To be fair, I don't think that the place is in such a bad condition that such a refurbishment as other reviewers stated is needed. It is old and charming, but I've seen much worst places. I do believe however that the gap between the screen and the seats on screen 1 is too much, so you always feel distant and the legroom was the worst I've ever experienced in my life. Not even the back rows of West End theatres, which tend to have these issues, are so bad. You literally had people putting their feet over the front seats to accommodate themselves properly. Also the image quality wasn't the best. In the beginning of the movie you could see these waves to the side of the screen which were a bit annoying.
Also, the staff is amazingly incompetent and the crowd this venue attracts doesn't make it any easier. If you are late for your movie (like I was) and you have to queue for your ticket and are unlucky enough to have a 40 year old lady in front of you with 4 kids to watch a 3D movie, then you're in for a ride as they decide what to drink, how many of them are actually going, how many glasses are necessary and then the staff needs time to process all of this, work out prices, child discounts, so on, so on, so on... Will not be coming back anytime soon. Because of this, not because of the condition of the place.