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191 Portobello Rd, London W11 2ED, UK – 020 7908 9696
Iconic Notting Hill movie theater showing current movies, and classic flicks. Wonderful interior space with lounge seats, cashmere blankets, a bar, food and snacks, and ottomans to kick your feet up while you sit back and enjoy the show. There are also front beds, designed for two people to lay down and watch the movie, which is super fun!!!
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:)
Baker St, Marylebone, London W1U 6TJ, UK – 0871 906 9060
This place is everything you want when you are watching a movie. The staff were very kind. I had a mix up with my ticket and they helped me out and got everything sorted and were so kind about it, even though they didn’t have to. The couches are really comfortable and the theatre is small and intimate, feels like home. The mix sweet and salty popcorn is so good as well. Overall an amazing experience, highly recommend.
Comfortable seating (like watching cinema from your own couch, but better), perfect arrangement and love the snack options. The staff are welcoming and friendly. Popcorn is butterfly popcorn instead of mushroom popcorn which would be my only complaint - still, all in all a fantastic place to catch a movie while cuddling with a friend/partner.
309 Regent St, Marylebone, London W1B 2UW, UK – 020 7911 5050
FANTASTIC! A really beautiful Art deco cinema. Wonderful wine options too! Great place ☺
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.
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.
58-60 Hampstead Rd, Kings Cross, London NW1 2PY, UK – 020 7419 4841
Amazing theatre showing some of the best new work in London. Great cosy bar where you can have a drink before or after the show. Look out for their festivals which tend to be themed around pertinent issues and topics of the moment.
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.
16B Jermyn St, St. James's, London SW1Y 6ST, UK – 020 7287 2875
Top notch productions in a small intimate venue. Great view from all seats.
Compact intimate theatre seating perhaps 60-65 people just off London's Haymarket and showcasing various plays and musicals usually new writings but some older niche productions.