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Storyhouse is Chester's brand new theatre, cinema, library, restaurant and bar. A renovation of an Art Deco 1930s Odeon, the building houses two theatres, with a home-produced summer season and an autumn touring season encompassing comedy, drama...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Storyhouse Hunter Street, Chester CH1 2AR, England
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Good service, good vibe, unique location and delicious food. Will definitely be going back.
As a non meat eater there were plenty of plates to choose from. I think we had 8 between us veggies and we could have had more.
The meat eaters were...More
This is the type of venue which doesn’t need a review. I have visited here and used most of the facilities. I have no issues with any of them. The Theater production is some of the best I’ve seen. I ask, why go to the...More
An extended family visit, expecting a STORYTIME with Santa - but, it was just ramblings that neither children nor adults could engage with! For a library, we would certainly expect better than this. That having been said, the Santa was authentic as were his two...More
I have now visited here about3 or 4 times recently it is my favourite place in Chester. It caters for every one. Theater, cinema , library or simply eating, drinking , people watching . Sipping prosecco good quality whilst relaxing. Highly recommend staff are very...More
We've visited several times, and always enjoyed our time there.
We love the food, there are some really unusual items on the menu. Portions are small, more suited to our requirements than many restaurants. And the flavour is excellent. Service is always friendly. It's become...More
Four of us attended the evening with Pam Ayres and everything was great. The seats were comfortable and the view and sound good (we were in row P). The staff were welcoming and attentive. It is a very busy place that combines theatre, cinema, library...More
Went to the ‘Wolf Hall’ production on Sunday afternoon.
Brilliant. The original musicians played the soundtrack from the BBC production interspersed by excerpts from the novel read by Anton Lesser.
Lots more to enjoy. Look up Chester Literary Festival and go and enjoy something.
First time after mega refit,I must say how impressed I was at what has been done,and good to see it kept in the some areas the Art Deco theme
Went to the theatre to see Dave spikey,excellent seats,excellent view,half time drinks in the bar area...More
Response from T3441ZNpamelas | Reviewed this property |
Hi, we were in H row, which was just perfect.2 ladies did move from the front row, during the interval,as they said, it was too close & they craned their neck to see properly, luckily for them, there was some empty seats in... More
Hi, we were in H row, which was just perfect.2 ladies did move from the front row, during the interval,as they said, it was too close & they craned their neck to see properly, luckily for them, there was some empty seats in F row.
Response from UKDiver2007 | Reviewed this property |
The theatre is new, built as part of the update a few years ago. I’ve been a couple times, and I am reasonably sure that it is to modern standards, and with a reasonable legroom. I don’t have long legs though so legroom is... More
The theatre is new, built as part of the update a few years ago. I’ve been a couple times, and I am reasonably sure that it is to modern standards, and with a reasonable legroom. I don’t have long legs though so legroom is seldom an issue for me. I’ve not been to the cinema, so cannot report on there.