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This is a local cinema that we have visited occasionally. The gentleman who owns the business is always polite and very welcoming! The cinema has one screen and i would describe it very ‘cosy/family orientated’.
I used to like going to cinemas with big screens...More
We often go to the cinema here as it is within walking distance. The films are up to date and we go more often than we would to the big screen type as it is much more affordable.
You can take a cup of tea...More
Really lovely art deco influenced cinema. Full of character unlike other larger soulless and very expensive cinema's. Its like going back to my childhood here, but screen quality and sound are great. have been to see many films here. Great cup of tea and serves...More
We have now been back to this cute little cinema a few times. And can't find a single fault.With 4 sometimes 6 children the little shop is well stocked and fantastically priced. Staff are very friendly and helpful best of all my kids love it....More
I went to this cinema tonight for the first time, and saw Finding Your Feet. We got there at 5:40 for a 6pm start, and it’s true, no ads or trailers 😀 The box office/shop is well stocked and they make a lovely cup of...More
A beautiful and comfortable small cinema which shows all the latest films at a fraction of the price you would pay any where else. No adverts and no noisy trailers.- perfect! The ladies toilets even have fresh flowers 💐 Wow! Also, there is plenty of...More
Went back to the Sherborne Cinema for a second time and saw the Darkest Hour. Great venue, easy to find plus you can have a cup of tea and a box of sweet and salty popcorn. Perfect.
Will be back again.
Our first visit to this lovely little cinema. A lot cheaper than the local multiplex. No adverts and sound is at a much more reasonable level. Slushies and popcorn are £1 and you can have a mug of tea while you enjoy the film!