1. Prince Charles Cinema
Stavroula Konidari: My favourite cinema down town. Get a lifetime membership. It's worth it.
Zeynep Artok: Best screen ever. But dont bother with 3D. 2D is better on that huge screen
Tim Gomersall: Good cinema for those films halfway between arthouse and mainstream.
6. Everyman Screen On The Green
7. BFI IMAX
Geoff Wakeling: Go to a late night 3D IMAX show & experience the huge screen to startling graphic effect
8. Apollo Cinemas
11. Vue Cinema
12. BFI Southbank
HISTORY UK: Formerly known as the National Film Theatre, this cinema is run by the BFI - British Film Institute, and hosts film festivals, special screenings and talks by leading figures in the industry.
13. Vue Cinema
Dan Hopchet: when its really busy with lines downstairs during busy wednesdays, remember you can also go upstairs to buy tickets and very few do. you're welcome
14. Barbican Centre
Sarah Badr: The calendar is jam-packed with things to see ranging from festivals, film, art, music and more. Read more.
15. Institute of Contemporary Arts
HISTORY UK: The ICA was founded in 1947 as a ‘playground’ for contemporary artists, and moved here in 1968. It hosted Damien Hirst’s first solo show and the debut London gig of Franz Ferdinand.
16. Vue Cinema
18. Odeon Cinema
20. Everyman Belsize Park
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