Norfolk’s cheapest cinemas revealed
PUBLISHED: 15:03 27 August 2019 | UPDATED: 17:40 27 August 2019
For a Saturday night at the movies, Norfolk is one of the cheapest places to be, with two cinemas among the cheapest 25 in the country.
A national survey compared the price of an adult ticket to see The Lion King on a Saturday evening. The cheapest ticket belonged to the Central Cinema in Fakenham, with its £4 price for an adult ticket putting it in the country's 20 cheapest tickets.
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The Majestic in King's Lynn came just outside the top 20, charging £4.50. Two Norwich cinemas came next, charging £4.99 at Vue and £5.75 at Odeon. Dereham's new Orion cinema came fifth in the county, charging £7 for a ticket.
In Cromer, the regal cinema charges £8 for a similar ticket, while The Palace Cinema in Gorlestion charges £9.95. The Light in Thetford charges £10.50 for tickets all weekend and the Norwich's Cinema City came out as the most expensive regular cinema in the county, charging £12.40 for a screening.
These prices do not include booking fees charged at some larger chains, and equivalent prices have been used for screens only showing other films.
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