Went to Vue at the Capitol Centre Preston on Sunday 22nd December, for the 12.30 showing of Walking with Dinosaurs in 3 D. Had to Queue at the Popcorn stand to buy the tickets for 20 minutes as there was only one member of staff serving. On entering the auditorium it looked like there had been a Monkeys Tea Party going on from the previous screening, there was pop-corn all over the floor, crisp packet and just general mess all over the floor. The actual film only came on at 1pm due to the number of boring adverts. It was mentioned to a member of staff regarding the mess but nothing happened. The Popcorn that we bought was awful as sweet and salty had been mixed. Poor experience and won't be going back.
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