Read our posts on:
Afternoon Tea Spa
Brig o' Balgownie
Cruden Bay Painting
Foos Yer Doos
Go Ghost Hunting in Aberdeenshire
Hot Air Ballooning over the Castles.
Make Up Lesson
Places To Stay
Places To Visit With Children
Race For Life
Scottish Tourist Attractions
Spa DaySpeed Dating
Automatically add us to Your Favourites Folder - Bookmark us.
Play our new game - Whack The Haggis!! - Now available for all formats including iOS, Android and desktop.
Cineworld Cinema Aberdeen
Cineworld Cinema by the beach in Aberdeen information, passes, tickets, childrenís parties, contact details and how to claim your free movie
Situated at the seafront, by The Aberdeen Beach Boulevard, the Cineworld Cinema Aberdeen (formerly the UGC Cinema
until 2005) has 9 screens and the most comfortable cinema seats I've ever sat in. There is a well-stocked shop
selling sweets, popcorn, drinks, hot-dogs etc.
I have published a book which tells the story of an Aberdonian military nurse who returns from Afghanistan and encounters The Grey Lady Ghost of the Cambridge Military Hospital. The novel reveals her origins and takes him to a pre-war Duthie Park, modern day Cruden Bay and back to the past to the Battle of Loos in World War One where he witnesses the Gordon Highlanders in action. This is the first in the series of Grey and Scarlet Novels by me, CG Buswell, and each book will feature a well known Aberdeen ghost and Aberdeenshire area as well as modern Scottish Infantry in action. Read the first chapter for free.
Parking At The Cineworld
Parking is free in the beach complex, with easy access to several restaurants, ten pin bowling, Codonas amusements
and a short walk takes you to the Asda, Comet and Pets at Home shops.
Discounted Cinema Tickets
Early birds who go before 12pm can get discounted tickets.
Aberdeen Cinema Kids Club And Children's Parties
Each Saturday there is a kids club and they also hold children's parties.
Regular cinemagoers should consider purchasing an unlimited card pass, which give you free and unlimited access to
the Cineworld cinema for about £11 a month.
Contact Address Telephone Number And Website Details Of Cineworld Aberdeen
Queens Links leisure Park
Tel: 0871 200 2000
If you like this page and would like to easily share it with your friends and family please use the social networking buttons below:
Free Movie Screening
Woolworths has made a welcome return to Aberdeen in the form of online retailer Woolworths.co.uk - offering over half a million fantastic products for British families to buy and enjoy together. To celebrate this launch in summer 2009 www.woolworths.co.uk has introduced a Very Important Family Club. This went live on Saturday 4 July with an exclusive, red carpet free movie screening of Ice Age 3 in 3D at the Cineworld Cinema at Aberdeen beach, which the aboutaberdeen team were lucky to attend.
Woolies has always been a local story. Aberdeen families have played a huge part in the formation of the new Woolworths.co.uk site and we wanted to say thank
you with a free movie screening of this summerís family blockbuster explained Matthew Hardcastle, head of Woolworths.co.uk.
The special Ice Age 3 free movie screening generously provided by Woolworths.co.uk took place at the Aberdeen Cineworld Cinema in Links Road on Saturday morning. Guests included Very Important Families from the Aberdeen area. Some families were also lucky enough to see their name written in Hollywood walk-of-fame style chalk art. The chalk art tribute to the local Very Important Family members was created by world famous chalk artist, Max Lowry and families were able to take these home after the free movie screening. Visitors to this first VIF programme were also given a free rucksack stuffed with toys and games from the Woolworths range to take home and enjoy. It also included a photograph in front of the Ice Age characters as a memory of this special day. Prior to the free movie screening families were entertained by a local magician who performed some amazing card tricks and astounding close up magic with magical elastic bands.
In the run up its launch on the World Wide Web, Woolworths.co.uk talked to nearly a million families to find out the things that they loved about Woolies and what they wanted the business to bring back. With their input, the new site has launched with four of Woolies best-loved product categories - Toys, Kidswear, Entertainment and Party. The aim is to provide a fun, family web experience which keeps on getting better and better.
Now Woolworths.co.uk has launched, it wants to say thank you to its Very Important Families for their hugely important input. The free "Very Important Families" programme enables families to feed their ideas into Woolworths.co.uk so the brand can improve the shopping experience for its customers. The "Very Important Family" programme offers families across the UK great perks including free Saturday morning movie tickets to Woolworths Movies for Juniors screenings, the chance to win tickets to exclusive screenings of family blockbuster movies, occasional deliveries of surprise Pick ní Mix and also it means they are the first to know about news and special offers from www.woolworths.co.uk The Cineworld cinema in Aberdeen is
one of the 66 sites participating in this great free movie screening offer.
Families can register as a VIF now at www.woolworths.co.uk/vif. Woolworths Movies for Juniors goes live on Thursday 9th July and from this date VIFís can request their free Saturday morning movie tickets for films showing from 11th July at selected Cineworld cinemas across the UK. For more information please see www.woolworths.co.uk or www.cineworld.co.uk
It can take up to 10 days after registering as a VIF on www.Woolworths.co.uk to be eligible to apply for free cinema tickets. If an application for cinema tickets is successful they will an email voucher that entitles up to 4 people free entry to that Woolworths Movies for Juniors screening at participating Cineworld cinemas. The free movie screening voucher does not automatically ensure entry to the film. Photo ID will need to be provided at the cinema box office and vouchers are allocated on a first come first served basis.
3D Cinema Aberdeen
In October 2007 Cineworld became the first 3D cinema in Aberdeen. Cineworld uses a special projector called the Real D system which is fitted with triple dimension sights whilst the audience wear special 3D spectacles with filters to see the 3D effects.
This new digital technology is then projected onto the liquid crystal screen so that audiences can see special effects leap out in front of their eyes.
The first 3D film to be shown in Aberdeen Cineworld will be Beowulf in November which stars Anthony Hopkins, Ray Winstone and Angelina Jolie about a warrior called Beowulf who must fight and defeat a monster called Grendel.
Later films in 3D at Cineworld Aberdeen include Avatar by director James Cameron. Avatar will be released in 2009 and stars Sigourney Weaver and is about a band of humans that battle against a distant planet's indigenous population. Steven Spielberg will be working with Peter Jackson on a trilogy of Tintin 3D films.
Other film directors are hoping to reformat their older films so that they can be screened in a 3D cinema. For example George Lucas wants to do 3D work on the first Star Wars film starring Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Peter Cushing whilst Peter Jackson hopes to reissue King Kong as a 3D film.
Visit www.cinemaworld.co.uk to book cinema tickets at Cineworld Cinemas, Aberdeen and to see what's on and timings. Please note the Aberdeen cinema
is not yet on the Cineworld Cinemas website but the information you need is in the ugccinemas
More Aberdeenshire Cinemas.
Read about the Aberdeen Beach Boulevard.