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Cineworld

Quadrant Road
City Centre
Stoke-on-Trent
ST1 1PS

Tel: 0330 333 4444

Cineworld in intu Potteries, Stoke-on-Trent

Map & Directions

Road Directions

From the M6 J15 the cinema can be reached by following the A500 then either the A52 and A50 or the A53( both signposted). This journey takes around 10 minutes. The A50 which comes off the M1 also leads to the city centre from the south and the A53 brings you in from Leek and the North-East.  Parking Parking is available at intu Potteries car park. Normal car parking charges apply which are £1.20 per hour, maximum charge of £10. It is £1 from 4pm until midnight Monday to Sunday and £1.50 all day Sunday. Other car parks locally vary but are within walking distance.  

Public Transport Directions

By train Stoke-on-Trent train railway station is a 7 minute car journey or 2 mile walk from the Intu Potteries centre. There is also a 10 minute bus direct to the city centre. By bus There are bus stops right outside the Intu Potteries centre on Quadrant Road, Stafford Street, Albion Street, Old Hall Street and Town Road which come from all areas of Stoke-on-Trent. 

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