The Kinema in the Woods is a must see in more ways than one!
On the outside there is the building which was, I believe, originally a cricket pavilion for the owners of the house that is now the Petwood Hotel.
The foyer is a treasure trove of memorabilia and photos of film stars of years gone by as well as picture postcards of old Woodhall Spa.
On the inside are two cinemas with comfortable seats, a clear view of the screen, great sound and projection.
The Kinema even has coat hooks on the walls!
Kinema Two, the second screen, is much smaller but you must look at the " trompe l'oile" on the walls. They are a delight to the eye.
For regular Kinema visitors there is a loyalty card for 50p. Get a stamp each time and get a free ticket when it's full.
The latest films and some from years gone by plus, if you're really lucky, the Tuxedo wearing organist and the Wurlitzer organ rising from the floor to play in the interval!
We live 30 minutes away but it's our favourite cinema in the area.
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