Top 5 Cinemas on Lagos Mainland

Here are the 5 major movie cinemas located on Lagos Mainland:

1. Ozone Cinemas Sabo, Yaba, Lagos

Ozone Cinemas is the first multiplex cinema on the mainland. It opened for business in November 2018 and it’s managed by Dominos Company Limited.

The cinema has about six hundred and nineteen seats with each of its theatres possessing a surround sound by Dolby.

Ozone Cinemas is mostly populated by students since its location is close to an institution. The cinema showcases appropriate movies accompanied with drinks and popcorn with an intriguing discount on its movie tickets.

Location: E-Centre, 1-11 Commercial Avenue, Sabo, Yaba.

Tickets rates

Regular ticket: 

Adults: N1,500

Children: N1,000

Students: N800

Special offers excluding public holidays

Monday and Wednesday special

Flat rate of N1,000 with free popcorn and drink.

Tuesday and Thursday special

Adults: N1,000

Children and Student: N500

Friday special promo for movies before 6pm

Adults: N1,000

Children and Student: N500

2. Silverbird Cinema, Ikeja City Mall

Silverbird Cinema opened in 2004 with the birth of the film exhibition company. It is one of the largest cinema chains in West Africa and the first to be located in two West African countries.

Silverbird Cinema is the first to have a 12 multiplex cinema in West Africa and also one of the leaders of the Nigerian Leisure and Entertainment Industry.

 Location: 174/194, Obafemi Awolowo Way, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos.

Tickets rates

Monday, Wednesday and Thursday

Adults: N1,000

Children: N500

Tuesday

Adults: N1,000(popcorn and drink inclusive)

Children: N1,000(popcorn and drink inclusive)

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Adults: N1,500

Children: N1,000

3. Genesis Deluxe Cinema, Maryland

Genesis Deluxe Cinema started in 2008 and it is the first cinema in West Africa to show a 3D movie, “Green hornet” in 2011. 

The cinema provides a movie experience that comes with cost applied drinks, popcorn and an array of desserts with appetizers. It also provides discounts for valued customers with membership cards.

Location: Maryland Mall, Ikorodu Road, Lagos.

Tickets rates and opening hours

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday

Morning:10:00am-5:00pm

Price:N1,000 (drinks inclusive)

Evening:5:00pm-12:00am

Price:N1,500 (drinks inclusive)

Wednesday

Price: N1,000 (drinks inclusive)

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Price: N2,000 (drinks inclusive)

Blockbuster movies

Price: N2,500 (drinks and popcorn inclusive)

4. The Filmhouse Cinema, Surulere

The Filmhouse Surulere was founded in December 2012 with a 3-screen cinema. It is the largest cinema chain in Nigeria in 2018 and the third largest in Africa.

The cinema now has eight screens, a peaceful environment with a heavenly ambience to its credit. It is also located in several areas in the city of Lagos.

Location: Leisure Mall, Adeniran Ogunsanya Street, Surulere, Lagos.

Tickets rates and opening hours

Monday-Friday

Morning:10:00am-2:59pm

Price: N600

Afternoon:3:00pm-4:59pm

Price:N800

Wednesday

Morning: 10:00am-2:59pm

Price: N600

Afternoon: 3:00pm-4:59pm

Price: N800

Saturday and Sunday

Price: N1,500

Late night shows

Time: 10:00pm-12:30pm

Price: N800

Public Holidays

Price: N1,500

Blockbuster movies

Price: N2,000

5. Groundzero Cinema, Ebute Metta

Ground zero cinema was established in 2014. It is the first place to show 3D movies in Nigeria and also the first and only establishment to produce 3D movies in Nigeria for Nollywood.

The cinema has a game arcade and a mini cinema where one can watch 3D, 5D and 7D movies. The beauty of this cinema is that one only needs to pay once to enjoy most of its services.

Location: 87, Cemetery Road, Off Abeokuta Street, Oyingbo, Ebute Meta East, Lagos.

Opening hours

Sunday and Monday: 12:30pm-10:00pm

Tuesday-Saturday: 1:00pm-10:00pm

Gate fee: N1,000

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