North Finchley Vue

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Venue name: North Finchley Vue
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Address: Great North Leisure Park
Chaplin Square
London
N12 0GL
Transport: Tube: East Finchley
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    tastemaker

    I am a big cinema fan, they make the experience however this cinema has to have the worst customer service. 

    3 of my last visits no sense of queues - people just fly around everywhere, new tills open up and no one organises the people. I went to buy a voucher once and it took about 5 attempts for this to even work. 

    The cinema itself is ok but i always find it a little dirty, left over rubbish not cleared away. Good car parking and location for me so I will still attend but it just needs a little love