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Windsor St, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6NL, UK – 0871 902 5741
Lovely little cinema with loads of character and run by people who seem the have a genuine passion for cinema. A charming adjoined bar with a 1st floor balcony adds to the appeal, as does being able to take your beer into the screen if you wish. Well worth a visit.
Lovely little cinema- very friendly service- nice comfy chairs + nice little bar upstairs - love this cinema more so than the larger ones!! Always enjoy ambiance here
Bell Court, Wood St, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6EX, UK – 0871 906 9060
First time visit as a friend recommended it. Customer service was very nice and friendly staff. It's different setting to normal cinema. Two of us went and we had very comfortable sofa with plenty of leg room. You can order food and they will bring it to you. Same price as any cinema but better seat's and leg room. Good choice of food would highly recommend it to anyone.
As far as cinema experiences go this was up there with the best I've had. Cool decor, comfy seats, plenty of room, and great visuals and audio. The only thing that was a little uncomfortable were the bar prices - almost £6 for a 330ml bottle of BrewDog, but otherwise I thoroughly enjoyed it, and would come back again for sure.
Waterside, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6BB, UK – 01789 403493
Very nice theater and restaurant. I went to the restaurant before the Christmas carol production, it was very good for the whole family evan the children. The menu tho fancy was very nice with lots of Verity. The waiters also make sure you don't miss show which was very helpful. The show its self was also amazing and done well.
Saw Julius Caesar. First time at the RSC. Fantastic theatre with great seating and stage. Of course the quality of the acting was excellent. I won't comment on the writing...
22 Southern Ln, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6BH, UK – 01789 403493
This is a fantastic theatre that explores new and undiscovered writing as well as offering tours. Suzie's cafe is a touch expensive but has a really lovely atmosphere and you never know which actors or higher-ups in the theatre might be wandering through while you're sipping a latte. Definitely worth a visit if you don't fancy what the RSC has to offer and prefer more contemporary theatre.
Good food, friendly staff and the only RSC theatre cafe with easy chairs, but totally ruined by dogs being allowed in. The only cafe I've ever known where animals, other than guide dogs, are allowed.
Rother St, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6LU, UK – 01789 403416
Lovely little theatre. Courteous, friendly atmosphere. We saw Ian Hislop's "A Bunch Of Amateurs" which was really excellent.
Intimate small theatre. Skilled actors and great presentation of plays.
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