Cineworld Wembley

Cinemas Wembley Park
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Venue name: Cineworld Wembley
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Address: 1-3
London Designer Outlet, Wembley Park Boulevard
Wembley
HA9 0TG
Transport: Rail: Wembley Stadium; Tube: Wembley Park
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Patrick

20 minute queue to get a ticket, 15 minute wait for a drink. One of the worst managed cinemas I have ever been to. I spoke to a supervisor, who did not care. There is no real management of staff, who are all teenagers, people were leaving the cinema in despair the wait to be served was so long. I just left and went to another cinema. It was that bad. Lots of other Cineworld cinemas which are much busier than the Wembley operation manage to cope well and do so with some grace and kindness. The place was not even that busy, its just very ineptly managed and staffed by kids, who need direction and encouragement. Next time I go to Cineworld as I will still continue to go as a monthly card holder I will just buy food outside and secrete it before I go in. Wembley Cineworld should be avoided, Staples Corner and VUE Harrow are much better bets. The security man at Wembely was the only one, who said sorry and was polite, he is a good man.