00 (Available First Matinee Daily)
Members: (Dependent on Membership)
After 8 Films (8:15pm start or later): £8.50 (Friends £6.50)
Under 25's: £5.50
Children (Under 15): £2.50
Students: FREE to all Film Talks
Film Prices are noted at the bottom of each film performance.
Special Events are priced as listed.
Managed by New Park Centre and locally known as the “cheapest bar in town”. The bar is run by volunteers currently and has a range of hot and cold drinks and sweet and savoury snacks to keep you sustained through even the longest of films.
Please note, not a smelly hotdog or noisy bag of popcorn in sight and you are welcome of course to bring your own refreshments.
The Café Bar at New Park Centre is run by New Park Sports and Social Club Ltd. which is an independent, not-for-profit Society. Its sole business purpose is to provide food and beverage services for all users of the Centre. All financial surplus from the Café Bar is gift-aided annually to the New Park Community & Arts Association which runs New Park Centre.