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Glass House Ln, Bristol BS1 3BX, UK – 0871 220 1000
The cinema itself is very nice and the seats probably more comfortable than any other cinema i have been too. It isn't cheap but i guess it is what you would expect in central Bristol. The only annoying thing is parking. We came to Cabot Circus to simply watch one movie and then go home. It was a Wednesday morning. Parking cost £4.30. Yes, that's right £4.30 just to park whilst watching one movie - off peak time too.
The entrance to the cinema is very nice it has a bar you can sit and have a drink In or get a pint for your film. The price is good and you can park for £2 after 5pm which is a nice. I was in screen 7 the seats where not the best and the arm rest do not move, maybe the other screens are nicer don't know. A major problem was the fact they have bright orange floor lighting so when watching a horror film trying to get Into it and the whole floor is orange very off putting.
Union St, Avon, Bristol BS1 2DS, UK – 0333 014 4501
Before I share the cons, I must say the staff seem friendly and it's only £5 which is nice and cheap. The downside: We watched hereditary, which granted has many super quiet scenes, and every now and then we could hear distant roaring of dinosaurs and at one point the Jurassic park theme tune from screen next door. The picture and audio also seem to be slightly below what seems to be the standard of other cinemas I've been to.
Very cheap place to watch a film which is a big plus and comfy seats. There should be a tiny bit less ads but it is a very good place indeed.
44 Whiteladies Rd, Bristol BS8 2NH, UK – 0871 906 9060
Hands down, best cinema experience to date. Fantastic customer service with drinks / snacks being served at your seats. Seating is fantastic and decor is great too.
Great cinema. They didn't check my ticket though! It's very much the Whiteladies Road cinema that I remember from my youth, just with some important upgrades to the picture, sound and seating. Bloody expensive, so I won't go often, but as a treat, I'd say it's the best cinema experience in Bristol.
The Tobacco Factory, Raleigh Rd, Bristol BS3 1TF, UK – 0117 902 0344
It's a small intimate theatre. Very good bar and cafe downstairs. The plays that it puts on are generally very good although as you would expect they vary. Can get a bit hot inside at times and there are some pillars but nothing that should interfere with watching the performance.
This is a really good venue. From Shakespeare to children's puppet shows, opera to stand up, there is something for everyone. The main space is fantastic and flexible and the bar area well stocked and caters for all tastes. Restaurants and bars are all close by. Parking can be an issue in daytime, but evenings Aldi car park is next door and can be used without worry
St Augustine's Parade, Bristol BS1 4UZ, UK – 0844 871 3012
My wife and I have been to the Bristol Hippodrome on many occasions over the years and we have enjoyed the many shows we have watched in fact there has not been a show that we have not enjoyed. I hot to say that the staff at the Hippodrome are first class. I must state that the dìsabled assistance (as I am disabled, needing a wheel chair) was very helpful during our last visit. Overall a very good historic venue. You would be mad not to go for a show.
Lovely venue. Great seats. Fairly close to facilities in the city centre. Only reason for 4 stars is that when coming out at night with kids the locals can sometimes be a bit...well let's just say it reminds you you're in a big city!
25 West St, Bristol BS2 0DF, UK – 0117 902 0344
A great little theatre. Intimate feel because audience is close to the stage. Seen excellent shows created and performed by local artists. Also, went to a Rozi Plain concert at the theatre; her performance and the whole evening was very enjoyable.
A great space with a good selection of alcohol. I'd not hesitate to visit again