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135 Shaftesbury Ave, London WC2H 8AH, UK – 0333 014 4501
Great cinema in the centre of London, cheap tickets Monday to Thursday (£6.50). Screens vary in size, but always been big enough to enjoy the screening.
Good cinema for their cheap screenings, Monday-Thursdays is only about £6 a ticket. Solid range of films, helpful staff.
1 Charlie Chaplin Walk, Lambeth, London SE1 8XR, UK – 0870 787 2525
I've always enjoyed my movies at BFI IMAX but this time I came with my daughter. It was her first experience. We watched Ancient China and my daughter thoroughly enjoyed herself. The staff were very nice especially Samantha. Thank you ever so much for the wonderful experience. We can't wait to come again.
A unique experience! Quite enough leg space and comfortable seats. The staff are very helpful and friendly. Now that I've visited it once, I am sure to return for some more great movies!
142 Fulham Rd, London SW10 9QR, UK – 0871 200 2000
Nice and central, but the reception area is very small and cramped. The good part is the connected Starbucks which has a very nice decoration and very welcoming sitting area. Otherwise the chairs and cleanliness is like other Cineworlds - better than expected. Lights don't go off completely when movie starts playing, which is biggest and possibly only complain with Cineworld in general, and this cinema is no exception.
Alright. Older theatre, CIneworld have a great deal of unlimited movies in a month which is fun to take advantage of. A bit of a pain to get to depending on where you're coming from. Busses aren't the most frequent!
Sloane Square, Chelsea, London SW1W 8AS, UK – 020 7565 5000
Lovely old theatre next to Slone Square with a great restaurant and bar in the basement. Somewhat shallow seats in the balcony. Great artistic director.
Brilliant theatre that allows new writers a chance plus has many great shows. It has big names as well. A wonderful London theatre without some of the disadvantages of the West End. Great for theatre lovers.
3-5 Catherine St, London WC2B 5LA, UK – 0330 333 4810
Thoroughly enjoyed my visit, but my review is clouded by the show we saw ('The Play That Goes Wrong'' - side splittingly funny). There are many, many good restaurants nearby, with a sprinkling of pubs. The theatre had security checking at the entrance, which engendered confidence in their commitment to patron safety. There is a very small bar on the ground floor, immediately to your right as you enter - prices are expensive, as in all theatres. So, go to a nearby pub beforehand, such as The Wellington around the corner on The Strand.
Saw The Play That Goes Wrong here. Hilarious. Theatre small but very nice. Great seat & view
404 Strand, London WC2R 0NH, UK – 0330 333 4814
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 !!
Stepping Out. Absolutely brilliant. Natalie Casey's comic timing is superb. I love that she throws herself into a role and doesn't care what faces she pulls or how she looks. She's beautifully funny and touchingly warm in this. Amanda Holden also great as was Obermans stand in. Thoroughly enjoyed it and Michael on the box office was super cheery too..x