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My first time ever to Vue. I'm used to going to either Cineworld or Odeon. The staff were polite and courteous the only hitch with the customer service was that the black guy who served me to see the 30:40 showing of the festival didn't...More
We only live 20 miles away but normally go to Bristol. Decided to 'keep it local' and liked the experience. Easy to book tickets on-line, Equaliser 2 was great and had a fab meal after at Bisley House,
Your mission if you choose to accept it is to try to book seats online to see Fallout with a Meerkat movies code.
The mission was impossible. The website was impossible. We will "Cruise" over to Cheltenham Cineworld instead where booking isn't impossible. This message...More
The cinema is OK and the staff seemed fine. Second time here and for second time we had people behind us kicking the backs of our chairs and continued to do so having pointed this out to them. Can't blame the cinema for that. We'll...More
We went to watch Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
The VIP seats were OK, the burned pop-corn was edible and hey they have coke, not Pepsi - Thats' s all the good bits.
The Cinema experience itself was horrendous. They do not turn their lights...More
As with many cinemas these days they've replaced the best seats with higher priced luxury seats that are rarely used. As a result most visitors are squashed into the inferior seating, with two rows of empty seats in the best spots mocking them.
Not a bad venue albeit a tad expensive: car park next door, no queues, not dirty, good selection of drinks / sweets, comfortable seats, staff friendly enough. Would have given it 4 stars had my experience not been worsened by the mum and child behind...More
30 minutes of excruciating adverts with off the scale sound levels. Confusing row numbers caught out almost all late arrivals. Few staff around. Soulless cafe with empty tables. Prices ridiculous. No wonder people buy videos and watch at home. Staff we did see very friendly...More
My wife and I go to the Vue on a regular basis and we have seen films as well as live ballet screenings. We have never had to book and have always been able to get a good seat which are very comfortable. The foyer...More