The Old Court, Windsor
The Old Court is an iconic arts centre in central Windsor is the town's only cinema and it also hosts a changing range of exhibitions, theatre, comedy, film nights, and cool classes.
The Old Court is a cool arts centre famous for being Windsor’s only cinema. The iconic Edwardian building is an historic landmark in the Queen’s hometown, previously used as the Magistrate’s Court, Police Station and Fire Station. What it lacks in uniformed hotties, it makes up for with an eclectic mix of live music, drama, comedy and film, plus a bar run by Windsor & Eton Brewery.
The Screen Cinema sits in The Old Court and is the first time Digital Cinema has ever been available in Windsor, with immersive Dolby surround sound and brand-new seats. A curated range of award-winning films and the latest blockbusters can be found on the movie reel here.
The Old Court boasts four spaces – the main auditorium is in the old courtroom, the Basement studio is in the old holding cells, the Bar can be found in the former engine room of the Fire Station and the Attic is, well, in the attic.
The diversity of spaces make it a super flexible and intimate for visitors. As well as current films, experimental concerts, comedy nights, and lectures, there’s also a programme for young families, creative classes and there’s always a stylish corner for refreshments in the bar even if you’re not booked into see or do anything.
All the spaces are available for private hire, so if you’re looking for a quirky venue for a work, social or special occasion do, this is the place to be.
Monday: 10am – 11pm
Tuesday: 10am – 11pm
Wednesday: 10am – 11pm
Thursday: 10am – 11pm
Friday: 10am – 11pm
Saturday: 10am – 11pm
Sunday: 10am – 10.30pm
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