Welcome to the website of Cross Hands Cinema.
Cross Hands Cinema is a part of 'Cross Hands Public Hall', and (usually) shows blockbuster films twice a week to people in the Gwendraeth Valley and beyond.The Hall is located on Carmarthen Road, Cross Hands - that is by taking a right at Cross Hands traffic lights if coming from the roundabout or M4 or by taking a left at the lights if coming from the Llanelli direction, via Tumble. Just follow the road up by some 400 metres and the Hall is on the left. The Cinema has an ample parking area adjacent to the Hall. Films are shown on Monday and Tuesday evenings only, starting at 7pm.
The Cinema cannot compete with the larger companies like RANK or the ODEON, but rather offers a service to the communities of Carmarthenshire by charging a very nominal charge (compared to the larger CINEMA's) so that ALL in Carmarthenshire can afford to come to watch a film. Although entry costs are still relatively low (as the Hall is operating at low profit), there is a need for year on year price increases to cover increasing costs - though those increases will be as close to inflation as possible.
Please feel free to browse the site, and to check up on our latest showings by selecting "What's on this Month". And if you are parents and either drop children off here to watch films or indeed come to view the films with a child or children, please see our "Conditions of Entry" section for important conditions of entry. For health and safety reasons we have to be strict on children and conditions of entry.
Thank you for visiting the site. Please check monthly for the latest news and updated showings and visit our Hall site at CROSS HANDS PUBLIC HALL
THE TRUSTEES of the Hall
Pick of the month.....
Cinema: Friday 8th, Monday 11th & Tuesday 12th February
‘QUARTET’ - CERT 12A ~ 1 HOUR, 38 MINS
Set in a home for retired opera singers, ‘Quartet’ follows Wilf (Billy Connolly), Reggie (Tom Courtenay) and Cissy (Pauline Collins) as they plan their annual fund-raising concert…and the disharmony that occurs when temperamental former opera superstar Jean Horton (Maggie Smith) suddenly takes up residence in their happy home.
AS WE'VE ADVISED, UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN WILL BE REFUSED ENTRY ON FRIDAYS!