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Glass House Ln, Bristol BS1 3BX, UK – 0871 220 1000
Great cinema.Nice and big loads of room. Lovely bar in the foyer to have a drink before or after.My favourite part of this cinema is the director's hall or lounge where u can have a drink and have something to eat while watching the film in total comfort. With nice space between you and the person next to you.
Big, nice cinema in the heart to Bristol's shopping complex. One of the best seat technology I have seen in the cinemas. Big screen and great surrounding sound without being too loud. Overpriced snacks and drinks, but variety of options to chose from. Also has a bar inside which is a nice detail for waiting adults.
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.
A quaint lovely little cinema that takes the time to welcome you as an individual, and not just a number, like the multiplexes, with their cold, and vile receptionists you encounter these day's. In addition, and most importantly the price is less than half of that of nearby cinema. £5 for an adult. To top it all off roomy spacious comfy seating.
Avonmeads, St Philips Causeway, Bristol BS2 0SP, UK – 0871 220 1000
Comfy seating. Fair pricing (for a cinema). Good screens. Big choice of films and extras (popcorn and drinks etc). Staff are friendly
Pretty good. Smells weird. Good parking and quiet even for blockbusters. Food is regular rip off cinema prices but it's pretty good.
Fire station, 82-84 York Rd, Bristol BS3 4AL, UK – 0117 373 0873
Great day out for children whom are interested in science. Would recommend as something to go and do if your only in Bristol a short time.
The oldest English speaking theatre in the world, amazing building and great productions. Pretty much every seat gives you a great view.
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
Saw Thriller Live. Very nice show. Pros: - Beautiful theatre with decent seating. - Friendly and helpful staff. - Performance enjoyed by all. Cons: - Annoying gaggle of school kids talked the whole way through the performance. It was most noticeable during quiet parts of songs. Emphasis needs to be placed on respecting other patrons and security should tell people to be quiet! - Exits need to be more clearly marked. There was some confusion during leaving. It can get a bit too crowded. - I am not sure why my bag needed to be partly searched before entering 🤔 .
Went to see Awful Auntie, the show was superb. It was easy to find out seats. We had seats in the grand circle and we had a fantastic view. The staff are all very helpful and polite. The toilets were busy but very clean. Overall this was a fantastic experience. It gets very crowded after the show finishes with everyone trying to get out - so you either have to be fast.. or just wait in your seat for a bit and let the crowds die down before attempting to leave.