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The Regent Antiques, Auctions & Cinema

The Regent Antiques, Auctions & Cinema

Welcome to The Regent Blackpool – Antiques Auctions & Cinema

The Regent Antiques Auctions Cinema in Blackpool is a vintage, craft and retro emporium spanning 3 floors in a restored 1920’s cinema. Come inside and take a look around…

The Regent Antiques Auctions Cinema in Blackpool

Like old things? Finding unusual treasure? Love to repurpose something from the past? You need to visit The Regent!

If you like a stroll you could take a walk Eastwards along Church Street, heading away from the sea. You’ll see The Regent in front of you. If you prefer to drive there’s a handy pay & display car park opposite the door. The address is Cookson Street FY1 3DR, but access it via Caunce Street.

Browse the wide variety of stalls and see what you’ll find… Don’t forget to stop at the vintage tearoom on the first floor. Refresh yourself with a brew and sample a cheeky cake or two! The building itself is an old 1920’s cinema. The original cinema space has been fully restored and films are shown once again.

You could enjoy a full day out at The Regent Antiques, Auctions & Cinema! FREE Entry – open 7 days a week, 10am to 4.30pm (4pm on Sundays)

The Regent Blackpool – Antiques

The big white building with the shiny dome stands at the top of Church Street, Blackpool in Lancashire. Inside is a world of antiques, vintage, craft and retro goods, spanning three floors. With more than 50 amazing stalls, there’s something here for everyone. Ideal when you’re looking for things to do – especially on rainy days!

Browse through antiques from all era’s – whatever your thing you’ll find it here. From antique ornaments to wartime memorabilia, vintage china and clothing to records and furniture. Look at the walls, all covered in artwork and photo prints, and all available to buy.

Tea and Vintage Tearoom

Tea and Vintage serves a wide range of meals, seven days a week. Breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea with homemade cakes. What are you waiting for? The tearoom is open from Tuesday to Saturday between 10am and 2pm.

The Regent Blackpool – Auctions

Monthly general sale auctions began at The Regent in 2019. Watch and take part online, through the auction site Easylive.

Take a look at the lots on the website – and if you’re local or in Blackpool you can call in to view in the days leading up to the auction. Once the hammer falls you can have your lot posted/couriered to you, anywhere in the world (p&p extra). Or you can call in and collect at no extra cost.

We went to take a look at the auction in progress and see how The Regent Auctions work –

Got something to sell? From a single item to a full house clearance – and if you’ve got a lot of goods to sell someone can come out to take a look/collect. Your goods could be auctioned on the last Thursday of each month between 11am and 3pm. Buy and sell your antiques and curios for just a 17.5% buyers or sellers premium and a minimum £2.50 sellers fee. Pay-outs are made within 7 days of the Auction.

Take a look

The Regent Cinema in Blackpool

The doors of the Regent Cinema in Blackpool originally opened in 1921, with 1092 seats inside and a retractable roof! For decades it was a popular night out until the appeal of the silver screen tarnished in the late 1960s. By 1969 it was eyes down for bingo during the week. But that all changed in 2016. After some serious refurbishment and restoration, The Regent Cinema reopened the doors once again to the cinema going public.

For example, the old seats (below) were all saved and refurbished. From drab blue to plush red. Single and double seats now available, all with a table for those drinks and snacks. Visit their website

Restoration of old seats at The Regent Cinema
Restoration of old seats at The Regent Cinema in Blackpool

National Theatre Live

In 2023, The Regent Cinema in Blackpool started broadcasting National Theatre Live. Now, the best of live British theatre comes to a cinema screen near you – look out for the logo.

Whether you prefer serious drama, romcoms or sold-out award-winning hits, this is unmissable theatre. It’s filmed live from Britain’s most exciting stages and broadcast to over 700 cinemas across the UK and many more around the globe. Plays are filmed in front of a live theatre audience, but optimised for the big screen. It’s the next best thing to being there.

