Want to advertise on this website? Create your advert now.
14 Parkway, Camden Town, London NW1 7AA, UK – 0333 014 4501
Really enjoyed my experience here. From the outside it looks very small but I was pleasantly surprised once inside. No complaints with the visuals or audio, both were very good. The seating was also excellent with no obstructions where I was or in fact anywhere else in the room I was in (screen 3). If I had one complaint it would be that I found it quite hard to find my seats in the dark as the numbers/lettering are not very visible.
The advantages of this Odeon rely mostly on its very convenient location I think. However, some screens are small, in which they perform the least popular movies, so it actually kind of makes sense that not all screens are huge. Took off one star because once the movie didn’t finish, there were some technical issues with the equipment so we couldn’t watch the last 20 minutes or so of the movie. They did offer free passes for that or any other movie, but still, I spent 2 hours sitting there to not get the complete movie, it was a waste of my time. But anyway, that’s the only bad experience I’ve ever had. So, because of its location (near to my home), and sometimes convenient prices, I might be coming back.
191 Portobello Rd, London W11 2ED, UK – 020 7908 9696
This place is unbelievable. When you walk up to it outside, you would think it’s a small cinema. But it is a large one with a huge screen. Mix of comfy sofa seats, normal seating and these super comfy beds at the front with blankets. Food and drinks available to purchase at the back and the food is great. Fantastic place for a date
The best way to watch a movie. It takes you back in time when cinemas were not just how many people can you squeeze in one auditorium but how comfortable it is. You get your own armchair to crawl in and a foot rest ottoman. If you open the ottoman there is a cashmere blanket in there to wrap around you and feel cosy. There is food too and drinks that you can enjoy from your little side table with a cute little lamp. It is not pricier than a usual cinema but you get so much more for your money. Food and drinks are not included in the ticket price. Enjoy:)
309 Regent St, Marylebone, London W1B 2UW, UK – 020 7911 5050
This beautifully restored art deck cinema in Regent Street was featured by Robert Elms on one of his Saturday BBC radio London shows. Think it used to be part of the L.S.E. Happened to be in the West end on the opening day so popped in to a shiny, gorgeous black bar for a coffee to take in to the Art Deco cinema. I watched old black & white BBC Arena newsreels from the 1950' s - ........on. What a delight, especially as I was by myself on a rainy day in London.
Amazing atmosphere and comfortable seats. Steep enough so that the view is completely clear. Special nights with refreshments are always well organized, might need to book in advance to find place though. Really wish it was a little bit cheaper, as I would then always be there.
11 Pembridge Rd, Notting Hill, London W11 3HQ, UK – 020 7229 0706
A lovely little theatre with an incredible line up of eye opening productions. Presenting theatre that makes you think, engage and challenge your ideas / perceptions. Its a tiny space, but with brilliant staff and attention to every detail they've made a beautifully inclusive space that supports inspirational theatre.
Great cosy little theatre for a unique night out. Would highly recommend seeing a play here in support of the grass roots theatre scene.
Victoria St, Westminster, London SW1E 5EA, UK – 0844 482 5138
Gorgeous theatre. Plenty of bars so easy to get a drink before a show and good interval service as well. Also, always have cups and large jugs of water available. Seats are comfortable and good view of the stage (having now sat in both circles). Feels very intimate for the size. Ladies toilets, still queues but not as bad as other places I've been. Oh and Hamilton is amazing. Stunning show with so many layers.
I went to see this show on the 21/04/18 Stalls row B seat 16. The excitement after over a year of booking my ticket it was worth every pound and more.There is no single word to describe this feat of story telling. From the set, the costumes, the choreography, and the awesome music to the outstanding cast for bringing Hamilton to life. Had me in tears (very rare for a stage production last time this happened was when I went to see West Side Story). Hamilton for me told through hip-hop & rap music is truly a phenomenon - the best thing I have ever seen onstage. A very profoundly poignantly and proudly told story of a founding father forgotten in the pages of history - what a remarkable way to be remembered all these years later. And Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton (Hamilton's wife) left a incredible legacy of her own. Took Lin-Manuel Miranda 7 years to write the play after reading a book on Alexander Hamilton. He then went on to write the book, music and lyrics and starred in the Broadway musical Hamilton. What an amazing guy. Thank you :))
58-60 Hampstead Rd, Kings Cross, London NW1 2PY, UK – 020 7419 4841
Came to watch a sidesplitting sketch show called Stupid Zoo and had the best night. Great venue with talented acts and a nice bar. Staff were very friendly and accommodating.
Awesome little theatre. Specialises is 'edgy' theatre if you're into that kinda thing. Definitely has a young alternative vibe. The other big plus is that it's situated next to a street full of tasty Indian cuisine. So you can eat some Indian, grab a beer at the venue then go watch some cheap theatre too. A great night. A full price ticket is £12.