The Curzon Cinema in Sheffield has only been with us for two years, but the lovely public cannot help but flock to its comfortable chairs and classy undertones. I went to see Atomic Blonde in their luxurious cinema with my girlfriend (perfect to test out the sofa seats) and we were really pleased with how comfortable we were throughout the film.
With entry at £7.50 for students and adults clocking in a couple of quid above (£9.50), I'd say it's money fairly well spent. Click this to have a look at their website and offers and see what's best for you.
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Immediately upon walking into the well-presented foyer, you'll be invited to enjoy some free water before heading up to the roof bar, where you can wait for the flick to start with a beverage. The cinema screens themselves are well equipped, the surround sound system coupled with the comfy chairs and added mini tables for your various popcorn and drink items were a nice feature.