Opened in January 2000, City Screen was a major conversion of the landmark Yorkshire Herald press building situated on the riverside within York's city walls. The strong character of the original facade was retained and the riverside aspect enhanced with a public walkway.
Adjoining the building is the cinema café-bar, a contemporary area finished with zinc, timber and polished concrete. This architectural pairing of the old and the new celebrates the history and tradition of the Herald press while bringing twenty-first-century design to the riverside space.
Retired Member £9.20
Student Member £9.20
Retired Member £7.40
Student Member £7.40
Retired Member £5.70
Student Member £5.70
We add a 70p booking fee per ticket (excluding tickets for Picturehouse Members) to bookings made online or over the phone. This fee doesn't apply to tickets you buy in person at the cinema.
3D films cost £1.30 extra per person, not including 3D glasses (you can buy these at the cinema for an extra 70p, or bring your own).
*Family tickets are for four people, at least two of whom must be under 15. Not applicable to premium-priced screenings.
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We are accessible by bus. Plan your journey at firstgroup.com.
York Railway Station, once the largest in the world, is just a ten-minute walk over the River Ouse in the direction of York Minster.
York is a bike-friendly city. We have bike racks outside the City Screen. To help plan your route go to itravelyork.info.
We are located on York’s premier shopping street - Coney Street which is pedestrianised during the day. City Screen is behind the church of St. Martin le Grand notable for the landmark of its huge clock which hangs over Coney Street.
There is limited parking in the area. For more information, visit york.gov.uk