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Visited the cinema to watch Mama Mia. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Ordered a burger and drinks which were delivered to our seats. The seats are sofas with a small table at each side.
The burgers are excellent.
Our first visit here since Everyman took over this theatre. It appears to be a friendly place. We were welcomed by all the staff who were happy to explain how the food options worked in the theatres.
Food and drinks can be bought to your...More
A totally new way of watching movies in a old-fashioned kind of way.
Crashing out to view the latest blockbuster is equivalent to putting your feet up to view at home - but with a giant cinema screen.
The two seater sofas Everyman uses to...More
I took my two granddaughters to see this film. My daughter had booked our seats but we arrived early & the staff were very helpful in altering our tickets for an earlier showing. I have to congratulate the staff mainly males all polite, courteous &...More
Nice set up with the separate areas& sofas,though sofa wasnt overly comfortable. Seemed expensive for tickets,particularly if you wanted to take a family. So not been again, which is a pity as it is our local cinema.
Had a lovely time at the Everyman watching Jurassic World. Such an improvement on the old Odeon, this place is class with a nice feel to the lobby as you walk in all the way through to the comfy sofas and armchairs in the screens....More
We went to see The Guernsey Literary (etc) film tonight in Screen 4 with friends. Paid £14:20 a head plus £1:75 booking fee. This was the first time I have been mildly disappointed with some aspects of the expensive experience. Our film was quiet in...More
My daughter age 15 (Yr 11) bought tickets online to come to Barnet Everyman this pm with her school friends. Told they must prove their age. There was a parent with them who told the staff they were all Yr 11 children and would verify...More