Broadway Cinema

Broadway Cinema is one of the few remaining independent cinemas in Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.

This art deco cinema, designed by Bennett and Bidwell and built by Howard Hurst, originally opened its doors back in 1936. In recent years, the cinema has undergone extensive refurbishment programmes which included restoring and developing the cinema into a four-screen facility, to accommodate the increasing number of blockbusters released week on week and live cinema available.

The cinema has remained popular throughout its existence. Most notably, it was a venue for occasional rallies, speeches and live music from the likes of Acker Bilk and Marti Wilde, and even The Beatles were booked to play (but cancelled) before they were famous!

More recently it featured as one of the ‘pubs’ in the film The World’s End, starring Simon Pegg, which Director Edgar Wright filmed around the town. That made for a special experience for audiences who were able to sit and watch the film in one of the locations featured on screen.

See the latest blockbuster with us

Broadway Cinema’s four screens always show the latest mainstream films and art house cinema, as well as live screenings of opera, ballet and theatre which regularly sell out all four screens at once. To find out about show times or to book tickets see our website.

Or get in touch with our box office:
Eastcheap
Letchworth Garden City
SG6 3DD (open from 15 minutes before our first performance)
01462 681088 (lines open 3pm to 7:30pm)
Email info@broadway-cinema.com
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