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  • Palace Cinema
  • Broadway Cinema

Local Cinema

Whether you want to watch the latest blockbuster, a family friendly film or an independent masterpiece in an intimate venue, you’ll be able to during your visit to the Island.


The Isle of Man boasts two state of the art modern cinemas as well as a number of smaller venues which provide a more intimate setting.

The Palace Cinema in Douglas, which started life as the Palace Lido, is now the largest of the cinemas in the Isle of Man with two screens and a capacity of almost 400.

State of the art digital projector systems, including 3D projection, ensures visitors get an enhanced viewing experience every time, with multiple screenings during peak periods.

For variety try the Broadway Cinema which is located in the Villa Marina. This 154 seat venue is fully equipped with the latest cutting edge sound and projection equipment and screens the newest releases daily, as well as matinee performances for children at the weekends.

If you would prefer to see something less mainstream, in a more intimate venue, head for the Peel Centenary Centre in the west of the Island where you’ll find the local film club - Films in Peel.

Run by volunteers, Films in Peel screens two extensive film programmes a year. As well as mainstream movies the club also shows work by local filmmakers and many of the films that have been shot on location in the Isle of Man over the years.

Opening Times and Prices

The Palace Cinema is open daily all year. Ticket prices start at £7 for adults and £5 for children. Bookings can be made over the telephone between 3pm and 9pm or online 24 hours a day. There is ample free parking at the cinema.

Broadway Cinema is open daily all year. Ticket prices start at £7 for adults and £5 for children. All tickets for matinee performances cost £5. An induction loop is available for visitors with hearing difficulties and there are a number of wheelchair positions.

Films in Peel runs film programmes from January to May and from September to December. Tickets are £4 or £3 for concessions and are available from the Celtic Gold shop in Peel or on the door if they are not sold out.

Location and Contact

Palace Cinema, Central Promenade,?Douglas,?IM2 4NA. For more information telephone 01624 682773 or visit

Broadway Cinema, Villa Marina, Harris Promenade, Douglas, IM1 2HH. For more information telephone 600555 or visit

Films in Peel at the Peel Centenary Centre, Athol Street, Peel, IM5 1QH. For more information visit