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14 Dublin Rd, Belfast BT2 7HN, UK – 0333 001 5151
Needs a little bit of refurbishment, but staff are very friendly. Very easy to get to by the bus. Great selection of sweets and drinks. Overall I would recommend this cinema.
This is your low end cinema. You pay for what you get. It is really cheap,they have nice food and they put on good movies. Only a few issues, a few more toilets are needed in the place and it is pretty cold inside the screen rooms.
City Side Retail Park, 100 - 150 York St, Belfast BT15 1WA, UK – 0333 001 5151
This place has everything. As this is of the cinema only gotta say...free parking, safe, reasonable price and good size screens. My favourite cinema in Belfast. It may be argueable the Odeon has higher resolution screens and I think it does. I still go here more often. Odeon a lot more expensive and if you use Victoria Square car park you have to pay.
This would be my closest movie house, usually go with wife and daughter depending on the movie, never had a bad experience, always kept clean clear picture and brilliant sound system, toilets are kept clean, they do an offer on Tuesdays which is cheaper and you can get family tickets which helps financially, have noticed there isn't a ticket booth with a human in it you can also book tickets online. Price of there sweets put me off buying any.
564-568 Falls Rd, Belfast BT11 9AB, UK – 028 9062 5477
Great cinema and if you go to 26 West first even better
It's a good local cinema that's all I'm sayin
20 University Square, Belfast BT7 1PA, UK – 028 9097 1097
Fantastic independent cinema. Staff are really friendly. There is a cafe where you can have a wee coffee before going into the film. Shows a lot of independent films which aren't shown in other cinemas. It is like a small theatre with two cinema screens.
Cheek-by-jowl with Queens University, QFT is easy to get to with public transport though there are restrictions re car parking week days. The foyer is airy, largish and well-furnished though they serve beverages and snacks, the price of alcohol is eye-wateringly expensive. Staff are invariably polite and helpful. Films on offer cater for comprehensive tastes and ticket prices competitive. We saw 'That Good Night' which was John Hurt's last film. Great actor and impressive cameo performance from Charles Dance in an otherwise dreary soppy soapy 'oh the poor rich' family saga. The film reeked of the Director and cronies having a great jolly in a stunning rural Portuguese villa. Film shown in Screen 1 though seat rows are not well raked resulting in watching movies over tops of heads.
55 Ridgeway St, Belfast BT9 5FB, UK – 028 9038 1081
A really nice venue. Nicely laid out. The theatre itself is great, the stage is just there, everyone gets s great seat and that's hard to achieve. I suspect a male architecture as the ladies had to queue out the door in the intermission and this is an international issue, I haven't been to a venue where they get this right but that's a minor point, be prepared ladies, take a boy scout with you. The bar and staff were perfect. Well done Belfast, yet another amazing place to be.
A very pleasant June evening spent at Lyric. Despite being warm and clammy outside, it was cool to be in the audience for an exceptionally good performance by Dan Gordon in "Rebel without a Pause", about Belfast-born Frank Carson.
18-22 Hill St, Belfast BT1 2LA, UK – 028 9024 4400
Full weekend at the end of the Belfast blues festival. Saturday afternoon rocked with a three band line up. Sunday was a Thin Lizzy tribute. Very impressive indeed, thank you Tinn Lizzy, big Phil would certainly approve. The evening opened with an acoustic set by Melanie Wilson,the daughter of our own Speedo Wilson. A very talented young lady. She played and sang some covers AND, several of her own compositions. Well done Melanie.
Initially I was disappointed as my two choices of bottled beers were not available. Also you had to arrive very early to get a seat at a table. At one point I sat on the ledge in the entrance lobby as I desperately needed to sit down. I went to see Dr Feelgood , and I was not disappointed one bit by the size of the room to accommodate the audience, and the acoustics were brilliant. Exciting being able to stand a few feet away from the stage , and be able to view the old distaneful punk expressions and the excellent guitar playing of Steve Walwyn. A great gig, and the band members actually smiled at the end of their performance, after an encore, as they seemed pleasantly surprised by the warm Belfast audience and their appreciative reception .
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