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The Gate, Newgate St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5TG, UK
Decent venue for films. Tickets are reasonably priced but, as for all cinemas, are expensive if you tag on food and drink etc. The seats are comfortable generally, but the sight lines in the smaller Studio screens is poor from the edges. Best to book online if it's a new screening.
I like the cinemas but the only thing is it's neck braking for disabled and papa on the front rows as have to keep head up to see film and the stairs up to sheats but other wise it's a good cinama
Trinity Square, Gateshead NE8 1AG, UK – 0345 308 4620
Great new, clean cinema with excellent sound / picture quality and comfortable seats. Only problem is that booking in advance and collecting your tickets from the machine is made slightly pointless by the fact that you have to queue with people buy tickets anyway if you want to get food.
The Woman Maria who served us at the counter was so kind and efficient. The place was clean. The nachos tasted great. A really good experience overall !
10 Pilgrim St, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 6QG, UK – 0191 227 5500
Enchanting decor and atmosphere. A great place to take your partner for a date with a little extra. Especially if you book a sofa seat. Well worth a visit to filter out the youth and have a more mature experience with a nice selection of tipple. The restaurant/cafe serves lovely food, but you do pay a little more.
Great little cinema for a night out. Probably not best for the Marvel blockbuster but you can have a drink and tasty meal in the Cafe first and take a drink in if you like. It's not limited to obscure films at all but they are just the right amount of selective.
The Gate, Newgate St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5TG, UK – 0871 200 2000
I have a Cineworld card so view this place far more favourably than I would if I was paying £10 for a cinema ticket. Yes the food & drinks are overpriced, what cinema doesn’t make money that way? But there are always staff on site, as clean as you can expect a large multiplex to be and the Unlimited card saves me a fortune.
Good cinema which is clean and nice. Expensive compared to the VUE but better value then most cinemas. Pretty gutted with film though, bloody people talking and jumping infront of the screen.
Warwick St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1BB, UK – 0191 261 0066
It's not open yet I don't think but it looks cool
You think The Tyneside Cinema is an indie gig? Bwahahah, I think you need to check this place out! A communal affair, where customers can help with the running of the cinema, best check out their website for full details, but this made the rounds and appeared in Total Film and Visit England's lists of top independent film houses.
100 Grey St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6BR, UK – 0844 811 2121
A absolutely gorgeous theater to go to if you are visiting from out of the area I definitely would try to catch a show. Once inside there is a cafe and a bar ice-cream and other sundries are there to buy usually during break in the show. I have visited many times over the years and I always leave satisfied and looking forward to the next show.
Took a party of school children from a special needs school to a performance of Peter Pan. The staff were extremely helpful, and made the visit a real pleasure. Will definitely visit again. Congratulations to the Theatre Royal, a job done extremely well! You should be proud!
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