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The first time I ever saw legitimate theater in s movie house. We saw a very cutting edge production of Noel Coward’s Brief Encounter. With live music, multimedia and farcical elements all wrapped around 1930’s style drama, it was interesting to say the least.
Went to see Kinsman today with my husband and two children, bought tickets but was refused entry as my son was not quite 15. Although I understand this and our money was refunded, it was the attitude of one of the assistants that was disappointing....More
I really enjoyed this cinema.
Is really cheap than the other around London and is quite big.
Our movie was on screen 9 and was a really huge screen.
Comfortable seat, great view and clear sound.
For me was a little bit cold inside because...More
This cinema is located in a convenient location. Lots of bus routes nearby and the underground is walking distance. There is also a car park that is affordable too. At the entrance of the cinema there is a self service facility in order to book...More
After trying to use the machine to buy tickets, which saves time, but having trouble with my Empire Gift Card, we went to the concessions and tickets stand. The queue was almost non-existant, as it was lunchtime, and the staff member was incredibly helpful.
Watched the new Star Wars movie last night at the iMax 3D it was excellent, the seats were very comfy, normally with 3D I feel a bit queasy & get a head ache but with this viewing there was non of that, it was an...More