Located at Trinity Leeds, this five screen cinema shows the big new releases alongside special events and screenings, as well as Q&A sessions on occasion. All screens boast sofas and armchairs with footrests, with four of the five offering Sony 4K Digital projection.
The cinema also boasts its own pizzeria where eight wood-fired pizzas are on offer alongside a full menu of Italian starters, mains and desserts. The pizzeria is fully licensed too, with beers, wines and cocktails all available.
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Level 4, Trinity Leeds
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