Central Shopping Mall, 36 Parkfield St, The Angel, London N1 0PS, UK – 0345 308 4620
Great location. Usual overpriced terrible popcorn. Some great screens and the latest blockbusters.
Good location, easy access to ticketing. Not so clean inside the theatre and restrooms, improvements of the seatings and outdated interiors would be helpful.
Aubin & Wills Store, 64-66 Redchurch St, London E2 7DP, UK – 020 3376 1777
Comfortable living room setting to watch on the big screen with comfy blankets, armchairs and small table side lights. Very nice. A bit dirty on way in but nothing too dissimilar to other places around brick lane and the area. staff are friendly,you can buy drinks and food to take in the cinema and there is seating for a get together with friends near the bar.
Great place to have coffee or breakfast at any time of the day. Cozy and comfortable place to work. Strange combination of hair saloon, café and cinema makes it even better!
83 Upper St, London N1 0NP, UK – 0871 906 9060
A great cinematic experience. comfy sofas, foot rests and blankets... good priced wine and pizza delivered to your seats.. small groups, friendly staff, late night screenings. It feels more like a friendly social club and therefore far more enjoyable than the sterile, expensive Vue next door.
Comfortably the best cinema in London. All of the seats are comfy, well spaced out (read: loads of leg and elbow room), and have great sight lines. The screen and the sound are excellent. There's a bar at the back of the theatre. And the programme is reliably excellent. Gotta love the Screen on the Green.
Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS, UK – 020 7638 4141
First time at Barbican and I heard so much good over the years living in London... I can't wait for Spring or Summer to go back and see it all. I came only to see "Vulgar"😍 on it's last day, so I was concentrated to find Gallery asap, which is not easy. Barbican is a maze but they employ right people, who are very willing to help, are polite and nice and who know their stuff...Congratulations!!!!! Keep up the good work!!!!☺
Great multi purpose venue for slightly left field theatre/ dance and art (fashion exhibitions). The conservatory is also a mini oasis but the best bits I think is their shop and the amazing outdoor space which are especially great on a sunny day. It's an oasis in the city surrounded by a concrete jungle.
Catherine St, London WC2B 5JF, UK – 0844 412 4660
I went to see Charlie and the chocolate factory which is a must see show. Sitting in the stalls had a very good view. If you are not one to move around much I would advise getting more centered seats as during breaks there is a lot of people coming back and forth. Food is very overpriced but so are all the theaters. The show was amazing, and the theater has so much character and history.
Nice theatre with good views even from the very back. Very reduced leg room in upper circle and access is via a door in side of theatre and up about 4 flights of stairs. You get what you pay for though and just being able to see the show mainly unobstructed from that height is a luxury
3-5 Catherine St, London WC2B 5LA, UK – 0330 333 4810
Anything to do with 'the play that goes wrong' or similar productions is good anywhere. All London theatre are much the same...short on leg room. Staff are brilliant and very helpful.
Went to see The play that went wrong, very funny and entertaining afternoon.. The duchess theatre was perfect.. Never been before. Brilliant location, not the biggest venue by far but well worth the visit