We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
I was able to change e-tickets for a later viewing of bohemian rhapsody with no problems, however i was asked to show ID however i booked an adult ticket my friend was the student and she wasn't with me at the time so i said...More
Myself, a 15 year old girl, my mother, 49 and my father, 54, were wanting to go and see 'A Star Is Born' however when we went to buy the tickets an employee refused me entry for no reason with a good enough explanation.
I bought tickets from the cashier for me, my wife and my 15.75 year old son for a 15 film and was then refused entry by the usher because my son did not have ID to prove his age.
My wife and I both vouched...More
I went here with my boyfriend to see the Jurassic World film for a casual date.
It was the peak of heat in the UK and we were unsure whether being in a cinema was the best place to go. Once inside it was nice...More
Have been 3 times in the past two weeks, the staff are friendly and the place clean. Food is quite expensive, the last time we went the popcorn was very stale but last two times was ok. Had to que for quite a while despite...More
Staff where unreasonable over my sons right to watch a 15 rated film. he's 17 years old doesn't have his driving licence or passport as not needed one. He had 6th form id which he must be over 16 to get and they refused entry...More
I've seen 15's at this cinema on multiple occasions previously without being asked for ID but today they asked. I know it's the law to check it just caught me off guard being asked when I've not ever been asked before.
The cinema itself is situated in the centre of the town, with easy access from all directions. Staff were friendly and attentive. Only negative thing is the price of the refreshments as £7.50 for popcorn and a soft drink seemed a bit overpriced.
It was a very wet bank holiday Monday, so my wife and I decided to brave the weather and go to the cinema to watch Peter Rabbit. The film itself was well worth it, it might look like a children's film, but there was plenty...More