Quality Hotel Bury St Edmunds
Bury St Edmunds, EN IP32 7DZ
Phone: (44) 1284 760-884
Fax: (44) 1284 755-476
Symonds Road, Bury St Edmunds, EN, GB, IP32 7DZ
- Phone: (44) 1284 760-884
- Fax: (44) 1284 755-476
One of the older cinema halls in Bury St. Edmunds, a town in Suffolk, this one dates back to 1924, when it was called “Central”. Since then, it has been owned by many big names, including the Star Group and ODEON. Now, with some substantial renovations, including a glitzy name, the structure is an entertainment complex of caliber. A bingo hall and two studios are added options for patrons who come here for more than just a movie. The venue specializes in family films at competent rates. It is also available for private hire, should you want to organize a showing. Check out their website for goodies and offers galore. Then book your tickets and head over with a tub of popcorn and a loved one!
Opened in October 2010, The Apex is a world-class entertainment venue that can host comedy acts, dance recitals, concerts, discourses, business seminars and conferences. Faultless amenities make this venue one of the most sought after in all of Bury St. Edmunds. A visit is recommended!
Like all the other sophisticated cinema halls of the Cineworld group, Cineworld Bury St. Edmunds, opened in 2005, is well-equipped to cater to the needs of one and all. Free parking, facilities for those with special needs, booster seats for kids and other such amenities make movie-goers comfortable. The venue boasts of eight screens that show everything from all-time blockbusters to traditional favorites, and foreign-language films to independent productions from around the country. Special screenings can also be organized, with special emphasis on award-winning productions. What’s more, the whole cinema can be hired for private showings if you have a bit of dough to spare! For information on show timings, news and events, check the website.
Kentwell Hall was built in the 16th Century by John Clopton, a rich wool trader. A visit to this majestic building speaks volumes about his wealth. The Kentwell Hall hosts local, cultural and other events. You can also hire the hall for weddings and functions, corporate activities, concerts and theater performances. Be a part of the Halloween day celebration, when there are ghost tours arranged and ghost films shown. Occasionally you may also come across a film crew shooting at the hall. Don't forget to see the farm, the garden and the moat house.
For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, book a seat at Regal Theatre. With an exciting schedule of new releases, great sound and tech systems and menu of must-have refreshments, this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more, call ahead.
Located in the town of Sudbury, the Delphi Club is a multi-purpose venue, that has various rooms that it leases out for a range of events. The Delphi Club, also holds entertainment events on a regular basis. See the website to know more.
The Quay theater is an important and integral part of the Sudbury town. This theater stages variety of acts, dramas and musicals; every event is well-attended. Each season it brings forth fresh and innovative shows, and presents a perfect mix of classics and amateur plays. It also has an on-site bar that serves excellent varieties of beers, wines and other beverages; entry to the bar is not restricted and you can visit the bar even if you are not attending a show here. That's not it, Quay is also home to various creative societies and clubs that includes Young People Theater, Book Club, The Quay Play Readers Group and Sudbury Musicals Society. For more details, call ahead.
Newmarket is considered the home of British racing. Featuring two courses; the Rowley Mile and the July Racecourse; some of the United Kingdom's most important meetings are held throughout the year. The track side and stands of each course have all that is exciting for spectators including bookies, refreshments, dining facilities and, of course, the thunder of approaching hooves. Some of the summer meetings include evening races and live bands. Regular meetings are held from May to November; check the Web site or call for specific race dates and times. Tickets prices vary.
Formerly known as the Haverhill Town Hall, the Haverhill Arts Centre once used to be the hub for choral activities but later hosted dances, bingo games, pantomime etc until the building was finally designed to be a multi-use arts center that could be hired for concerts, film screenings, dramas, exhibitions etc. Check website for details.
The brook is one place where you can find all sorts of live music entertainment. Motown, Soul, Blues and even Irish music is a regular feature here. Artists like Elkie Brooks and Freddie Hall grace this stage among many other musical masterminds.
The Diss Corn Hall is the main cultural venue in the city of Diss, and offers visitors a host of events to choose from. Whether it is music that moves you or cinema, you're sure to find it here. Comedy, dance, children's workshops, community events and art exhibitions are part of the lineup too so check website for details.
Located in Diss, The Woolsey Bridge Fields play host to a variety of folk festivals and local events, one of them being the WOW Festival in July.It has a very decent campsite and there are food stalls available for the duration of the festival.Check website for more details.