Plaza Community Cinema located at 13 Crosby Rd N, Waterloo, Liverpool L22 0LD, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 474 4076

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Plaza Community Cinema liverpool
Plaza Community Cinema liverpool

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clare hughes

5 Google Rating

The staff here are polite and helpful. The cinema itself is clean and tidy. The prices are very reas

5/ 5

The staff here are polite and helpful. The cinema itself is clean and tidy. The prices are very reasonable, for entrance and refreshments. I highly recommend you visit here rather than the costly chain cinemas.

Kym Jones

2 Google Rating

Nice cinema and good prices but you can only buy tickets in person, so unless you live nearby you of

2/ 5

Nice cinema and good prices but you can only buy tickets in person, so unless you live nearby you often turn up to find it sold out which is a nightmare when you're taking young children. Especially galling when you've gone out of your way to support an independent business, you've just wasted money on parking and then end up going to a big chain cinema after all. Really need to be able to buy online.

jjooaannnnee

5 Google Rating

Best local cinema. Great screens, cheap price, fantastic staff. Love this place. We are so lucky to

5/ 5

Best local cinema. Great screens, cheap price, fantastic staff. Love this place. We are so lucky to have it locally.

Carla Worrall

5 Google Rating

I loved it! Went to see yesterday. Staff were outstanding, prices were cheaper than Odeon. Definit

5/ 5

I loved it! Went to see yesterday. Staff were outstanding, prices were cheaper than Odeon. Definitely go back.

Michelle Facey

5 Google Rating

Childhood memories of this plaza I love the art deco style it's never changed. So happy this cinema

5/ 5

Childhood memories of this plaza I love the art deco style it's never changed. So happy this cinema has been saved by the community and the volunteers good work

Mark Mullen

5 Google Rating

Wow what a place. If you have kids and you want to go the cinema without taking out another mortgage

5/ 5

Wow what a place. If you have kids and you want to go the cinema without taking out another mortgage, this is the place to go. Even though it's quite a drive for me, I always go there. It's a community run cinema with a great altruistic vibe in a beautiful 1930's building. Just try to get there early at weekends or for popular films as they often sell out especially in the two smaller screens.

Algeos IT

4 Google Rating

Nice little cinema and a good price. Seats aren't as comfortable and it's not as spacious as the big

4/ 5

Nice little cinema and a good price. Seats aren't as comfortable and it's not as spacious as the big chains but comfy enough to sit watching a film. They even paused the film before it started so everyone could get in! Only thing missing was an intermission with someone selling sweets and ice creams at the front... I'm definitely going there again

Kelly Roberts

5 Google Rating

Lovely lovely cinema. I've not been here for quite a long time. My Dad used to take me and my Sister

5/ 5

Lovely lovely cinema. I've not been here for quite a long time. My Dad used to take me and my Sister all the time. Was such a brilliant visit. Gremlins for the Christmas movies!! Lovely, very friendly staff. And the cinema itself is just beautiful.

Paul Magill

5 Google Rating

Brilliant to experience the feel of the original cinema. I love the way this place has kept it old c

5/ 5

Brilliant to experience the feel of the original cinema. I love the way this place has kept it old charm and you can't get cinema tickets cheaper. Great staff too who I believe are all volunteers.

Kian Palmer

5 Google Rating

Excellent community venue for the showing of some wonderful films. It has low prices and a warm atmo

5/ 5

Excellent community venue for the showing of some wonderful films. It has low prices and a warm atmosphere whilst also offering a lovely building to see. To say that it is a treasure is, in fact, an understatement.

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