This branch of the Picturehouse Cinemas is notable because if its beautiful Edwardian ceiling that it’s had since it was built in 1911. It’s a very traditional cinema layout, with soft, plush seats that lie flat, so if you’re short of stature try and get a seat near the front. There’s also tables next to each seat and the staff are very relaxed about you bring your own food, drink and even booze in, so if you fancy a bottle of something while you watch your movie then go ahead. The cinema shows mainstream releases with the occasional art-house or classic piece, as well as live plays and operas on the big screen. As a piece of history and a comfortable cinema experience, it really is a delight to go to.