Opened on the 2nd floor in St Stephens shopping centre - can be access via escalators or the lift.
Really bright in the foyer and have 6 screens to choose from.
Only a small choice in cinema snacks to choose from but they do have popcorn, drinks and a kids snack boxes.
The toilets are nice and clean and there is also a disabled loo and access to any of the screens.
They also have booster seats for kids so that they are able to see the screen better without having to sit in the front row.
The only problem with this cinema is that it is really dark when the lights are down - yes the floor is illuminated but not enough to see which seats are free or to find your seat if going to a popular film where seats have been designated.
Tickets prices are around £6 during peak time and on a tuesday and a wednesday tickets are only £3.50 throughout the whole day.
This cinema are the only one is Hull to view the kids clubs films on a saturday and a sunday with 3 to choose from with the start times from 10am till 11am and only cost £1 - bargain!
Been here a few times & never been long in a queue for getting served.Excellent service every time.Even had full room to ourselves one session.Can get real deal meals with drinks inc.On certain days do discounts so be sore to scout about for deals.Gift vouchers are available here so for anyone you're stuck for for birthdays/xmas grab 1 or 2 as everyone loves a film.Private sessions available too
Not the most comfortable cinema in Hull but a great range of films. Easy to get to by public transport. Good value children's films at weekends.
great value for money especially if you go on the reel tuesdays or wednesdays, if i remember correctly its £3 each all day no matter what the film. Some good deals on food and popcron and drinks but be sure to bring plenty of extra cash for them as when buying for more than 1 person soon gets expensive. Would reccommend though.
Fairly new cinema in the Ste Stephen's Shopping complex. Easy to book , reserve and pay on-line. If you do this it is possible to pick up the tickets from a machine in the foyer and avoid queues.
We tend to go in an afternoon and there are no queues then. There are quite a few small cinemas but not too small. However the seats are not as comfy as they look at first. Good leg room though for the long legged.
nice place but is freezing i sat with my coat on all the way thought the film and the chairs were very uncomfortable and i was sat watching a fim and every 5-10 minutes some child kicked my chair I found this very annoying because all the seats are to cramped for the amount of money I paid, £5.90 for a film!!!!!
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