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Metrocentre, Gateshead NE11 9XZ, UK – 0333 014 4501
Love this place, it's a bit pricey to watch a movie here but you know you're getting the best of the best when you do. I don't go here often because of the prices, I just save it for my most anticipated movies. The screens are crystal clear and high resolutiones and the sound system is amazing.
Great place to see a movie, parking is close by (and lots of accessible parking bays) and the staff are friendly. We had lots of choice as to where to sit, a rarity for wheelchair users. Several screens and decent loos. Coffee shop inside the complex. cinema and toilets are always very clean. Fully accessible property and really helpful Friendly and mostly efficient staff. Great value for money.
Trinity Square, Gateshead NE8 1AG, UK – 0345 308 4620
This is my favourite cinema is Newcastle. In fact the whole north east. Its not too busy, the movie theatres are clean and modern. With great sound and picture quality. Relatively cheap and they validate your parking so you don't have to pay. Staff are nice. No issues with them at all. Love it!
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.
Metrocentre, Gateshead NE11 9XU, UK
Great cinema. Went to see a film in their iMax and it was truly amazing.
27-29 Broad Chare, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3DQ, UK – 0191 232 1232
Went to see silk road was a great performance. The staff were all very friendly and the theatre itself is a great size
Great space for events as well as theatre, located on the Quayside. Also run workshops and courses. Looking forward to seeing The Terminal Velocity of Snowflakes and post show talk ( had a great review in the Guardian).
1-4 A Saltwell View, Gateshead NE8 4JS, UK – 0191 478 1499
Had a quick tour to join behind the scenes of the theatre, every one is so friendly but also talented. Decent price for quality entertainment.
We regularly go to the Progressive players. Last night however the Frankenstein production was one of their best. The gothic set rightly received applause at curtain up. The cast were faultless. My only minor gripe was the (redundant) prompt who kept moving his leg onto stage and shining his LD light on the wings. A minor criticism however of an otherwise superb production. Frankly as good as many we have seen in the West end and even at the National.
St James' Blvd, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4HP, UK – 0191 261 9125
Fantastic little theatre with innovative shows and great creative workshops. Ali has done an amazing job and constantly programmes thought provoking and entertaining work.
Friendly and stimulating. Am struck by the imaginative use of this former commercial premises. The cafe is very comfy and the prices reasonable.