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|New highs on the back of more directors buying but I see Shroders have sold 600k shares.|
|Series of director purchases; positive noises from the company when they released their full year results; increasing market share. I'm a frequent visitor, and business seems brisk. Reminds me in some ways of David Lloyd leisure a business which is being grown to critical mass by the original investors and which would represent an easily digestible and earnings enhancing acquisition for one of the bigger players.Looks like an interesting and potentially very profitable investment.|
|Numbers look good. Revenues up 45% ; diluted eps 0.1p as opposed to a loss of -1.08p
Is it on a upward momentum?
Might invest after having had a detailed look.|
|Good numbers and expectations for 2017 increased|
|Good to see them also promise to end zero hours.|
The bottom line.
"The Group incurred a loss after tax for the period of GBP670,000 (30 June 2015: a loss of GBP430,000, full year to 31 December 2015: a loss of GBP556,000)."
Current Trading "..a reasonable overall summer....." - that doesn't sound very upbeat to me.
Thirty quid for two tickets to see an ordinary film at Muswell Hill is very, very steep. That's before you buy any snacks, ices or mojito's at £7.75 a pop.
Still not convinced that this pricing structure will work in the 'burbs.
Good Luck to Everyman but at those seat prices, it's a still a big call.
ALL IMO. DYOR.
|Its been quite a rise from they made that statement QP ....|
|I don't really know what " Significant increase in financial performance" means.
A poorly worded RNS in my opinion.
In April they said that they were trading in-line with expectations.
I think that another RNS clarifying what "significant increase in financial performance" means would perhaps be in order.
My guess is that it means higher revenue due to more seats coming on-stream but I would personally be very surprised if it means significantly greater profitability due to the ongoing cost of new openings/refurbs and associated costs.
ALL IMO. DYOR.
My reading is that since the new management came in about 2009 they have stopped being an arts cinema like the old Hampstead Everyman was and have become a general cinema although they do not have films which appeal to children/ teenagers. For Maida Vale, Hampstead, Belsize, Baker Street it has been a good formula; I have not been to the Barnet one but the Muswell Hill one(which has yet to be refurbished properly) seems to be always empty and can understand the questions you have in your 171.
I am not a shareholder but have looked at it-put off by the illiquidity and questions as to how transferable the formula is from inner North London.|
|Happy with today's results perhaps they should introduce complimentary tickets for shareholders.|
|Don't get over to the UK too much, but visited the Leeds site a couple of weeks ago, really impressed...............|
|Read across from CINE..... just 3 trades :-S|
Esher Odeon converting to Everyman for 'improved viewing experience'
Refurbishments planned for Esher High Street cinema upon its switch from Odeon to Everyman
Esher looks set to swap cinema franchises, with independent chain Everyman moving in to replace Odeon and create an ‘improved viewing experience’.
Though Everyman will not yet confirm the move, planning documents on the Elmbridge Borough Council website have revealed that it is making the move to replace Odeon at 20-22 in the High Street.
|one sale of 10,000 @ 83p knocking it back to 83p - 90p quote.|
|Esher Odeon converting to Everyman for 'improved viewing experience'
|Everyman Muswell Hill|
|Computer-generated images of how Everyman Cinema will look in the new £30million Bell Court shopping centre
|'UK & European submit plans for £30m Stratford redevelopment'
UK & European Investments has submitted a revised planning application to redevelop Stratford Town Square in the heart of Stratford-upon-Avon.
If approved, the £30m redevelopment would deliver over 70,000 sq ft of retail, restaurant and leisure space, including a four screen Everyman cinema
|Barnet Odeon closes to become an Everyman Cinema
|5500 and 2500 @ 89.4p are both buys|