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Toy Story 3 & seating

On 18 Jul 2010 at 12:30pm LEWES CINEMA wrote:
Hi all,
Just a brief mention that Toy Story 3 will be showing at Lewes Cinema at All Saints Arts Centre from 6-Aug for a week. This should appear in the 'what's on' shortly. Tickets are on sale now and are already selling.
Also, good news to those that hated queuing for those balcony seats - I believe 'dog in a cape' mentioned something here before about this.
You can now book specific seats in the balcony in advance online. This has got rid of the need for people to queue long in advance to get a balcony seat.
Now once your balcony seat is booked it's guaranteed until the film starts.
As well as online, some of the balcony seats can be bought on the door.
Ticket prices are (children/adult) £4.50/5.50 for downstairs and 5/6 for upstairs.
We welcome any feedback on this if you've been and tried the new system.
On 18 Jul 2010 at 1:58pm Down and Out wrote:
Oi - Lewes Cinema! Put that Peter Greenaway film back on! We had to be somewhere else last night and we missed it. We missed Katyn as well - please will you stop putting decent films on when we're already booked to go out somewhere? You ought to ask us first.
On 18 Jul 2010 at 2:18pm lewes cinema wrote:
Hi D&O, we did actually get quite a good audience for Peter Greenaway's Nightwatching - but we also had a record number of walk-outs, 18 in fact!
I guess Peter Greenaway is not to everybody's taste!
Still, those that knew what to expect from a Greenaway film enjoyed it..
Of course in future I'll check with you first before putting on the 'better' films!
Planning to start a Facebook page for the cinema soon which will allow far more two-way contact between us and the audience - maybe even twitter as well - although personally twitter doesn't appeal to me at all.
Down & Out, have you been since we have been booking the balcony seats? If so, how did you find it?
On 19 Jul 2010 at 7:02pm Trevor wrote:
When are we going to get a proper cinema in Lewes that shows a choice of films twice a day, all week?
On 21 Jul 2010 at 2:28am Lewes Cinema wrote:
Trevor - when we have a town/audience about three times larger maybe..
However, in the meantime we are screening 3 shows a day for Toy Story 3 for a week and even normally we typically we screen two films (sometimes more) per screening day.

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