I visited the Richmond cinema yesterday with my boyfriend and our friend and we all share the same opinion. The building itself is nice, unfortunately the screen was much smaller than I expected (screen 1). That wouldn't be too bad, if the lights above our heads weren't on the whole time! I found that very annoying. I understand that the stairs must be visible, but this was way too bright....more
Never got a good vibe with this cinema. have been many times over the years but seem to feel uncomfortable and claustrophobic no matter what screen i watch a film.
Too many teenagers working there with very little supervision. Have seen many times, the staff letting big groups of their friends in for free.
de values the movie for me but no point complaining as the manager is normally...more
This is a very pretty theater inside. You can tell that it has been all redone and modernized. They do lose a star for their seats though. The seat themselves are comfortable but they didn't leave nearly enough leg room. I am not that tall or big and my knees were crammed into the seat in front. This situation makes the seat extra uncomfortable because then you are constantly getting...more
The Odeon Cinema in Richmond has two branches - there is the main Odeon Cinema, which is located on Hill Street, just at the top of the road going down to the bridge over the Thames to St Margarets. Round the corner there is also the Odeon Studio, situated in Red Lion Street. The main Odeon Cinema is something of a rarity - an original Cinema building (I think dating from the 1930s). The main...more