Chester, CH1 4QQ
Date opened – Saturday 18th December 1990.
Seating capacity 1647 over 6 screens
First General Manager: Julie Caden
Date Closed Thursday 10th. October – 2013. Building demolished.
The 6-screen Cannon cinema opened on 8th December 1990. It was a project of Cineplex Odeon. It was re-named MGM in 1991 and then in 1995 was re-named the Virgin. In 1999 it was re-named UGC and in 2005 it became the Cineworld. Seating capacities in the screens range from 366, down to 210.
The Cineworld was closed on 10th October 2013. It was demolished to make way for an Asda supermarket.
The building last occupied by CINEWORLD at Sealand Road, opened on Tuesday 18th December 1990.
Cineworld was closed on 10th October 2013. The building was demolished to make way for a supermarket.
2015~Cineworld opened the new state-of-the-art 11 screen multiplex at Broughton,which boasted the first Imax screen in the area. Logistically well placed on the A55 on the very popular retail and leisure park, it is now the main movie hub for many surrounding towns, including Chester.
If you enjoyed going to CINEWORLD, Sealand Road, or worked there at anytime, then chestercinemas.co.uk will be pleased to hear from you to share your thoughts.