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The Pier  

Why not combine your visit to the Electric Palace with a meal at The Pier at Harwich? Take a look at the restaurant and menu here.

Current Programme  
Thu 21st: 8.00pm

The Bohem Ragtime Jazz Band

Tickets 12

Fri 22nd: 7.30pm
Sat 23rd: 7.30pm


1hr 54mins
Sat 23rd: 2.30pm 
Sun 24th: 2.30pm 

How To Train Your Dragon 2

1hr 42mins
3D Saturday at 2.30 pm only (Animation)
Sun 24th: 7.30pm

Venus In Fur

1hr 34mins

No concessionary tickets for one-off performances

Fri 29th: 7.30pm
Sat 30th: 7.30pm


2hrs 46mins
Sat 30th: 2.30pm 
Sun 31st: 2.30pm 

Pudsey The Dog: The Movie

1hr 27mins
Sun 31st: 7.30pm

Jimmy's Hall

1hr 49mins

No concessionary tickets for one-off performances

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All Quiet On The Western Front
Sunday 3rd August, 2014 at 5:30pm

At 5:30 there will be an illustrated talk on the role of Harwich in WW1 by David Whittle, followed by a reception at approx 6:30

At 7:30 we will be showing the film 'All Quiet On The Western Front' (PG 2hrs 10mins).

Tickets 10 for talk, reception and film. 6 for film only, both plus membership

Cinema Information  

Ticket Prices: The admission price for films: 6
Concessionary rates: 5 for students and senior citizens; 3 for children under 15. The concessionary rates are not available for one-off film shows, Sunday Special films or jazz concerts.

3D: The Electric Palace does not charge a premium price for 3D screenings. However we do charge a 1 fee for the use of the 3D glasses. Alternatively a pair of glasses can be purchased outright for 12.

Membership: The cinema runs as a club and admission is restricted to members only. The annual Membership fee is 4, senior citizens and concessions 2, and children 1. Guest membership is 1.  Read More>>

Children: In the interests of all our customers, children under 15 years of age are not admitted to U, PG or 12A films unless accompanied by a parent or other responsible adult.

History of the Palace  

The Electric Palace in Harwich, England first opened its doors in 1911 and continues to show films on weekends throughout the year. Read More>>

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Palace Friends  

For a minimum donation of 20 why not consider joining as a Friend of the Harwich Electric Palace?

Friends help support the restoration and maintenance of the building and are entitled to Club Membership, a film voucher and other benefits. Read More>>