Came here with my brother last year on a family holiday, and it was lovely. It's a gorgeous, classic, small town cinema, and I'm so glad it's still running so well. To those saying it needs lick of paint; you see to have been expecting an Odeon, a massive chain cinema. This is not that. It is small and friendly, warm, and deserves more visitors than it possibly gets. If not for anything else, it's a piece of social history.
Good, current films, with good screen and sound, comfy seats, and relaxing. You're all doing such a good job, keep it up.
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