A highly anticipated luxury cinema will open its doors in a Buckinghamshire town this week - here's everything you need to know ahead of booking your ticket. 

The Everyman Cinema in Marlow is a development that has been in the works for over a year, with excitement building amongst locals for a filmgoing experience like no other, with a liquor license, table service and an expansive events calendar.

When will I be able to watch a film at Everyman Marlow? 

The venue, on Market Square in the former Steamer Trading Company building, will officially open for business this Friday, September 29, and looks set to hit the ground running with a roster packed full of upcoming and new releases, alongside a few old favourites.

It will open at 10am, or half an hour before the beginning of the first film of the day, and comprise two screens,  both offering Dolby Digital 7.1 sound, NEC laser projection and satellite and live show capabilities, seating 89 and 72 people respectively,

Which films will be shown?

The first film to be officially screened at Everyman Marlow will be Greta Gerwig’s blockbuster ‘Barbie’ movie, showing at 4pm on Friday, September 29, with ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3’ following in its footsteps and showing at 5:15pm on the same day.

Drama comedy ‘Dumb Money’ will also play at 7:30pm on Friday and ‘A Haunting in Venice’, Kenneth Branagh’s latest outing as Agatha Christie’s famous sleuth Hercule Poirot, will be screened at 8:45pm. 

Celine Song’s romantic directing debut ‘Past Lives’ will be screened on Saturday night, with other films in the cinema’s immediate line-up including ‘The Nun II’, ‘Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One’ and ‘Elemental’ – as well as a seasonal throwback to William Friedkin’s ‘The Exorcist’, showing on October 1 to kickstart Halloween celebrations.

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What food and drink will I be able to buy?

The new Everyman will offer cinemagoers a full food and drink menu from its Spielburger kitchen, with visitors able to order dishes, drinks and snacks in the venue's foyer and have them brought to their seats.

The Spielburger menu - a selection of sharing plates, pizzas, burgers, desserts and snacks, all priced between £3.25 and £14.30 - will also be available via Deliveroo alongside a cocktail menu and a range of hot drinks including tea and coffee for those catching a film early on in the day. 

What kind of events will be held at the cinema?

Everyman Marlow will hold a 'Late Nights' season upon opening its doors this week, with late-night screenings of old favourites from 'Bridesmaids' to 'Friday the 13th' on dates that are still yet to be announced. 

Big-screen music events are also in the pipeline, including a screening of 'An Evening with Jonas Kaufmann', the internationally recognised opera singer. 

Will there be a dedicated parking area?

There is no dedicated car park for the cinema, but the Higginson Park, Dean Street and Institute Road car parks are all within walking distance of Market Square and on-street parking is free for two hours in The Causeway. 

Will Everyman Marlow have disabled access?

The new cinema will cater for disabled cinemagoers, with an accessible front entrance, a lift to the first floor and a disabled toilet.