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.
Nice and cosy cinema, with comfy armchairs. Not too expensive..but not as nice as the Electric Cinema Portabello
Central Shopping Mall, 36 Parkfield St, The Angel, London N1 0PS, UK – 0345 308 4620
I come to this cinema most of the time due to its location. They have many screens, it all looks and sounds great. The place is well kept and mostly clean. The prices are a little too high in my opinion.
Same price for an Adult standard ticket as the nearby Camden Odeon but so much better! Ample legroom, comfy seats, well calibrated picture and sound. You can book your seat in advance which is great for those of us who want the best position. Generally two-thirds of the way back in the centre of the row should be bang on.
Surrey Quays Leisure Park, Redriff Road, London, Surrey Quays SE16 7LL, UK – 0333 014 4501
Most screens are large. Parking is exceptionally spacious. Customer service was really good. Overall it's a really good place to go if you have a small or large family.
Very convenient if you are local. Good selection of films. Hall is mainly deserted since introduced the ticket machines and popcorn is overpriced as usual. Do not expect smiles greetings or help. Toilets are hitting from low the average standard.
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.
'The play that went wrong' is really good. Highly recommended. Theatre is small so any seat has a good 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
147 Tooley St, London SE1 2HZ, UK – 020 7645 0560
This theatre has children and families in mind. How refreshing! It caters for all needs.
Lovely theatre. The Iron Man got mixed reviews but was brilliant and fairly reasonably priced.