Vue Cinema at Forthside

Cinema Cinema

Vue offer an eight screen state-of-the-art 1100 seat cinema at Forthside.  It also offers a café bar area.


Getting Here

By car - Signposted off the A91 at Springkerse. From the city centre turn off Goosecroft Road (B8052) onto Shore Road, then follow the signposts along Forthside

By train -10 min walk from Stirling Train Station (located via the rear exit of the station, then cross the temporary long stay car park and walk along Forthside). Trains to/from Alloa, Edinburgh, Dunblane, Glasgow, Perth, Dundee.

By bus - 10 min walk from Stirling Bus Station (located adjacent to train station). Access via Goosecroft Road then turn along Shore Road. Services operated by First Buses, Mackies & Fergusons. Springkerse Park and Ride service also drops off at the cinema. (Follow 'park and ride' signposts from M9 & A91). Frequent service Mon-Sat 8am to 7pm.

About Forthside

Forthside is Stirling’s waterfront development.  It has provided a multi-screen cinema, and residential developments.  The 40-acre development has regenerated the banks of the River Forth and includes a new city square, enhanced landscaping, riverbank walkway and a new public transport route.  A landmark bridge has provided pedestrian access into the heart of the development over the rail lines to the south of Stirling railway station.

Forthside Bridge Getting to Forthside from Stirling City Centre

The Landmark bridge has provided pedestrian access into the heart of Forthside. Designed by Wilkinson Erye Architects/Gifford and Partners, builders of the Gateshead Millennium Bridge.

Eating and drinking

There is a selection of restaurants and cafe bars to tempt you at Forthside. Frankie and Benny's, Nando's and Toast all offer a variety of food and drinks and are all located in the area with the spectacular walkway around the banks of the river forth where you can go for a leisurely walk.