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I love traditional old school theatres like this. Really friendly staff, very fair prices, popcorn spilled on the stairs (standard) and snacks and drinks for two for less than a fiver! Really old school!! Well worth supporting. We don’t want these lovely independent cinemas to...More
Lovely little traditional cinema. Reasonably priced for tickets and snacks. A child’s popcorn is £1.50 which is good value compared to the bigger cinemas. We enjoyed a trip out on a rainy day as a family. Would recommend
I have now been to this establishment twice in the last 18 months or so & each time have been very impressed. The premises have obviously been some form of chapel or civic hall & have been tastefully re built as a cinema/concert hall. It...More
In a world of muliplex cinemas this is a real throw back to the old school movie experience. I was a little wary of the screen and sound system but its up there with the high end movie theatre's (if you sit centrally). Really impressed...More
Hubby and I went inside this old Town Hall on a rainy Tuesday to see a photographic exhibition by the local Dwyfor camera club which show-cased pictures taken by talented members over the past year. Various subjects were covered and all were exceptional images. There...More
We love going to this lovely small little cinema which is still caught up in the 60's - excellent booking service, prices are superb, pop-corn and ice-creams all you need, clean and old fashioned - brilliant. Love going there with the kids and sitting in...More