Vue Cinema Bristol Cribbs Causeway

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4 reviews
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The Venue,
Cribbs Causeway,
Merlin Road,
BS10 7SR

(0871) 2240 240

Vue Cinema Bristol Cribbs Causeway Information

Vue Cinema at Cribbs Causeway is the place to go to catch all the latest Hollywood blockbusters. Each screen is loaded with state of the art picture and sound systems creating a exciting cinema experience you will never forget.

Venue Type
Opening Hours
Varies. See Film Listings for details.
Not Necessary on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
Avg Food Spend
Under £10 per person
Asian, Mainstream Releases
12 Screen(s) - Closed Loop
Concessions: Children, NUS, OAPs
Children welcome - anytime
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Disabled Facilities
Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets

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Reviewer Colinhp
Whet to see Skyfall (dreadful) was too Loud, too expensive & too many advert at the start. Toilets stink and struggled to find a urinal not covered in short dark curly hairs, never again!
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Reviewer sumws
the cinema is big, relatively clean and offers a good choice of films. however:

1. it is expensive - particularly the food such as popcorn and hot dogs.

2. They often seem to have a staff shortage so that you have to get tickets from the same place as you get food which is frankly a bit irritating

3. the online booking system is slow and kept causing my browser to crash

4. There is a booking fee for each ticket booked over the telephone and they use a premium rate line for bookings. I find both of these hard to justify.

If it was just me I would much rather go to our local cinema - the wonderful Orpheus in henleaze, this booking is for a child's birthday and she wanted to go to Cribbs so I caved in....
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Reviewer rmillsy
We went to see Space travellers wife on Friday evening.

The film was very good and the cinema environment was clean and very comfortable. Thank you.

The staff were all very helpful too.
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Reviewer Anonymous
Is that the sequel?
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Reviewer Anonymous
Went to see the Strangers here the film was dreadful but the facilities at the cinema were great.
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