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I often go to the cinema on my own and here it always feels friendly and welcoming. Staff are always friendly and helpful. Would definitely recommend it. Also very reasonably priced compared to some of the chain cinemas. A must visit!!! Oh and the food...More
I visited the cinema on Saturday to see Vice and was pleased as all of the other mainstream cinemas were no longer showing it at good times. This was my first visit to the cinema. All staff we interacted with were friendly. I was also...More
The screen was rather small, the backside of the chairs quite high and the slope of the floor was not steep which meant that even with a relatively small person sitting in front of me, part of my view of the screen was blocked. Considering...More
Great place to spend an afternoon or evening, if you want to see the latest film or not! The venue shows the latest productions plus a range of excellent featured films from different countries (with subtitles). Also available is your own private and comfortable film...More
An evening trip to the cinema can cost an arm and a leg for a family but that’s not the case at the Broadway. The tickets are excellent value with great rates for under 25’s.
Combine a meal and drinks with a film and you’re...More
We came to watch a star is born in screen 6 of the cinema. It’s a nice cinema - very good as it’s £4.50 for under 25 so definitely worth it. It’s very basic but you can take food and drinks such as Prosecco in...More
I'm not a big cinema-goer, but I made a last-minute decision to go and see the Q&A and screening of Thunderbirds during the Puppet Festival.
It is a quick walk from the tram, and easy to find. I didn't go in the cafe, but it...More