The Everyman is a boutique-style cinema that’s recently opened in the heart of Manchester city centre, where guests can sip on a cocktail and get treats delivered to their seat.
The new Everyman cinema recently opened its doors and is located next to St John’s Gardens, opposite the Opera House Theatre on Quay Street.
The interior takes inspiration from some of Hollywood’s most influential hits, with a hall of fame dedicated to some of the world’s biggest stars at the main entrance.
The intimate venue has three screens, each one fitted with velvet sofas and personal drinks tables where guests have the luxury of table service before the movie begins.
The smallest screen can seat up to 59 people, while the second screen seats 79. Boasting a combination of plush sofas and armchairs, the largest screen has space for 119 ticket holders.
Perfect for a date night.
There’s more than just popcorn on the menu. A former Pedro’s chef will be serving up a selection of sharing plates including hummus, flatbread, pardon peppers and chorizo – with the option to choose three for £12.
For those with a sweet tooth, you can build your sundae with three scoops of ice cream and three toppings for £5.50 or try hot freshly-baked cookie dough for £3.
Expect to pay between £7.95 and £9.25 for a classic cocktail, £7.75 a glass of prosecco, and £27.90 for a bottle.
Peak-time adult cinema tickets cost £12.80, while off-peak tickets are £10.80. Ultimate cinema fans can also become Everyman members from £95 a year, which includes seven cinema tickets and exclusive discounts.
There is expected to be around 12 showings a day, with a choice of three or four movies.
There are a good number of The Everyman cinema’s across the country with one being the recently opened venue based in Manchester and the other in Altrincham, which opened in November 2018.
For details visit everymancinema.com