Which is the best cinema in London

The 5 best cinemas in London


Comfortable sofas and a menu with pizza, honey-roasted cashew nuts and oreo milkshakes - the Everyman Cinemas are by far our favorite cinemas!

In addition, films are often shown here that other cinemas have already canceled.Locations:

more than 10 cinemas within the M25, including Baker Street, Hampstead and Esher.You can find a complete list here:


Electric Cinema Portobello

Do you like to watch films in bed, but you really want to see a current film?No problem. Just visit the Electric Cinema Portobello.

Stunning decor and drinks including champagne or decadent hot chocolate ... what more could you ask for?


Portobello - 191 Portobello Road, Notting Hill, W11 2ED.Shoreditch - 64-66 Redchurch St, E2 7DP

Regent Street Cinema

This cinema has films for everyone in its repertoire, both new releases and some golden oldies such as Gone With the Wind.

The building, built in 1848, was converted into a cinema in 1980 and impresses with its furnishings as well as its atmosphere and experience.Location:

309 Regent St, W1B 2HWPicturehouse Cinemas

With a total of nine locations across London, including the Clapham Picturehouse, a stylish movie theater experience is never far away.

Picturehouse Central even has a restaurant that overlooks the neon signs of the theaters on Shaftesbury Avenue. A delicious meal after a movie is just a stone's throw away.

Location:9 across London

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