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Kingswest, West St, Brighton BN1 2RE, UK – 0333 014 4501
Love the Odeon in Brighton, the staff are super friendly and always greet us when we enter. Cinema screens are clean and well maintained, easy access to the seafront and only 20 minutes from Brighton station. Easy access to self service and ticket collection. My limitless card has great benefits and easy to book and collect new tickets. Even when I have forgotten my card the staff helped me out and managed to print my ticket after I confirmed my identity. Beverly at the Popcorn kiosk is super friendly and always helpful. Thank you for the great service.
Building really showing its age and the exterior is very scruffy. The film selection is very safe and mainstream. Anything artsy or gritty is banished to the smallest screen or shown at odd times. Everything seems to be centered around the concessions area. Always quicker to buy your ticket from the machines. However, the young staff are friendly and Screen 5 is a good place to see the big blockbusters.
44-47 Gardner St, Brighton BN1 1UN, UK – 0871 902 5728
Love this place. Great films and seems to avoid the annoying teenagers that get in main stream cinemas. Membership is great value for money.
Really like it here, they have good cakes, good coffee and you can have a beer whilst watching a film if you want. It's always clean and the staff are lovely. I got a membership and it's definitely worth it.
Preston Circus, Brighton BN1 4NA, UK – 0871 902 5728
My favourite cinema. Big comfy balcony sofas are the best. World cinema, cutting edge arty films to mainstream blockbusters. Caters for everyone from toddler/under one sessions to cheap silver screen days. Even book it for your very own private party. Dress up as screen characters if you like and enjoy occasional surprise treats on some premiers with actors in the crowd performing fave scenes. Love it 💖
So many years! So many brilliant films! So many good friends to meet there.
11 Dyke Rd, Brighton BN1 3FE, UK – 01273 725230
Have been there twice during the Fringe. Great plays. The auditorium gets a bit hot and there's no air conditioning. There's also a bar. All good.
Poor ventilation and not a great drinks range. Comfortable and friendly enough, just needs a few small changes. Oh, and 100 urinal cakes in the gents makes it absolutely stink!
New Rd, Brighton BN1 1SD, UK
This is a great little theatre. Almost untouched by time. It's in a great location (very central) with plenty of eateries nearby for before or after a show. The staff are very friendly & helpful. Seats in the theatre are quite comfy & the acoustics are great so everyone can hear clearly. I would definitely recommend seeing something here - especially the rocky horror picture show!
Just got back from the theatre royal Brighton fantastic show summer holiday. My friend booked the ambassador lounge for before the show. We was welcomed at the door by paige who was brilliant she really looked after us. Well done to the cast and to paige. It was a wonderful experience .and thank you to my fantastic friend for a wonderful night
58-67 Grand Parade, Brighton BN2 0JY, UK – 01273 643010
A great gig by the Jam Tarts choir, but not enough bar staff to cater for interval drinks.
Very good theatre. Attended some events there. Staff are very well organised.
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