The ASTORIA Cinema was built in 1939, the large auditorium was dived many years ago, it now operates TWO screens in the former circle area, having become rather neglected in recent times, things have now started to improve! - A new roof , new boiler and renovated heating system, the frontage has been stone cleaned and new bright looking signage have already been completed, many more improvements are planned over the coming months.
The cinema remains part of Reel Cinemas portfolio, but is now operated under the management of S and K Entertainment Ltd,
S and K plan to introduce a greater variety of film choice, including many more LIVE EVENT CINEMA, including the new 2014-15 Royal; Opera House season which starts in October, The National Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company productions, as well as the London Theatre series and many others including Andre Rieu's 2014 Maastricht Concert in July.
The aim of S and K Entertainment,. is to provide our customers with a good welcoming entertainment experience, in a traditional cinema building with a friendly staff, we may not be the biggest or most modern cinema around, but we do claim to CARE about our customers, and hope that they will return many times in the future because they PREFER to come here rather than an impersonal multiplex!
Please be sure to let us know if we fail your expectations - you may contact us direct by email:- firstname.lastname@example.org
Reel Cinemas - Astoria - Chippenham Marshfield Road Chippenham UK South West England SN15 1JR
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