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All reviews up to date comfortable seats plenty of leg room current films ice cream little gem friendly staff step back in time picture quality lovely experience excellent sound a great evening great film well worth a visit old style last night old school
As it was Easter and we were in the area we decided to take my son to this famous cinema to see Peter Rabbit. As advised, we called in advance to book and I was surprised that nobody wanted my card details to secure the...More
Well, this is a great cinema. It is very small, which is lovely. The staff (volunteers) that run it must be applauded for keeping such an asset running for the village and visitors alike. They were really welcoming and friendly. Has an up to date...More
I went to this, the smalles cinema in England, to see a recently released film for the matinee performance and was able to ring and book a seat with the ticket waiting for me on arrival. If you book early (the films are advertised a...More
A wonderful personal experience. £3 for kids - less than an overpriced bag of sweets in the big chains. Volunteer run, like going back in time but don't think that detracts from the sound or screen. Intimate feel that is sadly lacking these days. Deserves...More
Watched Dunkirk last night and was in awe of this cinema. Tickets compared to most city cinemas, such as in london, were incredibly cheap at £5 and the drinks and snacks available were decently priced and not extortionate like bigger cinemas. It was everything a...More
A group of us stayed in Lynton for New Year & found this little gem of a cinema to watch Jimanji 2. What a lovely experience from the welcome we received from Bill to the curtains opening to reveal the screen and a message wishing...More