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72 Hill St, Richmond TW9 1TW, UK – 0333 014 4501
Brilliant staff today (hence 3 stars rather than 1). 3D device on screen 7 had broken - apologetic staff provided snacks & Odeon passes to see another movie, and then played Star Wars VIII in 2D rather than 3D. Very small screen would not have been worth it in 3D anyway. Probably good for low-key art-house movies; certainly no good for block busters as all the effects are lost (except the price). Comparisons with home cinema in other reviews are accurate.
Very old and tired building. Felt like I was in a ramshackle theatre rather than a state of the art cinema. The staff were friendly and the seats (premier) were comfy although maybe a little too upright. The choice of food and drinks was very limited. Odeon need to consider whether they feel this cinema is representative of what they want there chain to be
Water Ln, Richmond TW9 1TJ, UK – 0333 321 0104
Nested on a quiet lane towards Richmond Riverside, this branch of the Curzon chain offers comfortable chairs and good sound system, quality films and the opportunity to watch them with a glass of champagne or wine. It gets sold out quickly over the weekends. Book in advance. Don't be put off by the screening being sold out. Give them a call as many members get free tickets with their membership but sometimes don't turn up. Enjoy the performance as much as we always do.
Great local cinema with a single screen that shows both popular mainstream films and offbeat fare. It has a bar too and personally love a glass of the amber nectar while plunging into the latest celluloid offering. Discount offers for members and the place is never unpleasantly full, which can be the case at the nearby Odeon.
6 Red Lion St, Richmond TW9 6RE, UK – 0871 224 4007
Screen and theatre was too small in my oppinion, felt like I was in a big living room. Not what I expected from an odeon but other than that the same as any other cinema. Customer service was good which made the experience not so bad.
Nice cinema although there are no chairs to wait if you’re early. There used to be seats at the entrance but have now been taken away. Not very accommodating for those who can’t stand for long periods!
1 Clarence St, Richmond TW9 2SA, UK – 020 8940 3633
Loved everything about this intimate performance space and the play, Poison, was well worth seeing. Well scripted and directed and the two actors were superb in their roles. Hope our next visit coincides with another production.
A very well established and renowned theatre. The unique feature is the intimacy of the theatre. There are also excellent productions with some good actors and a friendly bar.
Little Green, Richmond TW9 1QJ, UK – 0844 871 7651
Came here for panto. Ideal venue, nice bar. On the green, close to the station. Warm, cosy, very welcoming on arrival. Also bring interval drinks, snacks, ice cream to your seat.
A fantastic theatre! Well staffed with people who are polite and courteous. Nice and clean toilet facilities with music playing in them. Comfortable seats. Few downsides, the balcony is quite protruding so if you’re right at the back of the stalls this could be an issue and secondly a few people were let in after the show began which was bothersome.
90 High St, Hampton Hill, Hampton TW12 1NZ, UK – 020 8410 4545
This small theatre seats around 200 people in its main auditorium and around 60 in its studio performance space. It is a modern, wheelchair accessible, building with a lobby that doubles as a bar and a lift to its upper floor. The main auditorium is equipped with an IR headset system for visitors who are hard of hearing. Seating in the main auditorium is comfortable but the studio space uses less comfortable, stacking chairs. If you are a wheelchair user then let the box office know when booking as the seating is banked and the audience team will need to make provision for you. The theatre is the home of the Teddington Theatre Club who let the theatre out to other amateur and professional companies. Consequently, the programme varies between stand-up comedy to experimental theatre and dance. The amateur companies' production quality can vary from near professional to distinctly amateur. There is good street parking close to the theatre in the evenings and a car park opposite at other times. Do not use the car park behind the nearby Sainsbury's Local as this is restricted to two hour visits. There are several decent restaurants close at hand if you are considering making your visit a night out but booking in advance is advised as these are local businesses that will close early if it is a quiet night.
Lovely little theatre. Very involved in community and a great place to support
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