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Little Theatre Cinema

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AndrewWoodBangkok wrote a review Feb 2020
Hatfield, United Kingdom186 contributions74 helpful votes
What an enjoyable personal cinema. Not the faceless hi tech unfriendly place you may encounter at the larger cinema groups. Service was personal and friendly. The actual theatre we used was very pleasant. Small but tastefully decorated and very comfortable.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Zubeir wrote a review Dec 2019
Leeds, United Kingdom20 contributions7 helpful votes
My son and I were in Bath over a weekend and were looking for things to do in the evening. The local Odeon was full of rubbish blockbusters and big name films which didn't appeal to either of us. I found Little Theatre and during the day made a visit to see what it was like. It's an attractive cinema, though quite small as the name gives away. There's a small shop on the entrance area which sells popcorn and other snacks. We watched an early evening showing of Knives Out (highly recommended!) and had allocated seating as it was very busy. Even though we were in the back row it was comfortable, we could see the screen clearly and it was loud enough to make the dialogue out. Everyone was very chatty during the adverts and trailers but soon quietened down when the film started. Friendly staff and customers alike - I love places like these and if they hadn't been showing the film we wouldn't have had anything else to do so was well worth the visit - highly recommended!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Forwhatitsworth wrote a review Dec 2019
Aldringham, United Kingdom56 contributions10 helpful votes
We decided to see Knives Out during our short stay in Bath. We just turned up and bought our tickets for the 17:45 showing. There are no seat reservations but we had plenty of empty seats to choose from. This is a small (as the name says) but very comfortable cinema, and the staff are very friendly. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Breffni440 wrote a review Nov 2019
Bath, United Kingdom15 contributions5 helpful votes
My wife and I fell in love with the Little Theatre as a wedding venue when we first went to see it. We wanted an unconventionally beautiful wedding venue and this ticks all of the boxes. The building itself has 1920's charm and the staff have all of the additions to make it look really special on the day. The staff were also so accommodating in the lead up to the big day and could not have been better on the big day itself. They made the day so special and we can't thank them enough.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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jils2 wrote a review Sep 2019
London, United Kingdom81 contributions24 helpful votes
While on holiday in Bath we saw that they were showing a classic black and white film - it was so nice to take a few hours out in this cosy cinema. Our screen was up several flights of stairs, which seemed tricky for a number of visitors so beware if you have accessibility concerns.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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