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Kingswest, West St, Brighton BN1 2RE, UK – 0333 014 4501
I ordered tickets online. Easy to use machines to pick up tickets. Good range of snacks and drinks available. Expensive though! Nice friendly staff. Only downside, you have to use Churchill Square car park. Which is expensive. They advertise on the website that they give you 3 hours free parking. However, this is only valid after 5.30 p.m.
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.
Eastern Concours, Brighton BN2 5UF, UK – 0330 333 4444
Needs to be refurbished inside. Toilets aren't very clean and usually quite a few out of service however there is ample amounts of them. Staff all very nice and helpful. The ticket machines are regularly not all in use as they appear to have at least one or two out of order. Needs jazzing up! Seats are uncomfortable and lack of leg room.
We have been several times and always found the seats to be comfortable, climate is spot on and it's always been clean and tidy. Never had any issues with viewing either.
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 💖
It's great to come here and be able to see interesting films. I've always loved Ingmar Bergman and seeing the Seventh Seal here was a delight.
New Rd, Brighton BN1 1SD, UK
Went to see Count Arthur Strong... was a great show.... The theater looks like it needs a bit of a tidy up and a lick of paint. .. there was no assistance for the stairs I think they should look into a stanna lift or something.
Son of a preacher man. Theatre facilities very good as usual. Show itself not so good. Expected a celebration of Dusty Springfield music. Instead felt it was a social history lesson in the changing status of relationships.
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.
What a find! Tiny quirky upstairs theatre, lots of atmosphere and intimate. Quiet bar on ground floor which is a good retreat from the bustle of central Brighton.
4 Prince's St, Brighton BN2 1RD, UK – 01273 570028
I went here in connection with the Brighton Fringe and saw two shows. The venue itself is eclectic and friendly, decent selection of beer and lots of vegan options if you are into that. Not huge though and a bit cramped. Never the less, I'm a fan and would definitely go again.
What a lovely venue! Nice beer, friendly staff, excellent performance space upstairs and they even got a pool table! All we need to sort out is a lovely beer garden and it'll be perfection!
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