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Bluewater, Dartford, Greenhithe DA9 9ST, UK – 0871 220 1000
Good time spent here.. although customer service staff are quite rude at times... not friendly in the slightest.. kiosk staff rude... no skills whatsoever... I understand the place can be busy and full on... but no need to be rude with it!
A perfect cinema to visit and the one I frequent, particularly you will have a truly brilliant time if you are happy to spend a bit extra and buy dinner here. The best chicken around, and with a gallery ticket you are able to have food bought directly into the cinema to you at request. I always will buy a gallery ticket when visiting just at least for the luxury treatment the staff provide. Its outstanding and well worth a try! HIGHLY recommended.
Home Gardens, Dartford DA1 1ED, UK – 01322 220000
Nice mid sized local theatre. Friendly helpful staff. Accessible for people with mobility difficulties. Even seats with restricted view are fine. No sitting behind a post here. Only down side is when restaurant is closed only food available is fried. Also 2 bars so hopefully not too long a wait. Good variety of shows on all year long with some big names involved.
A good venue with a great atmosphere. This place attracts the better acts on the circuit. The art deco inspired blue neon lights really adds a classy touch to this otherwise fairly modern theatre.
Oakfield Ln, Dartford DA1 2JT, UK – 01322 629422
We went to the Miskin to watch my nephew perform the lead role in Half a Sixpence. He was brilliant, of course, but the production was amazing along with the complete cast. Lovely little intimate theatre! 😊
Loved it! I visited recently, to watch my Neice star in a play called The Lives They Left Behind. Fantastically performed by young group of college students. The storyline itself was superb but heart wrenching also. Quite interested now in seeing what other shows ate being held at the Miskin Theatre. Plenty of parking spaces outside, a little bar inside the theatre with quite unreasonably priced drinks.
Central Rd, Dartford DA1 1LU, UK
Whilst Central Park is closed for the night, this outdoor theatre comes alive. So if are travelling by car, don't forget to park in the Acacia Hall car park, and not Central Park car park as it will close before the show ends As an outdoor Theatre the overall experience depends more on the weather than the performers, but I must say I've been impressed with both. There are very nice toilets here, being so new and well equipped, but I suspect the ladies are too small for the venue, especially when filled to capacity. The stage is well lit, but it is little more than a raised platform so don't expect West End production values. As there is no seating plan, anyone with a mobility or visual disability may find it easier to arrive later and take up a front row or side position that facilitates a quick and easy exit. Also I'd recommend brining a small picnic, as there are no interval ice cream or drink options here. Best of all was the low ticket price for a high quality show.