Cinemas in Sevenoaks, Kent*
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- Only the Kino at the Playhouse. Small but recently refurbished and playing current releases.
- One cinema,pretty cheap compared with odeon,only has 2 screens tho,Wuld recommend it,its pretty class realy.
- There is the stagg, very old world and smells of pee probably due to the amount of geriatrics watching reruns of African Queen on the matinee
- The Stag, only 2 screens but is easy to get 2 and fairly cheap. recient films played
- The Stag cinema is a great local cinema, ok so its not like the odeon with about 8 screens and it doesnt have loads of seats but,its a great place to go when you and you mates have nothing better to do and its cheaper then the big cinemas around. Its right in the town centre and has a little popcorn stall, who could ask for more? plus if you ask nicely they might give you some free movie posters.
- Stag Theatre. Go to Maidstone, where the seats have upholstery and the film isn't scratched to b*gg*ry.
- Tunbridge Wells again.....
- the stag is pretty s*** but theres an odeon in tunbridge wells
- better in Tonbridge Wells
- For years I didn't go to the Stag cinema as I thought it was a miserable fleapit. Then I finally went again and discovered it had had a re-fit and was now OK. It only has two screens but is cheaper than the Odeon multiscreen at Tunbridge Wells (which is technically superior but utterly soulless and in the middle of nowhere).
- The Stag is the only cinema, it's a bit small and shows films about 2 weeks after everyone else.
- Stag - is very small.
- The Stag (London Road) is actually really good since the renovation. Quite cheap, and the seating excellent. Also, because everyone thinks it's still really poor, it's always empty and you can sit where you like.
- One cinema which is quite crap but its summat 2 do on a sunday afternoon i suppose.
- everyone tends to go to the new one in tunbridge wells
- One really shit cinema with bad seating in London Road.
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Last updated: 2008-10-14
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