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135 Shaftesbury Ave, London WC2H 8AH, UK – 0333 014 4501
The facade of this former 1930's theatre features some deft Art Deco touches, especially the detailed frieze featuring a cavalcade of entertainers through the ages. Legendary late Sixties rock venue, where the 'cream' of Rock aristocracy performed including the last London gig of The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Cinema offers very reasonably priced tickets for matinees. Though not state-of-the-art nor 'luxurious,' certainly compares favourably with most central London venues.
Nice Cinema with value for money screen sizes (£6 something Mon- Thu off peak ). Seatings are not bad nor excellent however the leg room especially if you've got long legs it'll benefit you. Image and audio quality are good ( not best one ). Also being a limitless member of Odeon I would say its a pretty decent branch. Note that they don't sell the Ice Blast drink there. But they do sell other drinks and popcorn.
63-65 Haymarket, St. James's, London SW1Y 4RL, UK
Only cinema I go too now. Amazing staff like nowhere else and not overpriced, has a bar and just so relaxed. Much better than expensive overpriced cinemas charging you for the extra Nutella machine they may provide...
Went there with my friend to redeem our free cinema tickets from Sweet Sundays and it was great. Great atmosphere in the cinema
24-26 Leicester Square, London WC2H 7JY, UK – 0333 014 4501
One of the iconic places to watch a movie. You too can follow your movie faves into the grand movie palace...... Well it's true but the real joy is friendly staff, good screens. Would have been a 5 star but like all London cinemas the price is eye watering. Bring your own food and drink to prevent your wallet catching bursting into flames at the damage.
Great main screen with good seating area. A great place to go and watch big blockbuster movies with friends. Overall great experience!
5 Aldwych, London WC2B 4LD, UK – 0844 482 5138
Great theatre, great stuff! Too bad my daughter and I could not fully enjoy the show (Mamma Mia) for some rude and abnoxious girls behinds us who talked the whole time. There were many announcements about cell phones and photos, perhaps something should be mentioned about staying quite as well, although those ignorant girls would have probably ignored it anyway.
All well kept theatres with great staff.
Sloane Square, Chelsea, London SW1W 8AS, UK – 020 7565 5000
All the plays I've seen so far there have been top quality and the staff are super nice. I've never been told off for having my drink on the ledge in such a polite manner in my life! Also easy access from central london on tube and right next to the tube station. Bar is open to public so check it out. It's in a cool underground space and has decent prices.
Great to go back to watch a new writing play. The restaurant looks always lively but I have never had a proper diner there so I can't comment. Great venue for a drink. Also there is a small book shop to buy Royal Court plays
10 Craven St, London WC2N 5PE, UK – 020 7930 5868
Brilliant. Very reasonable prices for Central. Gets lively from 11, so be prepared to queue. Pianist from 11. Open till 2 so always a good night. Lovely for a quiet drink early evening if you like peace.
Nice, intimate theatre