THE GRAND WARRINGTON
The Grand, sited close to Bridge Foot, was Warrington’s first cinema and attracted a loyal following of film fans.
Opened in 1913 as The Grand Electric Theatre, it was re-named New Grand Cinema from 13th November 1922. Taken over by the Associated British Cinemas(ABC) chain in December 1930, Western Electric sound equipment was installed and it was re-named New Grand Super Cinema.
ABC sold the cinema to a group of local businessmen in 1940, and as the Grand Cinema, it was closed by them in March 1952 when the final film was “Fury of the Congo”. It was demolished to widen the road and the bridge.
The name was meant to be.
The Grand offers guests world-class cocktails, Fine wines and Craft Beers.
We take a small number of reservations every day but we are mainly a walk-in venue
Thursday 5pm - Midnight
Friday 2pm - 2am
Saturday 2pm - 2am
Sunday 2pm - Midnight
Dress Code & Door Policy
Please respect all.
No sportswear or Sports shoes.
No gym wear or hoodies
Cocktail Club Every Friday & Sunday
Bartenders Cocktails £5
Jazz Last Sunday of the Month
Quartets & other performances from 3pm
Followed by our resident Live singer at 7pm
Live Music& Acts
Every Friday & Saturday from 8pm
We offer a diverse set of live performances and events to accommodate every entertainment preference. Check out our Summer Drinks offers. We’d love for you to join us, and guarantee you will have the best time.