How to find us
15 Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX
By public transport
We’re less than a five-minute walk from Sheffield train station, bus stop and tram stops.
We’re on a pedestrian route which runs from the city centre, past the Winter Gardens and Millennium Galleries and down Howard Street to the Train Station, you can’t miss us!
We’re a short distance from the M1 parkway and Sheffield City Centre. For Sat nav users, simply type in S1 2BX.
Our visitors receive 50% discount for Q Park located on Charles Street, S1 2NJ. Be sure to collect an exit voucher from our Box Office or The Workstation Reception.
There is also:
- street parking on Brown Street (limited space available) with some disabled parking bays next to our venue
- NCP on Sidney Street (approx. 3 minute walk)
- Q-Park Sheffield Station (approx. 4 minute walk)
- NCP on Furnival Gate (approx. 6 minute walk)
Sheffield Council cycle hoops are situated on Paternoster Row outside of our Café Bar terrace. Further cycle hoops can be found just past The Workstation in front of Site Gallery.
Venue info & accessibility
We want to be as welcoming, inclusive and accessible as possible for all our customers, audiences, staff and visitors.
- A sloped ramp leads to the main cinema entrance which is electronically assisted. Lift access is provided to cinemas at the lower level.
- All 4 screens have level access.
- Accessible toilet facilities are available on near cinema 1 and 2 (upper level), cinema 3 and 4 (lower level) and also within the Café Bar.
- Guide dogs and hearing dogs are very welcome.
- We are family friendly.
- We also run an accessible cinema programme that includes audio description, subtitled screenings, infrared hearing loop and headsets, and autism and dementia friendly screenings.
- We are a proud members of the Sheffield Equality Hub Network and Accessible Sheffield. We accept the Access Card and CEA card.
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