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The Regent Antiques, Auctions & Cinema

The Regent Antiques, Auctions & Cinema

Welcome to The Regent Antiques, Auctions & Cinema

The Regent Antiques, Auctions & Cinema 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

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 – with the original cinema space restored and films being 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)

Hire the CINEMA 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 the cinema for your special 2022 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 don’t forget to mention you saw it on Visit Fylde Coast!

The Regent Antiques

The big white building with the shiny dome stands at the top of Church Street in Blackpool. 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.

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. All the walls are covered in artwork and photo prints – 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 Auctions

Monthly general sale auctions began at The Regent in 2019. They’re held in the cinema alongside the online auction site Easylive.

Got something to sell? From the collection of a single item to a full house clearance, 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. Goods to be collected by close the following Saturday and payouts made within 7 days of the Auction.

There’s also a monthly timed auction too. Take a look

The Regent Cinema

The doors of the Regent Cinema 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

What’s on – Friday Nights on the Silver Screen

Friday nights, films showing at 7.30pm. The Regent Cinema is now 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.


Die Hard – 25th November at 7.30pm
Die Hard at The Regent Cinema

1989. Hoping to spend Christmas with his estranged wife, detective John McClane arrives in LA. However, he learns about a hostage situation in an office building and his wife is one of the hostages. 15 rating


Three Day Millionaire – 26th November at 7.30pm
Three Day Millionaire at The Regent

2022. You’ve seen Ocean’s 11, now get ready for Grimsby’s 4. After weeks at sea working for Grimsby’s last remaining trawler, three friends return home to have the ultimate three-day-long celebration. However, when they discover the company owner hasn’t been paying the workers and plans to shut the company’s doors forever, they realize they must save their company, save their friends, and most importantly, save their way of life. With the help of an unexpected confidant, the three lads attempt to carry out the greatest heist Grimsby has ever seen – what could possibly go wrong? 15 rating


Miracle on 34th Street – 2nd December at 7.30pm

1994. Susan, a child, and her mother, along with the help of a lawyer, must defend a man, Kris Kringle, from being institutionalised. In order to do so, they must prove that he is the real Santa Claus. U rating


The Polar Express – 9th December at 7.30pm

2004. A young boy boards a train and embarks on an extraordinary journey to the North Pole to meet Santa Claus. His life takes a turn after he encounters special people that make his journey memorable. U rating


It’s a Wonderful Life – 16th December at 7.30pm

1946. When a frustrated businessman, George Bailey, becomes suicidal, an angel from heaven, Clarence, is sent to him. To his change of heart, she shows him what life would have been without his existence. U rating


Elf – 23rd December at 7.30pm

2003. Buddy, a human, is raised amongst elves at the North Pole. When he discovers that he is not an elf, he travels to New York to search for his biological father. U rating


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