What theater choose in Nottingham ?

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by Preston Fulton

If you are a fun of science fiction you may like Terminator 2: Judgment Day which could be seen in Cineworld Cinema. In the Nottingham you have some options for cinema like Showcase Nottingham Cinema de Lux and Savoy Cinema Ltd. The first one is located Redfield Way which is 1.62 kilometers from the second one : Savoy Cinema Ltd at 233 Derby Rd.

Nowadays modern cinemas in Nottingham like Showcase Nottingham Cinema de Lux offers incredible screen details thanks to digital projecting in RealID Cinema technology. To get best experience check the following list of the public theaters and cinemas in the Nottingham

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If you are more fond of a true story then it could well be the true life story of Peter Stringfellow who comes very much alive in this film. Nottingham has a number of cinemas where you can view the great films which are showing right now.

Cineworld Cinemas has a wonderful selection including Gladiator (Julius Caesar and Julius Caesar).

If you prefer the classics or you have an oldie you must have seen but you wish you had a viewing of you must find that Cineworld Cinema has its own screening of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. For those of us who love comedy there is always Buster (the comedian).

The other places to sit and enjoy a good movie are Vue Cinemas which has recently launched the new cinema called the Vue Cinema Nottingham and the newly opened cinema called the Showcase Cinema.

The new Showcase Cinema in not too bright with its white and blue colour combination but it is still a delight to watch a film in this cinema which boasts a fantastic sound system and the quality of the pictures is also very good.

You do not have to worry about which cinema to go to as Nottingham has lots of great cinemas to suit all tastes and all ages. 

My opinion about Screen 22 theater in Nottingham

In the Nottingham you can find both Screen 22 and Broadway cinema. Those cinemas provide you high quality picture and surround sound. The first cinema we visited was very clean and tidy. The second one was kind of dirty.

It looked like it hadn't been renovated in years. They were both well served with snacks for the movie goers and food for the staff. Our favorite place was the cinema itself and that's where we will recommend you to go to.

The big bonus with visiting this cinemas is the very cheap popcorn and snacks. They always have 2 for only 1 pound! If you visit Nottingham it's really a small and safe city.

And if you go to the cinema, do visit it. You won't regret it. To find this cinema, just need to go to any one of the main streets in Nottingham (Hollis, Lenton, Mansfield, Hucknall or Bramingham) and you'll see it on your right-hand side If not in front of a supermarket then you have to go to the bus station and walk.

It's a small cinema with only around 400 places. We've got a lot of fun there and it's the best place we've ever visited! The cinema has all facilities for disabled, and they also have a very well-placed cinema staff that speaks some English.

So that made it even more easier for us to navigate. One of the highlights of the trip for both the kids was probably to be able to have our own bathroom for the first time. That was a great feeling.

Every place we stayed had bathrooms, but not everyone had their own. That was pretty important! We also got to meet some very good friends and our guide, who was in the restaurant part of the cinema. He stayed with us for the trip and has since told us he's going back to school. He's studying catering and will attend high school this year.

It was good he came with us, because he helped us know what we needed for the trip while helping us to figure out the best ways to avoid heat stroke. After all, our kids have never been to the tropics! The trip was amazing and we wouldn't have had it any other way if we had a choice!

Thanks again for the trip and we'll talk soon! The views of the trip were from our hotel, and here are some highlights: St Lucia: From St Lucia we took a bus to Soufriere, the volcano town, where we stayed for two nights. 

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Cineworld Cinema

The Cornerhouse,, 29 Forman St, Nottingham NG1 4AA, United Kingdom

GPS : 52.9555449, -1.1505939

Users reviews of Cineworld Cinema Nottingham

Rating: 5/5 reviewed: 2023-11-27 by Connor

I had the pleasure of visiting Cineworld Cinema at The Cornershouse last summer to watch one of my all-time favorite classic movies - "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" directed by John Ford starring John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara. I had been wanting to see this film on the big screen for quite some time, so when I saw that it was being shown at Cineworld Cinema, I knew I had to go.
The Cornershouse is a beautiful building with a modern design and is located in the heart of Nottingham's city center. The cinema itself is on the top floor of the building, which can be reached by taking an elevator or climbing a few stairs. Once inside, you are greeted by a large lobby area with comfortable seating and a concession stand that offers a variety of snacks and drinks at reasonable prices.
The staff at Cineworld Cinema were very friendly and helpful. They guided me to the appropriate theater and made sure I had everything I needed for a comfortable viewing experience. The theater itself was clean and well-maintained, with plush seats that provided ample space and support. The sound system was excellent, allowing me to fully immerse myself in the cinematic experience.
"She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" is a timeless film that tells the story of Captain Nathan Brittles (played by John Wayne) who is tasked with leading his troop from one fort to another after receiving orders from his superior officer. Along the way, he encounters various challenges and experiences moments of personal growth and reflection. One of the most memorable scenes in the film is when Captain Brittles and his troops come across a group of Native Americans who are being mistreated by another army unit. This scene showcases John Ford's ability to tell a powerful story while also addressing important social issues of the time.
The movie also features an incredible supporting cast, including Harry Carey Jr., Victor McLaglen, and Ben Johnson, all of whom give outstanding performances. The cinematography by Winton C. Hoch is nothing short of breathtaking, with stunning shots of the American West that still hold up today.
In terms of my experience at Cineworld Cinema, I had a fantastic time watching "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon." The cinema provided a comfortable and enjoyable environment for me to fully appreciate this classic film. I would highly recommend both the movie and the theater to anyone looking for a memorable night out.
If you haven't seen "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon," do yourself a favor and give it a watch, either at Cineworld Cinema or on another platform. You won't regret it! And who knows, maybe you'll fall in love with classic movies just like I did.

