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The Luxe is an award-winning single screen cinema in the heart of the historic town of Wisbech, Cambridgeshire and has recently seen a large investment in equipment and furnishings to ensure that the stellar reputation continues to spread. There are seats for up to eighty visitors as well as two wheelchair spaces that can accommodate larger, reclined wheelchairs with easier access and and increased turning circle.


The Luxe is now home to a full Laser Digital Projection suite, 7.1 Dolby Surround Sound, Brand New Screen, Upgraded Seating, New Carpets, New Air Conditioning and much more.


The interior of the auditorium offers a luxurious atmosphere, where one can cosy up and relax on either a deluxe seat or a twin sofa to watch films in the utmost comfort. Alongside the comfort comes top notch visuals and sound. Viewing a film at the Luxe is an experience unlike anything you’ve had at a multiplex.


The Luxe Cinema is located a few minutes walk from Wisbech town centre, and has two large, free to park, car parks surrounding it. The Church Terrace car park is closest and has a limited amount of disabled parking spaces available.

We are a five minute walk from Wisbech Bus Station.



Lounge Sofas

Luxury Sofas




8 Double Sofas

16 Seats Total

4 Double Sofas

8 Seats Total


Cinema Box Office: 01945 588808

Please note the Box office is manned during cinema opening hours only. We may be unable to answer your call when staff are busy. 

If you're unable to get through via phone please use our online form: HERE



We are committed to offering maximum accessibility and we strive to provide facilities that meet the requirements of all our customers.

This includes – but is not limited to – Autism and Sensory Friendly Screenings of popular family films on a regular basis, which are presented without adverts or trailers, with lower volume and the lights are left on low. The whole building is strictly monitored to ensure as little 'sensory overload' as possible.

For more information on our Sensory Screenings, please contact the Box Office or check the events section of our Facebook page.



Subtitled Screenings are held regularly which clearly display dialogue and essential sound cues on screen. For more information, contact the Box Office.


The cinema is accessible by wheelchair via portable ramp that we will place on the front of the building on arrival (unless booked or notified in advance, in which case it will be ready and waiting when you arrive).

The front three rows of the auditorium are all on one level, with designated wheelchair spaces at the end of Rows C and D. There is also room to transfer from a wheelchair to any of the seats on the very front row. Row D's space has a small platform next to it which can be useful if extra equipment, bags or gas cylinders are needing to be stowed during the performance.


There are handrails on both sides of the auditorium to aid those with limited mobility, as well as on the stairs up to the Premier Seating, and a small sloped section has been added to the step area by the fire escape to assist in the event of the need to evacuate the premises.



We welcome the use of The Cinema Exibitors' Association Card (CEA).

This is a national card that can be used to verify that the holder is entitled to an extra ticket, free of charge, for someone to accompany them to the cinema.

Terms and Conditions of use apply which can be seen on their website: CEA Card



If you have any access requirements, please contact the team in advance and we can advise you on the best seating options and to ensure your visit is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. We are always happy to make a visit to our cinema both possible and exceptional. Staff have been trained in welcoming those with a range of needs and we look forward to seeing you.






Adult (15+) - Standard



Child - Standard



Lounge Sofa (2 Seats)



Luxury Sofa (2 Seats)



All tickets purchased online or over the phone are subject to a booking fee

We operate an allocated seating system for all performances, unless indicated otherwise.

We ask you to sit in your allocated seats as otherwise you may be occupying someone else's seats and will be asked to move.


Any Babes in arms must be highlighted to the team for licencing and safety purposes, and is admitted on the understanding that the child will sit on the parents / guardians lap. If not, a seat will need to be purchased. 


Any children under 8 years must be accompanied at all times, by an adult 18 years or over, regardless of film certification.


Children under 12 years must be accompanied for any performance starting after 7pm, by an adult 18 years or over, regardless of film certification.


If you have booked your tickets in advance, please have your booking reference or QR code ready to enable us to find your booking as quickly as possible.


If you have booked tickets, you will still need to join the queue to collect them.



We run a strict age restriction policy and as such you must be prepared to present valid ID if you look under 25, whether or not a ticket has been purchased online.


Films rated (12A) are suitable for children aged 12 and over; however children younger than 12 may see a (12A) so long as they are accompanied by a suitable adult (over 18). The accompanying adult must supervise the child at all times.

In such circumstances, responsibility for allowing a child under 12 to view lies with the accompanying adult.


For films rated (15) you must be prepared to present valid ID if you look under 18.

For films rated (18) you must be prepared to present valid ID if you look under 21.


We accept passportsdriving license, CitizenCard and ValidateUK cards, as forms of valid ID

***Parental consent or accompaniment is not a valid form of identification.***



Alcohol sales are strictly for over 18's and we operate a challenge 25 policy.



It is the policy of Picturedrome Cinemas that the pricing of tickets is kept as low as possible to make it accessible for our patrons. In addition our food and drinks have been reasonably priced too.


Therefore, we ask that you do not bring food and drinks purchased from outside sources. If you do so we will ask you to leave it behind the counter until the end of the film.




For full terms and conditions of ticket purchase and entry, please click here LEGAL




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