Everyman Reigate

Cinemas , Independent London
  • 4 out of 5 stars
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Venue name: Everyman Reigate
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Address: Bancroft Road
Reigate
RH2 7RP
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    • 4 out of 5 stars
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    • 4 out of 5 stars
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Tara P
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The Everyman Reigate is older and less plush than the majority of the chain (there are no sofas), but it still has plenty of charm.

There's ample parking in the multi story next door, and the tickets are cheaper than the London branches (though as I'm sure you're aware, the cinema is pretty expensive base case these days).

The main screen and seating area is pretty large, the snack area small. Although there aren't all the bells and whistles you've come to expect from the newer everymans (everymen?), the two vital aspects are there: they sell ice cream in the screen itself and you can have a glass of wine at your seat!