This is a good cinema. As its not a big cinema, you cant always get to watch what you want when you want, you would need to go to a bigger complex for that.
It is worth booking in advance (55p per ticket!) to make sure you get a spot for the recent films.
The only critisism would be the cost of the drinks and popcorn. These are astronomical and not worth the cost. But they don't let you take your own in.
Hmmmmmm what can you say. Its a cinema and I suppose I shouldn't have expected anything else really.
It is pretty grubby, dated . most problably one of the earliest multi screens that has neer been updated. Seats were OK, picture and sound quality fine although I did find it slighty irrating that I could hear audiences coming and going from the screen next door.
Overall . a cinema tha has seen better days but that saving grace were the enthusiastic staff.
This cinema is situated in the aspects complex of Bedford, I say complex, all it has is bingo, a gym, pizza hut and McDonalds.!!!
The cinema itself is average. Staff have always been polite and the queues have nearly always been very short here. Only occasionally are they long.
The downside as with all cinemas is the price: both food and tickets. Bedford cinema has 6 screes, and doesn't always show all the good films which is annoying!!
It's a cinema and it plays films which is what it's supposed to do. But the staff are really quite poor, bad customer service, happier to chat to each other than staff. The seats are well spread out by the cinema itself is very outdated.
Bedford cinema is located on the aspects leisure park. This cinema has 6 screens but is in dire need of being renovated which is rumoured to happen soon. Reasonably priced with a snack options and if you have an orange phone, a 2 for 1 offer is available on a Wednesday.
Bedford's one and only mainstream cinema is, sadly, a dive. The main problem lies in the fact that the seating is some of the most cramped and uncomfortable in the country, and forces your knees hard into the back of the chair in front of you.
Only the most absolutely mainstream films are shown at its six screens, so forget about anything indie or foreign. All six auditoriums also reek of vomit.
The Cineworld and Odeon located at Milton Keynes Shopping Centre are both far more comfortable, so you'll get slightly more for the high ticket price in common with all cinemas if you make the twenty drive out there.
We went here for our daughter's in half term to see Wreck It Ralph!!! The film was good, for the girls and the deal was value for it money on the family bargin The staff were friendly and the service was good. We would go here again if we was going to see another film. The only problem we had was, we went to watch the 2.30pm film, but when got there at 1.45pm, the tickets were sold out only 2 left, so we had to go for the 5.10pm, which we had to pay the extra as it was after 5pm.???
The food's great albeit a little expensive, I rather take food in with me (cheaper). The cinema is not as big or nice as its Milton Keynes double in the Xscape but reasonable if you want a night out. I do sometimes find that the floors are sticky though, which isn't great.
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