The actors on stage deliver their performances as they normally would any other night. To make sure that cinema audiences have the best seat in the house, camera positions are tailored to capture each production. Technical teams make sure every element on stage such as lighting, hair and make-up look fantastic on the big screen.

What’s on – Friday Nights on the Silver Screen

Friday nights, films showing at 7.30pm. The Regent Cinema in Blackpool is an independent venue showing classic films across all ages. Revisit the glory days of a night at the pictures – when a cinema trip was a special treat. Make it a night out with a drink and a snack in the fully licensed diner. Lagers, glasses of wine and single spirits all at a very reasonable £2.50 each.

BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE

Quadrophenia – 15th March at 7.30pm

Enjoy classic films in a restored 1920's cinema. This week it's Quadrophenia - at The Regent Cinema Blackpool

Jimmy, who works in a company’s mail department, seeks solace in Mods, a gang that has a showdown with its rivals in Brighton. When things go south in his hometown, he longs to return to Brighton. 1979 15 Rating

BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE

Vanya – 29th March at 7.30pm

Enjoy classic theatre with National Theatre Live, in a restored 1920's cinema. This week it's Vanya - at The Regent Cinema Blackpool

Andrew Scott (Fleabag) brings multiple characters to life in Simon Stephens’ (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time) radical new version of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya. Hopes, dreams, and regrets are thrust into sharp focus in this one-man adaptation which explores the complexities of human emotions.

Filmed live during its sold-out run in London’s West End.

BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE

Ghostbusters – 12th April – 7.30pm

Ghostbusters at The Regent

When Peter Venkman, Raymond Stantz and Egon Spengler lose their jobs as scientists, they start an establishment called Ghostbusters to fight the evil ghosts lurking in New York City. 1984. PG rating

BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE

Motive and the Cue – 26th April – 7.30pm

Enjoy National Theatre Live with classic plays and dramas beamed onto the big screen. This week it's Motive and the Cue at The Regent Cinema

The Motive and the Cue is a play written by Jack Thorne. The production opened, directed by Sam Mendes premiered on 21 April 2023 at the National Theatre in London. PG rating

BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE

Eurovision Final – 11th May – 7.30pm

Watch it on the big screen - it's the Eurovision Final at The Regent Cinema at Church Street, Blackpool!

Come and join us and fellow Eurovision fans to watch Eurovision unfold on the big screen. There will be snacks, drink and music, what’s not to love.

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Hire this CINEMA in Blackpool for your EVENT!

Be quick and take advantage of this FANTASTIC half price OFFER!

The Regent Cinema

The Regent Cinema is offering 50% off private hire of the venue, for a limited number of bookings only. It means you can hire this cinema in Blackpool for your special event for just £150! Whether it’s a birthday, anniversary, baby shower or staff do, enjoy a film of your choice whilst taking advantage of the fully licenced diner. For more info ring 01253 290879 or email info@regentcinemablackpool.co.ukand don’t forget to mention you saw it on Visit Fylde Coast!

The Regent Ghost Hunts!

Whether you’re an experienced paranormal investigator or a beginner, A Ghost Hunt at the historic Regent Cinema in Blackpool is an absolute must! Join Haunted Rooms UK to explore. 2024 dates TBC.

Ghost Hunt - with Haunted Rooms

It’s the last surviving example of an old-style cinema in Blackpool, with many of its original historic features still on show today. Stepping foot through the old cinema doors takes you right back to the roaring twenties, and perhaps face to face, with one of the many spirits that are believed to reside here.

Disembodied footsteps, whispers, shadow figures, full-bodied apparitions, and eerie laughter have all been reported in this historic building.

Regarded as one of the most haunted locations in the North West, you’ll have exclusive access to the building, with full access to areas otherwise off-limits… Do you have what it takes to join us on a real ghost hunt experience at one of the most haunted buildings in the country?

BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE

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