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All reviews art deco afternoon tea beautiful theatre live shows bingo hall projection room wizard of oz ken dodd run by volunteers former glory like stepping back in time volunteer staff box office amazing building scones great night original features
Visited plaza for afternoon tea today. We had choice of sandwiches and plumped for egg mayonnaise and cheese. Followed by scone and cream and selection of small cakes. Food was delicious, we had a cup of tea each. Service was very good. Would recommend a...More
The cafe is excellent & in keeping with the era of the Plaza. Volunteers keep the place going & work so hard to make visitors welcome. The shows are varied & of excellent quality. Live film / theatre streaming is a particular favourite.
Another lovely visit to the wonderful Plaza cafe, arrived at 2.25pm without a reservation, and a table was found for us straight away. We thoroughly enjoyed the club sandwich and smoked salmon with scrambled eggs on toast, together with a pot of tea for two,...More
What an amazing show - truly scrumptious!!! The staff at the plaza are all a joy - so smiley and helpful and seem to really enjoy their roles there.
The seats are realllllllyyyyyy uncomfortable though, they are old and I get it but for a...More
Been to the Plaza many times throughly entertaining at times but we as a community need to support an institution such as this before it collapses .Some shows are really excellent others very medicoure this is a marketing department problem ,and yes we know the...More
A beautiful period piece of Art Deco. We had a guided tour given by enthusiastic volunteers, who are rightly proud of what they have achieved. The cafe offered soup and sandwiches or afternoon tea, served by friendly waiting staff.
Looking for lunch after a great visit to the Hat Museum close by, we came across The Plaza theatre/cinema and noticed signs for a café. What a delight on the upper floors when we entered this art deco masterpiece. A real step back in time...More
I've been to The Plaza several times in recent years, always to watch comedians. jimmy Carr, Jason Manford, and this time, Russell Brand. The theatre is traditional in style, but just as wonderfully attired. It's large, without losing the intimate audience feel. As such, Russell...More