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A marvellous cinema. Lovely ambience - the antithesis of boring multiplexes. Great seats, lots of legroom and flawless sightlines. A contender for best cinema in London.
You can take your G&T in with you when you watch the film. How civilised!
Awesome movie and pretty nice theatre. But WAY TOO MANY ads before the start.
This cinema is a throwback to the 60s/70s! Lovely ambience. Posh clientele. The main screen looks great, but unfortunately we were screen 2 - which is tiny. Would like to go back to see screen 1!
Great cinema and I would definitely go again. Screen 2 was great and it was nice and intimate, which is perfect for watching a documentary.
Nice cosy cinema - works well for most films
Very nice cinema ;)
Comfortable seats, but not when considering the £14.50 ticket cost.
Screen I is fab. Comfortable roomy seats and great view of the big screen. In contrast screen 2 is tiny with seats very close to the screen particularly if you are in the front row.
I love being here. Such a warm and ambient glow of old fashionedness.
Difficult to find as it is tucked away in Mayfair but this is the classiest cinema in London.
Classiest toilets in any cinema I've seen.
great cinema in a great part of town
Tickets are £8 for everyone on all shows before 5 on weekdays.