181 Broad St, Birmingham B15 1DA, UK – 0330 333 4444
A decent cinema. It looks great in the lobby and has been renovated in recent years. Starbucks in the foyer and a bar upstairs which is discounted for Unlimited card holders. The auditorium I visited was clean and the screen and sound quality was great, however the seats were a little uncomfortable after a while. Well padded but somehow really uncomfortable after around an hour. Much prefer my local Cineworld in Leeds.
Good cinema, seats are comfortable and have plenty of leg room. On the whole it’s usually clean, but have been a couple of times when the floor has been sticky presumably when drinks have been spilled and not cleared up properly. Staff are always very friendly. Parking is close by and free for 3 hours.
220 Ladywood Middleway, Birmingham B16 8LP, UK – 0333 014 4501
Took a teenager to see the horror film 'Quiet' we sat on the new reclining seats and had a lovely time. I didn't fall asleep which is quite unlike me. The film was frightening but educational too. Imagine having to walk Around in silence all the time. I will be going there more often to relax in the recliner. Staff were lovely. We had an usher to take us to our seats and show us how to use them. Bliss
Glorious, glorious Nachos. Seriously. Two cheese, one guacamole, no jalapenos. It will change your life. The seating is good, the popcorn is tasty, friendly staff. All round great cinema experience. Only improvement would be better VIP seating... but still great.
47-49 Station St, Birmingham B5 4DY, UK – 0121 643 7879
We visit here quite a lot and love it. Great old cinema, comfy seats, great food and drink and brilliant service. Recently discovered that they do 2-4-1 for Birmingham City Council employees Mon-Fri (excluding sofa seats). Much nicer than going to one of the huge cinemas in the city.
Great experience! Old ticket stubs for going into the cinema, comfy seats and waiter service to your seat throughout the film. What more could you ask for!
Hurst St, Southside, Birmingham B5 4TB, UK – 0844 338 5000
Don't get me wrong, it's not cheap, and even after several major refits trees always a ridiculously long queue for the ladies toilets at intermission, but the Hippodrome has an elegance and opulence that Birmingham should be proud of. Every seat has a great view of the stage, the sound fills the auditorium beautifully and you get a feeling of an event just by being there. It's reputation gets the best shows visiting and touring outside of the West end, which gives us poor locals a chance to catch first class entertainment.
My local theatre and I love it. The seats are comfortable with adequate leg room. The bar areas are reasonable although they can get very busy. Adequate women's toilets which cuts down on queuing time. The theatre puts on a diverse range of drama, musicals and dance for which I am grateful.
Sheepcote St, Birmingham B16 8AE, UK – 0121 643 5858
A nice little theatre that accommodates the Ocean Film Festival in Birmingham each year. A snug space, keen bar staff, comfy seating, located a little way up Broad Street. If you’ve brought your dancing shoes you should frequent one of the many night clubs nearby. As always be wary of the draft in the Whetherspoons.
Lovely little theatre. Great views from almost all the seats. Performances were remarkable and will most certainly visit again. Parking available nearby so convenient to get to. Theatre offers pre-ordered drinks and snacks for intermission and post show. Loads of seats available at time of visit, Saturday matinee. Just turned up minutes before the show and seats were available.
45 Station St, Birmingham B5 4DY, UK – 0121 359 9444
We've been to see two shows in the last month and my children loved them, They especially enjoyed the leaping frog workshop after the show. We saw more of the theatre and the kids made their own shadow puppets and went up on stage. The seating is great for the kids as they can clearly see the stage from any seat without heads getting in their way.
Watched Alice In Wonderland with my family which was a lovely experience as I hadn’t seen a play for about 16 Years. I bought front row seats and the interaction between actors and audience was great. Only downside was that we were literally 3 minutes late and then had to wait an additional 15 minutes before we were allowed to enter the actual theatre room.