The Old Sunday School

The home of Macclesfield’s much-loved neighbourhood cinema, Cinemac, showing the latest films and live satellite screenings using state of the art digital projection equipment, with a bar open 30 minutes before selected performances, serving tea, coffee, prosecco, wine, beer and spirits.

Keep up to date with Cinemac’s exciting programme of daily screenings at cinemac.org.uk, while independent film-lovers should check out SilkScreen’s programme of selected world cinema, featuring high quality, original works rarely featured in other venues, at silkscreen.org.uk.

Our remarkable auditorium is also the regular venue for the Northern Chamber Orchestra, which presents a successful, annual series of eight concerts attracting top-flight soloists. Don’t miss its outstanding programme for 2018-2019 at ncorch.co.uk

Rooms in this iconic building are available for hire . Whether it’s for corporate events, conferences or meetings, we can accommodate your needs. Click here for our current Room Hire Rates or contact [email protected]

Our very popular Victorian School learning offer is also based here, offering Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 classes the chance to immerse themselves in the past. Read more on our schools information page. Or call 01625 613210 email [email protected]

 

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Roe Street, Macclesfield SK11 6UT

Contact

01625 613210

[email protected]

Visiting times

Tea Kitchen Cafe Monday-Saturday, 10am-4pm
Closed on Bank Holidays


Directions and Parking

Directions and Parking

The Old Sunday School is located off the main road into Macclesfield, Churchill Way.  There is no on-site parking, but lots of public parking is available behind the building on Exchange Street, parallel to it on Duke Street or across the road on Churchill Way.

The Tea Kitchen

The Tea Kitchen

The Tea Kitchen at The Old Sunday School serves a selection of hot and cold food and refreshments.

The walls are decorated with work by local artists; displays change frequently so there’s always something new to see.

For more information click here to visit The Tea Kitchen