UGC Cinema (Glasgow) Reviews
Description:The Forge, 1221 Gallowgate, Glasgow, G31 4EB.
Newest Review: ... at the end beside the window) is clear glass so you can look out onto the street below as you travel upwards, so if you're afraid of heights, you'd be best to avoid this one. Unfortunately, the lifts are mirrored, which always makes me a bit self-conscious, especially if I'm coming out of a movie after guzzling a tonne of popcorn and sweeties and suddenly realise my jeans are seeming a bit ... more
Customer UGC Cinema (Glasgow) Reviews (2)
by - written on 08/10/04, updated on 18/10/04 (Very useful, 3181 readings)
Now before I start, this topic is for UGC cinema, Glasgow. The address at the top of the page mentions the UGC cinema at the Forge, but I'm going to review the newer UGC cinema in Glasgow that can be found on Renfew Street. The UGC on Renfew street was only completed a few years back and is the tallest cinema in Europe. With 19 screens, you are almost guaranteed to be able to pop in at any time and catch a movie that's "up your street". It is easy to find...in fact, it's rather hard to miss as you can see it towering above the other buildings and can walk there easily from Buchanan Street. There are signs outside the cinema doors showing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/02, updated on 30/04/02 (Very useful, 2450 readings)
UGC I believe are a French cinema company. The bought the Virgin Cinema chain recently and one of those was the partially built UGC Cinema in Renfrew St, Glasgow. Now prior to the opening of the cinema I was a patron of Odeon who provided a good service, I was totally blown away by UGC though. The cinema in question is housed right in the City Centre. First impressions last and the creme and brown building almost dominates the Glasgow city centre skyline and can be seen from several streets away. Upon arriving at the cinema I was staggered at the vast array films to watch. The fact there are so many films on show is down to the 18 screens the cinema ... Read the complete review