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309 Regent St, Marylebone, London W1B 2UW, UK – 020 7911 5050
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).
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.
87 Notting Hill Gate, Kensington, London W11 3JZ, UK – 0871 902 5731
Lovely place to see a film, great choice of films here, only disadvantage is having the ladies' loo right at the front, and the staff right at the back!
A lovely old cinema ..only bettered by Odeon Kensington which has now been destroyed for luxury flats with a cinema going in the basement operated by the guys that run th Gate apparantly
17 Queensberry Pl, Kensington, London SW7 2DT, UK – 020 7871 3515
Great place! Classic french movies and quiet library
The best ambience, location, venue and the most exquisite programme of European, indie and less commercial movies
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
15 Gordon St, Bloomsbury, London WC1H 0AH, UK – 020 3108 1000
Good place for uni productions. Theater is large enough to provide the atmosphere
The theatre is in refurbishment at the moment, but the studio is open. It's a nice, small space
16B Jermyn St, St. James's, London SW1Y 6ST, UK – 020 7287 2875
Totally blown away by last nights performance of All our children, hopefully this will hit radio so everyone can have the chance to experience this thought provoking drama. Theatre itself is really nice, a little hard to find especially if your not a native. But worth the hunt and well worth the time.
A lovely theatre space that's compact and bijou. Good view from all seats but it's cosy! There's a small bar too. The quality of the productions is very high here and it makes a change to be so close to the action.