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Cinemas in Aberdeen

Belmont Filmhouse - What is now Belmont Filmhouse was built in 1896 as a trade's hall. The first film was shown on the premises in 1898 and featured footage of Queen Victoria at Balmoral, establishing a tradition of hosting visiting cinema shows. In 1910 it turned to permanent film as the Coliseum, and was refurbished and reopened as the New Kinema in 1921. After another refurbishment in 1935 it was renamed the Belmont Cinema. It closed in 1953, and the building was converted into a warehouse. It reopened as The Belmont Picture house in September 2000 after a major refurbishment by Aberdeen City Council with assistance from the National Lottery and Scottish Screen. In 2014, the Centre for the Moving Image was selected to take on the management and the Belmont became Belmont Filmhouse

Vue Cinema Aberdeen - Vue Aberdeen has 7 huge screens all powered by Sony 4K, ensuring you get unbeatable picture quality with every film you see! Our special Digital 3D Screen brings the latest 3D film releases to life, plus Digital Dolby 6.1 Surround Sound and special SuperVue stepped seating in every screen means that you'll never miss a moment of your favourite Hollywood blockbuster

Cineworld - Aberdeen Queens Links - Cineworld Aberdeen Queens Link is a 9 screen cinema situated on a busy leisure park, with restaurants, a large bowling alley/amusement arcade next door and a supermarket and other leading retail units nearby

Cineworld - Aberdeen Union Square - Cineworld Union Square is Aberdeen's biggest cinema, boasting 10 screens and located near great transport links and other leisure activities including 13 national restaurants.