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Movie Theaters in Melbourne, FL
1800 W Hibiscus Blvd
I think MAYBE Codyson was just having a bad day. This was the 1st theater I went to when I moved here, BEFORE they redecorated and turned it into stadium seating w/surround sound, etc. If climbing a few stairs to the arcade is too "inconvenient" for you, you probably would have terrorized the kids that go up there, simply for being kids. And why would you ASK if you could go to another theater? Of COURSE you could. That's your right. However if you were demanding your money back to do so, without having SEEN the movie you went for, or experiencing something awful, then it is THEIR right to not give you a refund. I don't know of anyPLACE, much less a theater that would. It's clear that you left out a great deal of the story....as we all know, there are three sides to each one; yours, theirs and the truth. Everyone I know loves going To the Oaks. You're decision to stay away has probably done their business a great service. There's a feeling one gets from your take that many people who might be there at the same time as you would complain about your patronage, just for our own sanity. OAKS 10.... Y'all keep doing your thing, because you've got being an awesome, comfortable, friendly theater down PAT!! I'LL be seeing you later today!
2.AMC Avenue 16
2241 Town Center Ave
4345 W New Haven Ave
Movie TheatersAmusement Places & Arcades
I've been to many movie theatres in my lifetime but this one is one of the best and especially when it's local. The seats recline and are comfy. There's plenty of leg room and cup holders to hold your drinks. The theatre is always clean no matter which room I've been in and the sound brings everything to life. The staff is friendly and eager to assist. A pleasurable evening every time I go.
2241 Town Center Ave
Screen Count: 16
5.Theatre Techniques for Executives
1199 Continental Ave
6.King Center For Performing Arts Ticket Office
3865 N Wickham Rd
Established in 1988, Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts is an entertainment venue that showcases a range of theatrical performances, musical events and dance programs. As a nonprofit, it is operated by Brevard Community College, a state-held agency. Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts is spread over an area of more than 126,000 square feet and features a nearly 2,000-seat performing arts hall, approximately 150-plus-seat black box theatre, art display areas, dance studios rehearsal halls and multiuse facilities. In addition, the venue offers space for organizing meetings, wedding receptions, business functions, and graduation and prom nights. Located in Melbourne, Fla., t provides event planning services, as well as performances by ballet, contemporary dance, opera, classical and country music artists.
7.Henegar Center For The Arts
625 E New Haven Ave
TheatresMovie TheatersConcert Halls
8.Satellite Beach Cinemas
1024 Highway A1a
Screen Count: 4
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