We work with national film bodies such as BFI and ICO to work on broadening our film line-up with seasons designed to expand the cinematic knowledge of filmgoers as well as educate. We also run a Young Film Programmers team giving young adult film fans their chance to curate their own film screenings. We run screenings with subtitles, dementia & autism friendly performances and for targeted family older audiences to ensure that no-one in Worthing is left without access to the wonderful world of cinema.
Saturday Morning Pictures
Worthing Film Club
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Off Peak = Mon – Thu Before 5pm
Peak = Mon – Thu After 5pm & Fri – Sun All day
There are no concessions or free tickets for support workers.
Screen Arts events priced separately.
Wheelchair users MUST book in advance.
Please check times before you set out – on our website or by phone.
Admission is subject to our standard terms of admission.
Film times are published on a weekly basis: available online, in foyers and in the Worthing Herald. Alternatively you can sign-up for our weekly listings email.
All run times are feature only, there will usually be approx 15-20mins of adverts and trailers prior to feature.
No. The Connaught Cinema is part of the Worthing Theatres and Museum group and screen films at the art deco Connaught Theatre.
The Connaught is partnered with Picturehouse and plays a wide range of films each week. The schedule of films can be found on their website.
The Connaught opens at midday Tue - Fri, and approx 10.30am Sat - Mon.
The Connaught Cinema has 4K laser projectors as well as a 35mm projector and Dolby 7.1 surround sound.
Yes, they show at least two films a week with subtitles for hard of hearing as well as foreign language films.
Yes, both screens at Connaught Cinema are accessible.
The Connaught Cinema plays a curated mix of new releases alongside classic films.