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We came to watch a star is born in screen 6 of the cinema. It’s a nice cinema - very good as it’s £4.50 for under 25 so definitely worth it. It’s very basic but you can take food and drinks such as Prosecco in...More
I'm not a big cinema-goer, but I made a last-minute decision to go and see the Q&A and screening of Thunderbirds during the Puppet Festival.
It is a quick walk from the tram, and easy to find. I didn't go in the cafe, but it...More
The menu is interesting without being big-headed. Do what you're good at. Nice fresh produce. Salads that look like salads should .. with good dressing, Spicy burger with fat chips were excellent as were the fajitas. Cakes looked scrummybut didn't have time or room to...More
We took the kids to see a film and we all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. It’s a great cinema to take children as you’re not all cramped in, there’s really good booster seats that actually weigh the seat down and the best part is the seats...More
I love Broadway - both the cinema and bar/cafe. The staff are always great and the place is good value for money. It's always worth checking out what events they have on as there is usually something for everyone.
We are a group who regularly meet for ameal here but foundthe meals lacked inspiration. This weekend we encounteredthe new lunch menu. Although limited andonly served until 2pm the meals were presented and servedwell. Just right on a warm Summers day. The sourdoughtoast was a...More