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Freemens Park, 90 Aylestone Rd, Leicester LE2 7LB, UK – 0333 014 4501
Free parking just have to register your car at the concessions stand. Staff are always welcoming, very friendly and helpful. Facilities usually clean and well presented although sometimes the rest room can be in need of Maintenance. Overall we like going to see films here and will continue to do so.
Free parking by registration of your car at the main desk. Frequently use this cinema as it's convenient to me. Staff usually very helpful and friendly. Nice place to view the latest films. Cinemas are closing their doors due to on demand streaming services,one day the experience of the cinema will be a thing of the past so support your picture house whist you still can.
7 Highcross Lane, Leicester LE1 4SD, UK – 0871 220 1000
Really nice. Location is central Leicester, new facilities, all very nice. Staff was nice as well! Not that expensive as well. Went to the directors lounge, very nice. Complementary drink and popcorn, the theatre room was impeccable. Large nice seats, the picture and sound were amazing. Very good
I usually enjoy my trips to the cinema, but last Saturday my friend and I went to see Book Club, and i was so looking forward to a cinema with grown ups in and no kids! Unfortunately I was wrong, this dad walks in with a girl no older than 8 and sat next to us!!! To a film talking about fifty shades and sex!?????? If i had gone and complained I, d have missed the film, so after constantly hearing "what does that mean"??? They left early. It totally distracted me from enjoying the film. Who let a child in???????? I was going to complain as we left, but the ticket office was so busy I couldn't wait. Can someone explain why a child was admitted to a 12A film?????
4 Midland St, Leicester LE1 1TG, UK – 0116 242 2800
The staff are friendly and they make good coffee. The sandwiches are a little expensive and can be a bit hit and miss at times. The hot food looks nice though (even though I haven't tried it) and the bar is well stocked with lots of different options.
This is a cinema with a difference. The cafe and art interests with which the venue is identified has made it a cool hang out place for people with diverse interests. The restaurant has grown by leaps and bounds. Yesterday, I tucked into a spicy Thai vegetarian dish which at £6 for a bowl full was enough to satiate my hunger. Fresh vegetables were served with wholegrain rice. In fact I liked it so much I went back today. They were out of rice but I was happy to try out couscous in place of the rice. I have not had couscous before to my mind and it was a good change from rice. I would say I am a little biased in favour of Phoenix. I have been a frequent visitor over the years. I would recommend it to anyone to try out the many things on offer.
60 Rutland St, Leicester LE1 1SB, UK – 0116 242 3560
A warm and people friendly place. Always clean and bright. You can feel it's full of life with lots of things happening in different parts of the place!
Love the Curve. Nice facilities and good views from all seats I've sat in. Just wish that tickets didn't sell out so fast but shows just how in demand the productions put on there really are! They are reasonably priced and the service is always great.
Dover St, Leicester LE1 6PW, UK – 0116 255 1302
This is a great theatre. I went to see a production of ' Wierd Sisters ' in the studio. This only seats a around 50 people, so it quite intermate. The plate it's self was at very close quarters, as I was sat on the front row but did not detract from the performance. There is a bar which sells a good range of drinks. And you can even order your interval drinks too. There is a pay car park across the road. Not sure of the charges. I would highly recommend to give a production at The Little Theatre a go, it's well worth the money.
Retro and homely feel about the place, lovely people and we always see a Christmas show every year there, lots of effort is put into helping kids gain confidence through multiple drama classes for all ages.
7 East St, City Centre, Leicester LE1 6EY, UK – 0116 255 6507
Enjoyed time here however has lost its spark now with new owners, place is clean, tidy and inviting, toilet were good size in males and didn't smell. The actual show felt rushed however had humour for both adults and children. I think with time it could improve. The seating area in bar is nice and spacious.
Nice little theatre perfect for small school type plays & intimate performances.
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