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Reading Rd, Winnersh, Wokingham RG41 5HG, UK – 0871 220 1000
I've been to the Showcase Cinema a few times over the years and I've been to many other multiplex cinemas but the size and layout of this particular one adds to the vibe and the whole cinema experience. The last time I went was to see a Presentation of the 1979 film Alien. This time was to see the 1968 classic 2001: A Space Odyssey including intermission. Some cinemas don't seem to look after their systems very so film presentations suffer. At Showcase I've always found the film presentations excellent. I saw Jurassic World there in 3D which looked and sounded amazing. All screens as far as I can tell, have electric recliner seats which are very comfortable indeed. I definitely recommend this cinema if you want an all round great movie experience.
Great cinema. Reclining seats. Very plush interiors. Popcorn stalls on ground floor sell lots of food and drinks. Ample parking which is free. There is also a showcase card which gives you some discounts. The screen is great and the quality of sound is immense. Definitely a place to go to.
London St, Reading RG1 2AG, UK – 0345 308 4620
Great priced cinema tickets.the food and drink is a little pricey (my drink cost more than the movie ticket). I was in cinema 11 which was tiny. Not a bad thing however if you were in the front two rows it would have been way too close to the screen. Thankfully it was quiet so even though I walked in to buy my ticket 3pmins before i got a centre seat in the back.
Decent seats and better pricing now. Amazing that people continue to pay to go and watch a film but sit looking at mobiles - even when asked not to. There is still a lack of understanding/consideration for hearing aid users. In this day and age there should be hearing loops in all screens. Currently there are none!
Palmer Building, Whiteknights, Reading RG6 2AH, UK – 0118 378 7151
Excellent choice of unusual films, with latest digital projector and surrounding sound system. Uncomfortable seating otherwise five stars
Friendly staff and tidy comfortable room. Loosing a point for not having any plug sockets near either bed!
Progress Theatre, The Mount, Reading RG1 5HL, UK – 0845 867 9845
Fantastic venue - watched Masquerade adaptation by Terry Pratchett - ushers and bar staff were friendly and helpful.
Lovely local little theatre doing AmDram classes for children, plus some productions from visiting drama groups.
Whitley Wood Ln, Reading RG2 8PN, UK – 0118 975 8880
Small friendly theatre on the outskirts of Reading with one or two actors in the play we saw who were really good. Cheap and efficient bar for before and during the interval. All a bit worn inside now but its an amateur theatre and I imagine money is a bit tight for niceties - enjoyable evening.
I love to be able to be a visitor & share many of shows that has been presented over so many years of presentation, which is first class, of course credits go to Carol & Graham Vockins for all the hard work they put into every show, also the team that support. Congratulations. P.
Headley Rd, Woodley, Reading RG5 4JZ, UK – 0118 969 0356
Warm seating area with access to small coffee bar and library. Toilets. Usually local art exhibition in foyer
There is a Costa coffee here and more space in this one than the one by Waitrose.
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