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Lovely traditional cinema. Great atmosphere and friendly staff. Love the national anthem. Food & cinema tickets are reasonable prices (milkshakes are delicious). Would highly recommend this place if you prefer the personal touch.
I was delighted when this cinema was taken on by the new owners as I am a regular user of the venue. However ....they don't seem to have grasped the concept as do a small number of their customers that people who go to a...More
I visited this cinema over the weekend to watch the new mamma Mia movie, and what a lovely visit it was! the cinema has recently been done up and was lovey to see, plenty of choice of food items, love the fact you can get...More
A great visit to the Palace cinema in Longridge. Fantastic to see the place open again and maintaining its character. We love that it now has child friendly showing times and took advantage of that this weekend with the 11.35 Sunday morning one. See you...More
This cinema feels cosy and welcoming due to its historic decor and vibe. It is cheap and has a variety of comforts that are not seen in chain cinemas such as larger seats and hot drinks in mugs. It is affordable and great for all...More
My wife and I have visited this cinema twice recently. What a wonderful experience! Old fashioned, quaint, quirky, are just some of the words applicable to this gem of a place. My wife's favourite touch is being able to buy a mug of tea for...More
Quaint old fashioned cinema. Great value compared to the soulless multiplexes, and the tuck shop is even cheaper! Following the national anthem, the adverts and trailers are followed by an intermission with the traditional ice cream seller on hand. Dolby Digital screen and sound (...More
After finding out about this cinema, it has become our go-to place to see all of the latest hits. Great value with all the lovely quirks of being an independent cinema including mugs of tea, the national anthem being played before the trailers begin and...More