Well, not quite a pub, more of a decadent wine & cocktail bar better suited to Bond’s taste – Everyman is a new type of cinema oozing with style, where you can enjoy their beautiful surroundings film or not.
Everyman, an independent network of boutique cinemas across the UK, are all about quality, comfort and creating a warm & friendly atmosphere within their 35 locations. More than just a cinema, each venue has their own luxurious bar and lounge areas, serving delicious hand-stretched pizzas, juicy Spielburgers and tapas-style sharing boards, along with specially selected wines, hand-crafted cocktails and fresh creamy milkshakes.
You haven’t got to watch a film to enjoy an Everyman. The bars can be hidden gems tucked away on a busy high street or in the shopping centre, with some even having roof-top bars with views across the city like the Leeds, Lincoln & Horsham venues.
The screens themselves, from the small and intimate to the larger auditoriums, are equipped with their signature velvet sofas and plump cushions, making the experience even more enjoyable. And all food & drink can be delivered right to your sofa – don’t forget the popcorn!
With a wide array of mainstream, independent and classic films, special events, launches and a diverse calendar of live satellite broadcasts, there is something for everyone at Everyman. Screens and spaces are also available for private hire, perfect for drinks soirees, children’s parties, private screenings or corporate hospitality & business presentations.
Ahead of next week’s UK premiere of James Bond, and as one of the fastest-growing independent cinema networks in the UK, we wanted to show you a cinema with a difference. Expect to see an Everyman arrive in a town or city near you as they expand into numerous new sites over the coming months and years.
What are you waiting for? With all the exciting items on their menu, there is No Time To Die(t)!* For a full list of locations and a dedicated publist go to: www.useyourlocal.com/publist/if-pubs-did-premieres-everyman-cinemas-1766.