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29 Abbey Rd, Torquay TQ2 5NQ, UK – 01803 380001
Average prices. Not the highest tech Cinema but still a good cinematic experience. Saw Dead pool 2 which I enjoyed. Not packed either so plenty of seat choices. Staff pretty friendly too.
Smaller cinema then the Vue but a nicer place to sit and watch a movie. Plus there prices are more reasonable.
Babbacombe Downs Rd, Torquay TQ1 3LU, UK – 01803 328385
Privately owned, small theatre which puts on excellent shows throughout the summer and autumn twice weekly. Also hosts a considerable number of well known guest artists throughout the year. If you are in the Torquay area, it is well worth a visit.
Loved it. The cast is full of very talented people and the children are definitely stars of the future. There is something in the production for everyone. Comedians, dancers, magic tricks. Songs from musicals and pop and Opera. Fourty eight of us went from Shearings hotels in the area and everyone on the coach loved it and had a smile on their face. And the interval ice cream was lovely as well and not a bad price either at £2.50 a tub
Torbay Rd, Torquay TQ2 5EZ, UK – 0844 871 7615
Excellent venue. Good views and sound from all seats. Bar good. Awesome location on Torquay sea front. Bit of a landmark as it is prominent in the view of Torquay from around the bay. Staff friendly and helpful. I look forward to seeing more performances here.
Weekend place for movies. Easily reachable by public transport and by car. High street and harbour is walkable. Scenic location.
St Mark's Rd, Torquay TQ1 2EL, UK – 01803 299330
Great little local theatre set in a converted church. We saw Sleuth there. Excellent value, and really enjoyable.
"THE LITTLE THEATRE".....Once a Church + now a 'Little Theatre'.....Located in a quiet road with a large car parking area this scenic building is best photographed at sunset + just before....Not far from "TORQUAY" town centre + other coastal attractions such as cliffs + low tide rocky beaches.....A walk to "THATCHERS ROCK" takes you along high cliff top roads with seating available on the way.....Again this is best photographed at + before sunset with "THATCHERS ROCK" catching the sun till late.....If you take a detour along the wooded valley then you might well see large expensive houses + small mansions on the way.....You can walk past "HOPES NOSE" + ANSTYS COVE" to "BABBACOMBE" on a fine sunny afternoon + take the summer open topped buses back to "TORQUAY".....At the theatre well rehearsed shows, such as "LOVE FROM A STRANGER", attract large audiences + bookings are recommended....."THE LITTLE THEATRE".....