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309 Regent St, Marylebone, London W1B 2UW, UK – 020 7911 5050
A very nice cinema, with comfortable seating and decent sound. The screen is ample size for the auditorium, but if you're used to screens like IMAX, you might be disappointed. There's a bar with a good selection of spirits and beers, and the toilets are very clean. All in all a great movie going experience.
This Art Deco style cinema is simply beautiful and has been recently renovated by the University of Westminster. The cinema showcases classics as well as independent films, which is another major appeal. While you wait for your film to begin, there is a bar you can take advantage of (paid of course).
135 Shaftesbury Ave, London WC2H 8AH, UK – 0333 014 4501
Great experience watching a movie here. Staff and manager is excellent and movie, sound quality is good. Not bad for the price and decent food and drink options too. Some of the seats and cup holders could be cleaner, but apart from that, it's a really good place to watch a movie.
Nice central London cinema with reasonable sound and screen dimensions. Often offering good value tickets at off peak times.
63-65 Haymarket, St. James's, London SW1Y 4RL, UK
This is a good cinema, with one huge screen, which is great for epic movies. Not always that full so the atmosphere can be a little subdued. Friendly staff, though
Stadium seats and reserved does make this place a joy. It definitely has an 'old school' Vibe. The service was great and the prices are reasonable.
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
404 Strand, London WC2R 0NH, UK – 0330 333 4814
Intimate theatre with no bad seats and decent legroom. Seating in the stalls is relatively flat though, so beware tall people wearing big hats in the audience. The stage is raised enough to allow for a clear view for most. Unusually, opera glasses are available from row O in the stalls - despite the stage only being around 30-40 feet away. Handy if you forget your glasses I guess, but otherwise feels like an odd addition!
Tiny fairly well preserved theatre. It's squeezed in between other larger ' siblings' and it's easy to get pushed past the box office entrance so get here in good time to collect your tickets. I came to the order night of Dead Funny and it was. I was sat in the near to back row of the stalls and as it was a first ever solo trip to a theatre l didn't feel too exposed and my seated neighbours were very pleasant. I enjoyed the cosiness of the small venue, however it did mean one of the ushers did stare curiously at me bringing out my supper snacks from the bag beneath my seat !!
268-269 Tottenham Court Rd, Fitzrovia, London W1T 7AQ, UK – 020 7927 0900
Saw An American in Paris, best show I've seen! Fantastic music of Gershwin, beautiful dancing, and it had me the entire show. As someone who doesn't typically enjoy ballet, the ballet in this show was phenomenal. Truly talented storytellers, if I lived anywhere near London I would definitely come back. I've been listening to the soundtrack ever since! It was S'Wonderful! As for the theater, the seats were very comfortable and was very clean. They even sell ice cream during intermission as well.
Visited The American in Paris here. What an amazing show! Of course the music is fantastic, but also the performance was of the top level. So much energy coming from the stage! Great voices, good dancing (although clear that the actors didn't grow up with ballet shoes on their feet) and the decorations are just mindblowing! They've even rebuild the Radio City Music Hall on stage! Would definitely recommend this show to anyone in or visiting London!