This three-screen cinema is the place to see major art house flicks. The building has been home to cinema since 1914 and ... More
This three-screen cinema is the place to see major art house flicks. The building has been home to cinema since 1914 and offers a stylish and comfortable venue to delve into the world of foreign and innovative film making. It's one of the most comfortable screens in Britain, boasting some great seating and quality sound. You will also be witness to a huge range of operatic and theatrical performances all year round. The funky bar has local art on the walls and is a relaxing place to grab a light snack and drink. It is fully licensed, so you can take your tipple into the auditorium. The bar is also home to numerous events from time to time. Look out for the late night and matinee screenings of cult films. The venue can also be hired for private or business events. For ticket information call +44 871 902 5723 or check website for more details.
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