Your Local Cinema

Flora Cinema in Helston
17 Wendron Street, Helston, Cornwall, TR13 8PT

Cinema Prices

Adult
15 years & over
£ 8.00
Adult with a Movie Magic Card
15 years & over
£ 5.50
Senior Adult
60 years & over
£ 7.00
Senior Adult with a Movie Magic Card
60 years & over
£ 5.00
Child
14 years & under
£ 6.00
Child with a Movie Magic Card
14 years & under
£ 4.00
Mini Merlins
£ 2.50

Event Cinema Pricing

Prices vary for each individual event showing, please see individual screenings.

Meerkat Movies

The Meerkat Movies 2 for 1 film deal is accepted at all Merlin Cinemas.

Terms of Admission - click here 

Cinema Information


Open The cinema opens roughly 20 minutes before the first film
2 Screens
Soft and alcoholic drinks | Snacks | Hot Drinks | Ice Creams

Parking

50 yards from the main central crossroads in Helston, at the junction of Coinagehall and Meneage Street. There are Pay & Display car parks off Trengrouse Way and opposite the cinema. There is also some free parking in Godolphin Road, a short walk from the cinema. Beware though, overstaying your paid time in the Wendron Street car park will incur a penalty.

Disabled Facilities

The Flora Cinema is on the second floor of a converted building.

Disability Access - The cinema is located up 3 flights of stairs. For specific information about accessability and information abou the building and seating, please contact the box office. Unfortunatly there is no wheelchair access.

Disabled Toilets - Disabled toilets are not available. The main toilets are not accessible to wheelchairs from the Screens or Foyer.

Infrared Hearing Aid/Induction Loop - The infrared hearing aid/induction loop is not available in any auditoriums at present.

Infrared Audio Description - Infrared audio description is not available in any auditoriums at present.

Merlin Cinemas participate with the CEA card which is a national concessionary card developed by the UKCA for UK cinemas. This allows people with disabilities to obtain one free ticket for a person accompanying them to the cinema. The aim of the CEA Card is to provide a consistent voluntary approach to the provision of complimentary tickets for people with disabilities. To find out more at the CEA Card website click hereCEA Cards are accepted for films on general release and event cinema, some restrictions may apply on private screenings.