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Broadway Cafe Bar, Nottingham

Broadway Cafe Bar
14-18 Broad Street
  Tel: 0871 951 1000
Web: Broadway Cafe Bar

Added: 4/24/2012
Modified: 7/2/2012 11:13:23 PM

Written By Paul Privy

Fancy a beer or some nosh before watching a flick? Then this cinema bar is definitely for you.

A very busy and popular bar, some customers just come in to use the bar for social gatherings etc.. We just visited though to check the sh*tters out!!

Early days - Broadway’s seen its fair share of famous faces. Originally the building was the Wesleyan Chapel, Booth was inspired by a preacher to devote his life to helping the poor. He moved to London and, in 1878, founded the Salvation Army.

In 1957 the Nottingham & District Film Society merged with the Nottingham Co-operative Film Society. The newly formed Film Society began running monthly screenings of international and archive films in the auditorium of the Co-operative Educational Centre, which finally opened in 1959. In the same year, the Film Society began discussions with the British Film Institute (BFI) about gaining official status as a Regional Film Theatre.

On 22 September 1966 the Nottingham Film Theatre opened its doors to the public – the first in a wave of Regional Film Theatres to be established around the UK in the late 1960s and early 1970s. With BFI sponsorship it began screening films three days a month.

Broadway Cinema was born out of a consortium of four local media organisations: Nottingham Film Theatre; New Cinema Workshop; Midland Group; and Nottingham Video Project. With support from the BFI, East Midlands Arts, Nottingham City Council and Nottinghamshire County Council, the building became the Broadway Cinema and had its first screening (Enemies - A love Story) on 31st August 1990.

Nowadays the cinema shows all the latest film releases plus old retro films.

The cafe Bar is fantastic and always seems to have a nice atmosphere. Big seating inside plus a seating area outside for the warmer months.

Fairly good selection of beer considering, and they do their own 'Broadway Reel Ale' which is very nice and reasonably priced.

Good food menu in here, a big menu offering every international cuisine you can think of. The curries and pizzas looked nice.

Now lets go and have a look at the long awaited sh*tters.

The toilets here are located across from the cafe bar in a little corridor area. Both ladies and gents are in the same area.

First impressions, a big, dark sh*thouse.

Décor in here is very dark, black flooring with dark black and red walls.

The room itself is weirdly shaped with urinals and cubicles leading off everywhere.

Overall there is around five urinals which line the back wall. There is two cubicles which are located on the left hand side of the toilet room wall. On the other side there is another cubicle.

An inspection of one cubicle reveals a very tight space. The door has been fitted to near the toilet bowel. We found it hard to close the cubicle door without getting p*ss rubbing on our trouser legs.

The bowl was clean enough, just enough toilet paper to clean up after my massive sh*t. The bowl stank a bit like haddock though!

Come back out of the cubicle and the wash sinks are located near to the entrance door.

Around four wash sinks which worked nice and fine. Soap dispensers on both walls. Two hand dryers located on the other side opposite the wash sinks, which again worked OK.

To conclude we think the loos were OK, but we didn't like how dark it seemed in here. Tight cubicles which we were not delighted with.

But overall not a bad sh*thouse.

Come here to watch a flick, have a beer or a bit of scran in the bar and then take a missive dump in these sh*tters.


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