On Friday 23rd, Burrows Little's latest 10-screen cinema for The Light opened its doors to the Stockport public. When stepping inside this beautiful cinema, you can see a lot of love went into the design of the theatre. It has a classical feel, that old retro cineplex vibe, that has sadly all but vanished in modern times. There are pies sourced from local sources, beer from a local brewery and a cafe’ serving locally made cakes. The cinema is a pillar of community spirit and with the addition of a cafe’ serving a whole host of food, it’s not just a cinema. It’s a gathering and celebration of all things local. People, food and cinema all intertwined in a family-friendly sociable environment.
Every auditorium has a cosy, comfortable and homely vibe. The room is enhanced with mood lighting strips that remind one of a futuristic sci-fi spaceship console. There is plenty of room between the seats and loads space to stretch out and relax. Every single seat in the auditorium had a clear unobscured view of the huge screen.
The Redrock development includes lovely restaurants and an ever-improving landscape with a beautifully designed cinema at the very heart of the development. It's not corporate or intimidating. The Light Cinema fits snuggly and feels very welcome upon your approach to its lovely glass doors.
We are pleased to announce that Kasia Mogilnicka has been promoted to Project Architect.
Kasia became a registered architect in 2009 and joined Burrows Little in August 2016. Since then she has worked on major projects on both Uk and international projects. Ranging from the refurbishment programme at the major Itis Centre in Helsinki to contract documentation for The Light Cinemas at Bradford, Cambridge and Addlestone. Kasia has also been heavily involved in the concept design for projects at Redhill, Scarborough and Huddersfield.
We wish Kasia every success in her future work with us.
We are very pleased to announce that Jennie Tu has joined Burrows Little as our new Office Administrator. Jennie comes to us with a BA Hons in Contemporary Arts Practice from Bath Spa University, where she specialised in Graphic Arts. She has a keen eye for typography and assists Burrows Little not only with our company administration but also with graphic design, marketing and human resources. Beyond her English mother tongue, Jennie can also understand and speak some Cantonese. In her spare time she plays both flute and piano for which she has achieved Grade 8 Merits at the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music.
Jennie is a talented and flexible generalist and we are very pleased to have her here to strengthen our team.