You are in Brest and you simply want to enjoy a good film?
Here are the best multiplexes and cinemas in Brest, just to have a good time with family or friends. Discover the best cinemas in Brest below:
Located at 10 avenue George Clémenceau in the city center of Brest, the Liberté multiplex is open every day and offers a multitude of films of all genres to please the whole family.
15 comfortable, state-of-the-art rooms for watching films in Dolby Surround quality, sound of incomparable quality and a Full HD image.
The normal price for a screening is €9.50, but there are many reduced prices: coming to see a film in the morning costs only €6.50, children only pay €5 for admission, those under 18 years and students €6.50, and seniors €7. The cinema is open daily from 10:15 a.m. to midnight.
The films on display are always the latest, and the multiplex regularly offers previews, incomparable events such as concerts or conferences, but also opera-ballets or plays,…
Schoolchildren are also regularly welcomed for specific screenings during school hours, and the Liberté cinema also offers rooms for hire for companies or special events.
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The other cinemas in Brest
Cinema Les Studios
Located at 136 rue Jean Jaurès, in the Saint Marc district, the Les Studios cinema is a small arthouse cinema. Its particularity is to offer the public films in original version, screenings-debates, and foreign film festivals. Its cozy atmosphere and its attractive prices attract a good number of customers from Brest who love art house films. It is open daily from 10 a.m. to midnight.
The normal price for a session is €8, but there are many reduced prices: €6.50 for seniors, €5.50 for students and those under 18, €5.80 for applicants for employment and large families and €4 for children under 14. He also has the possibility of taking a book of 10 sessions at 50€.
The CGR Brest Celtic cinema
Located at 187 rue Jean Jaurès, in the Saint Marc district, the CGR Brest Celtic cinema is a small 8-screen multiplex which is undergoing renovation. It is open every day from 1:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. (from 10:30 a.m. on Sundays) and has 4 rooms adapted for people with reduced mobility. Its soft and comfortable armchairs attract regulars but also other passing customers.
The cinema regularly offers previews, events and spaces that can be privatized. The films showing are always the hit films released recently.
The normal rate for a session is €8, but there are many reduced rates: €5 for students, €5.10 for works councils, €6 for seniors, job seekers, large families and disabled, €5 for morning sessions, €4.50 for under 16s, €5.50 for under 26s.
The CGR cinema offers its young customers the possibility of celebrating their birthday there: for this special occasion, the CGR Celtic gives a gift pack in which there is a cinema ticket, two tokens for the games, a bag of sweets, a cake, a drink and a surprise gift!
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