Cornerhouse (Nottingham) Reviews
Description:70 Oxford Street, Nottingham.
Newest Review: ... and instead of using a street name, I would normally tell someone to meet me at Cornerhouse. Inside the actual building you can find a Subway, Chiquitos and the Flaming Dragon. Outside of the building however, there is much more choice. You could go to Nandos, Pizza Hut, TGI Fridays, Tamatanga, The Slug and Lettuce, Bella Italia and more. I love that there is so much choice here for places ... more
Customer Cornerhouse (Nottingham) Reviews (3)
by - written on 26/12/11 (Very useful, 39 readings)
When I first moved to Nottingham, I didn't know the Cornerhouse even existed let alone what it actually was. I had heard people mention it before but was a bit baffled and didn't think to look into it any further. It wasn't until a friend and I decided to go to the cinema there that I had to figure out where and what it was. You can find the Cornerhouse on the corner of Burton Street and South Sherwood Street in the city centre, not far from the main street which is Parliament Street if you have never been there before. When people talk about the Cornerhouse, sometimes they can be referring to a whole area. Next to the actual building are a lot of restaurants ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/11 (Very useful, 268 readings)
The Cornerhosue in Nottingham is an entertainment complex which was built on the former site of the Nottingham Evening Post building (Nottingham's local newspaper). It comprises of a multi screen cinema, casino, nightclub / comedy club and various bars and restaurants. ~~~~~The Cinema~~~~~ Cineworld cinema is a 14 screen multiplex cinema located on the second and third floors of the Cornerhouse building. It is a very modern cinema complex showing mainly blockbuster and 3D films. The prices are currently: Adult (after 5pm Mon-Fri, all day Sat-Sun) £7.90 Adult (before 5pm Mon-Fri) £6.60 Child (14 & Under)/Student £5.50 Senior ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/01, updated on 20/07/01 (Very useful, 162 readings)
'The Works' nightclub first opened in May 2001, part of the newly built 'Cornerhouse' building on Burton Street. For those who know Nottingham, it is situated where the old Evening Post building was, next to Trinity Square. The Cornerhouse also houses TGI Fridays, Warner Cinema and some other restaurants. It is a large nightclub covering 2 floors. There are a number of nooks and crannies - different rooms and areas. I have only been on Friday nights where the music is classified as "dance anthems" - covering a variety of dance tracks from the last 15-20 years, but there are different themes throughout the week. It is open 7 days a week ... Read the complete review
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