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Ambassadors Cinemas Fun Facts

By Sara Hijazi

The Ambassadors Cinemas, Woking are ATG’s only cinemas across the group. Having been here for 22 years, what do you really know about the only cinemas owned by the worlds largest theatre company?

A Brief History 

1992 - Officially opened by John Malkovich

1997 - Upgraded from a 3 screen cinema to a 6 screen state of the art complex

2009 - Ambassadors Cinemas wins UK Independent Cinema of the Year Award

2011 - Projection team accredited as the top department in the country

2012 - Digital film took over the 35mm film reel

Out with the old, in with the new

After screening an impressive 2632 35mm films, digital took over, taking our projection units

from this to this

Notable moments in Ambassadors Cinemas history

First 35mm film

Final 35mm film

First digital film

First 3D film

Longest running film

- 7 months!

Hook (1992)

The Sweeny (2012)

Up in the Air (2009)

Avatar (2009)

Alvin & the Chipmunks:
The Sqeakquel (2009)

Features of Ambassadors Cinemas today

Ambassadors Cinemas shows the latest blockbusters in 2D and 3D.


There is an extensive Event Cinema programme of live and recorded theatre, opera, ballet, concerts and comedians.


Film favourites for all the family for only £2 every Saturday morning.


Enjoy the latest blockbuster while looking after your little ones. The volume is lower and the lights are higher so you can keep an eye on them while watching the film.


With subtitled and additional needs screenings, audio description and audio enhancements facilities, the cinema is accessible for all.