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The Regent is a unique antiques and craft centre set inside one of Blackpool's oldest landmarks. Located within an old cinema The Regent has 3 floors jam packed full of stalls containing everything vintage, jewellery, collectables, crafts and...more
Love to spend time here when in Blackpool .
3 floors of treasure .!.a fab cafe very good value and he made cakes !.
Loved the Elvis memorabilia stall.
Car parking nearby also easy walking distance from town centre .
Go and support local small...More
This was our first visit and were very pleased with what we found. There are some genuine antiques here, but most is vintage, retro, collectables etc which is just what we are in to and much of it appeared to be reasonably priced. Many of...More
Love this place - former cinema now an antique and collectibles centre, close to Blackpool town centre. Pay & display car park conveniently opposite. 3 floors of stuff from clothes to furniture, music memorabilia and china! You can spend as much or as little as...More
As an antiques expert who travels the world looking for antiques, The Regent is NOT an antiques shop. There is very little pre-1950. Rows and rows of 1980's / 1990's debris. Black ash furniture. Modern shabby chic. At best this is an emporium of retro...More
What a great place too visit it in Blackpool a hidden gem the tea room is a real treat (now visit at least twice a week)the food is always freshly prepared great value the cakes are all homemade a good choice on the menu the...More
We have been a number of times and its a good place to wander round for an hour or two having a good rummage round at the very reasonably priced items. We have never had a problem, however, on this occasion, I had found a...More
The Regent comprises, a sort of antiques/flee market but in good taste; a revamped cinema, regularly showing films and an excellent little Tearoom, doing an amazing Afternoon Tea, for the price. Overall, its an interesting visit. look out for the programme of film showings.
Went to see it as part of Heritage week.
The seating in the cinema is excellent with plenty of space between seats and little tables attached to each seat.
Apparently films are only shown on Friday evenings.
Hopefully the films chosen will be what people...More