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    • Qype User popman…
    • Spalding, Lincolnshire
    • 2 friends
    • 12 reviews
    4.0 star rating
    29/10/2009

    The South Holland Centre is the main centre for Spalding if you like.

    I believe it is the official tourist information centre. It houses meeting rooms, a stage, a cinema and a restaurant.

    The cinema shows films that are two to three months old but it is the only showing in the town. Very modern building design.

  • 3.0 star rating
    15/10/2011
    First to Review

    This is the main focal point of the town. Numerous events are put on here throughout the year, there is also a cinema screen with showings not too behind the main cinema chains. There is a cafe which provides freshly prepared food from a rather extensive menu. The local am-dram company also put on excellent panto performances here every year. It is also where the Spalding tourist board is located.

    • Qype User Hanbo…
    • Spalding, Lincolnshire
    • 7 friends
    • 13 reviews
    5.0 star rating
    9/12/2011

    I think this place is great. All the staff are friendly and helpful, the cafe is great, entertainment great, well basically anything is great there and is well worth a visit. I have been going there to see films ever since I can remember and I never get tired of it!

    • Qype User Matty8…
    • Spalding, Lincolnshire
    • 2 friends
    • 12 reviews
    3.0 star rating
    23/11/2008

    South Holland Centre would be the cultural centrepiece of Spalding, doubling up as both a small independent cinema and an arts centre. Though it has to be said it's normally a month or two behind for film releases, such is the price for not being one of the many cine-clones around the country. Because it's doubles up it isn't a true cinema and the screen is a pull down, which whilst not exactly start of the art, it lends itself to a more homely affair. Though this is offset by the fact that it's only £5 a ticket, and the friendly nature of the staff.

    As an arts centre it doesn't attract huge names, but it does supply a sense that at least someone cares enough about the cultural well being of the town to try.

    Facilities wise there's a coffee shop which also serves alcohol (as well as a damned nice mocha) and the ever present toilets.

    • Qype User test-4…
    • Lincoln
    • 0 friends
    • 2 reviews
    4.0 star rating
    18/10/2011

    Great place, visited many times.

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