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We booked and paid for two tickets online. On arrival, there were unfortunately no pairs of seats left. Staff Member 1 said we would have to sit separate from each other, which suggests a poor understanding of a night out together. Having paid - and...More
We moved nearby a couple of years ago and finding this cinema was a massive joyous surprise. I see films here as often as I can now. Everything about it is great: diversity of films - everything from mainstream crowdpleasers to the weirdest niche documentary...More
Through hard work and dedication, this cinema has evolved. It's a great night out ( or matinee). The choice of films are varied, usually something for everybody. As well as current movies, they show National Theatre Live, and art films. Cinema seating, comfy sofas in...More
Date of experience: April 2016
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Ian G, Co-creator at Kinokulture, responded to this reviewResponded May 5, 2016
Thank you for such a positive revue, it's nice to be appreciated.
slightly off the beaten track therefore takes a little looking for. Situated opposite the town library at the back of the market hall and close to the castle and its car park. It is not on a main thoroughfare and you do not pass it...More
Oswestry's own cinema showing recently released films as well as 'cult movies' and the occasional live theatre. Comfortable seats, good wine and local beer. We very much enjoy the live streaming of Shakespeare and opera from National theatres. An excellent inexpensive evening out.
Hi. Get there early and you can see for yourself and take your pick! All the seats have good visibility. Given a choice, I prefer to avoid the front 3 rows as you need to look up from these positions. Most of the seats... More
Hi. Get there early and you can see for yourself and take your pick! All the seats have good visibility. Given a choice, I prefer to avoid the front 3 rows as you need to look up from these positions. Most of the seats are raked and very comfortable. Opt for the left side as the screen is slightly off centre, There are aisles on both sides for ease of acces/egress.