Wood Green Vue

Cinemas, Multiplex Wood Green
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Venue name: Wood Green Vue
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Address: 180 High Road
Wood Green
London
N22 6EJ
Transport: Tube: Wood Green
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Naomi F

Small screen and absolutely disgusting toilets. Dirty and so smelly I could barely breathe. Smelt like it hasn't been cleaned in years. The manager was rude and unhelpful when I told him about it. He didn't seem bothered by it at all and was patronising me. Tickets may be cheap but there's a reason why. Stay clear.