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Cinemas in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire*

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  • You have a cinema in Newcatse-Under-Lyme, Hanley (The Odeon) and a Cinebowl in Uttoxetter which i would reccomend the highest.
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  • vue cinema, newcastle......really quite nice.
  • festival park and castle
  • Warner village in newcastle rocks
  • odean festival park. warner village newcastle
  • The BEST cinema in Staffordshire let alone Stoke is The Odeon on festival park not to pricey and the staff are very friendly
  • Odeon or the Warner village but Warner is a rip off and they make you pay for parking in the tightest car parking you've ever seen so i tend to go to the odeon for free parking.
  • Dont go to the odeon! it stinks and is dirty! instead head upto Newcaslte Under Lyme to the Warner Village, cheaper and nicer!
  • Yeah like I wanna pay 7 quid for a tiny box of maltesers NOT
  • Newcastle-u-Lymes Warner Village is a quality place to see a film, as its tiday and still clean, unlike the Odeon in festival park
  • mainstream= festival park or warner in newcastle sometimes good stuff at staffs uni theatre
  • odeon - fezzy park
  • yeh i wud travel miles, VUE (old warner village) is ded cool! seats are ded comfy
  • They found a dead body in a vent at the ABC.
  • odeon,fezzie park
  • Warner Bros. Cinema in Newcastle is actually ok!
  • Warner Brothers up Castle, and one up Hanley
  • Odeon Festival Park it stinks
  • Warner Bros in Newcastle Odeon in Festival Park
  • Odeon in fezzy park is always full with 13 year old festitutes, looking for a fat ugly smell spotty 22 year old bloke who borrowed his mum and dads car for the night.
  • Warner Village cinema in Newcastle is Far better than the ODEON in etruria, never go to the ODEON.
  • ABC all the way!! is shut down now, there is one nar staffs uni, it's a cute little one screen affair, but is cheaper and more personal than the odean or warner bros
  • Warner Village, the most advanced cinema in the UK. that is situated in newcastle. The Odeon which is on the Festival Park, just down from Hanley
  • Warner village in newcastle is wicked, the seats are so comfy and the popcorn is well nice!
  • Warner bros in castle is sound
  • Festival Park, and now Warner Bros in Newcastle, only you need a mortgage before you go there and they search you to make sure you're not taking your own food in!!!
  • Fezzie Park if you want to meet some drunk slags
  • warner in newcy lyme
  • Odeon on festival park if you manage to get through the doors past all the pissed up 14 & 15 year olds
  • odeon not to good but thank god for newcastle warner village.
  • Victoia hall hanley.Part of a new development called the Cultural Quarter .
  • You could drinm beer in the ABC, screen 1 even had it's own loos so you didn't miss too much of the film. It is sorely missed.
  • Cheap Sunday night at the one near Shaffers.Bliss.
  • There's a good art-house cinema during term-time; it's next to Staffs Uni, just across the road from Stoke rail station & Waterstones bookshop. See:
  • Standard Odeon - multiplex - aluminium box. Also houses a Quasar and Superbowl. Same as anywhere else. Hanley had a Cannon/ABC which was excellent and really cheap, but it closed down. Another empty building in Hanley. Hooray! Also film theatre in Staffs Uni run by arrogant students.
  • no good cinema's, the best is STAR CITY, BIRMINGHAM! Leather reclining seats, and you can get a beer and free popcorn and free pringles!
  • Odean is ok, much better than the old ABC.
  • ABC closed down with old pesionable women told to leave. A hangout for gay lovers thank god the seats hav gone.
  • odeon is good but full of little kids, but it has loads of screens. ABC is shite, and closing down soon
  • warner village cinema in newcastle is by far the best.
  • Good one in Kidsgrove at the retail park, but thats it!
  • That one in hanley is full of miserable old bags behind the counters who tell the children to sit still - gettin theit knickers in a twist the ol dears
  • The ABC in Hanley is the best by far. Not for sweets though!
  • Hanley Cinema - the Festival Park 'experience' with its predigested entertainments and gangs of youths has always struck me as soulless. Far nicer is Hanley Cinema, with a family-run feel, where you can have a drink in the upstairs plush lounge before the movie, and again afterwards to thrash out the film with your friends. Nice snacks and friendly vibes.
  • Odeon on Festival Park - better than Appollo in Stafford anyhow. Also Water world and skiing on Festival Park.

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