Rating: 2/5 reviewed: 2024-01-06 by Hope

While Connor had an enjoyable experience at Cineworld Cinema, I must admit that my personal experience was not as positive. I visited the cinema a few months ago to watch "Black Panther" and found that it fell short of expectations in several areas.
Firstly, the location of Cineworld Cinema within The Cornershouse may be convenient for some people who work or live nearby, but for those who do not, the lack of parking facilities and public transportation options made getting there quite a hassle. Additionally, the building itself is not as modern or aesthetically pleasing as Connor described; I found the interior design to be outdated and uninspiring.
Upon entering the cinema lobby, I was disappointed by the limited seating options and cramped space. The concession stand was indeed reasonably priced, but the selection of snacks and drinks was quite limited compared to other cinemas in the area. Furthermore, the staff members seemed unfriendly and unhelpful when asked for directions or recommendations.
The theater itself was clean but not well-maintained, with some seats having visible stains and tears. The sound system was decent, but I noticed that there were frequent interruptions during the movie due to technical issues. Lastly, the overall atmosphere of Cineworld Cinema did not feel inviting or relaxing; it seemed more like a place where people went just to watch a movie rather than enjoy an immersive experience.
In conclusion, while I acknowledge that everyone's experience at Cineworld Cinema may vary depending on factors such as the chosen film and personal preferences, my visit left me underwhelmed and dissatisfied. I would not recommend this cinema to others seeking a memorable night out or an enjoyable cinematic experience.

Screen 22

25 Broad St, Nottingham NG1 3AP, United Kingdom

GPS : 52.954623, -1.1445538

Users reviews of Screen 22 Nottingham

Broadway Cinema

14-18 Broad St, Nottingham NG1 3AL, United Kingdom

GPS : 52.9542653, -1.1437132999999

Users reviews of Broadway Cinema Nottingham

Rating: 5/5 reviewed: 2023-06-11 by Preston

As a courier working in Nottingham, I have the opportunity to explore various establishments around the city. One day, I found myself tasked with delivering an essential item to Broadway Cinema located at 14-18 Broad St, Nottingham NG1 3AL. The cinema is within walking distance from my workplace and is a popular entertainment spot in the area.
I was impressed by the modern exterior of the building, which perfectly blends with the historic charm of the city center. Upon entering, I immediately noticed the welcoming atmosphere and the friendly staff who were eager to assist me. The cinema features multiple screens that cater to various tastes, from blockbusters to independent films, ensuring there is something for everyone.
What sets Broadway Cinema apart is its commitment to providing an exceptional cinematic experience. They offer a range of options such as 3D screenings, Dolby Atmos sound system, and comfortable seating, which make the movies more enjoyable.
As I handed over my delivery, I couldn't help but feel grateful for having the opportunity to explore such an excellent place right here in Nottingham. Broadway Cinema is a fantastic spot for movie enthusiasts or anyone looking for a night out with friends and family.

Savoy Cinema Ltd

233 Derby Rd, Nottingham NG7 1QN, United Kingdom

GPS : 52.9513212, -1.173679

Users reviews of Savoy Cinema Ltd Nottingham

Showcase Nottingham Cinema de Lux

Redfield Way, Nottingham NG7 2UW, United Kingdom

GPS : 52.9368219, -1.1754183

Users reviews of Showcase Nottingham Cinema de Lux Nottingham

Rating: 5/5 reviewed: 2024-02-21 by Lorenzo Cain

Oh wow! What an amazing time I had at Showcase Cinema de Lux in Nottingham! I just loved my visit there back in July when I watched Secret Window on the big screen. The movie was simply amazing, and it's definitely one of my favorites.

The storyline of the film is so thrilling that it kept me hooked till the very end. John Castle, who played the lead role, did an incredible job acting. The way he portrayed the character was just phenomenal! And let's not forget about the beautiful setting in Vermont - it added to the overall charm and appeal of the movie.

One particular scene that stood out to me was when Mort Rainey (Johnny Depp) shows up at James' house, wielding a chainsaw. The suspense and excitement were palpable, and I found myself on the edge of my seat. It's moments like these that make Secret Window such a thrilling classic movie.

As for the Showcase Cinema de Lux itself, it was fantastic! The theater had comfortable seating and a great sound system. Plus, they even served delicious snacks and drinks during the screening which just added to the overall experience.

I highly recommend this cinema to anyone who's looking for an amazing movie-going experience. Whether you're a fan of classics like Secret Window or simply love good cinema, Showcase Cinema de Lux is definitely worth checking out!

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