The city is well served for cinema going audiences and has the oldest continuously running cinema alongside mainstream cinemas with state of the art digital capability.

Worthing Dome

This stunning 2 Screen Edwardian cinema, first opened in April 1911 and, having recently celebrated its centenary, has been fully restored to its former glory and is once again open to the public 7 days per week.

Worthing Dome

Duke of Yorks Cinema
Duke of Yorks / Dukes at Komedia

Duke of Yorks Cinema (Picturehouses) – The UK’s oldest continuously operating cinema – and voted the nation’s favourite – expanded in 2012 into a new two-screen venue in the North Laine, the Dukes at Komedia.
They have a broad range of programme including arthouse and specialised cinema and special events for older people, autism screenings, film clubs and talks from film talent.
Duke Of Yorks
Dukes At Komedia

Cinemas in Brighton
Odeon/ Cineworld

Multiscreen multiplexes in the city centre and at the Marina, which between them sell more than one million tickets per year and have 16 screens between them. The Odeon opened in 1973 and the Cineworld opened in 1991.
Odeon Brighton
Cineworld Brighton

British Federation of Film Societies
British Federation of Film Societies

The BFFS is the national development agency for community cinema and provide resources, advice and support for those wishing to set up their own community cinema, film club and pop up screenings. Currently there is only one registered cinema club in Brighton but there are some in surrounding towns and villages including Lewes and Hailsham.
British Federation of Film Societies