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With over 700 screens at 82 cinemas across the UK and Ireland, Vue offers you the ultimate cinema experience.
Don't queue outside for tickets in the rain as there are plenty of self service ticket machines inside. You can also buy tickets at the concessions.
Screen nine is absolutely tiny. Unless you're sitting on the front five rows, it's like watching a telly. Still, 4K goodness!
Great place to watch the latest blockbuster movies
(( Now you see me )) it really amazing movie don't missed 😉👊
Try sweet pop corn (instead of classic salty). It's...heaven!!
The trailers take forever.
Screen 7 is a large screen.
The screeners are so small.
£27 for 2 is very steep, especially when we are used to paying about £6 per person at home.
£15 pounds to watch a movie? (Hangover II) In Belgium it's only 8 euro!
You can pay at icecream bar and snackbar, rather than wait at box office. And the toilet on the bottom floor is tiny, so avoid going to the loo after the movie
Hidden away, a wee gem.
Located on Leicester Square; this cinema hosts huge blockbusters
Teeny weeny screens
avoid movies on screen 8, the smallest in europe. lol.
Won't waste my money coming here ever again, I've learnt my lesson. The screens are tiny and there are much nicer independent cinemas all over London.
In screen 5 seats on Rows A to D don't have best rake so choose seats from E backwards
The toilets here are awful. Also check that the frozen fanta machine is working before you buy it. Some of the girls are happy to sell you one even though it's just syrup.
Don't be waylaid in the Foyer turn right and up the stairs.
Kinda loud in screen 3
Screen 7, is amazing!!! See an action flick here.
Overpriced as f*ck...
If cinema crowded use the Leicester Square toilets rather thanthose in the cinema as even the gents can have queues!
If it's on Screen 3, then it's a very tiny screen. Get there early n sit at the front!
Nice cinema. Good size screen and great sound.
Tiny screen and no AC in screen 4.
Super expensive, small rooms, avoid!
If you're going on a weekend then I recommend to buy the tickets on advance as it can be pretty crowded at night! Plus, there's a 20 mins trailer at the beginning in case you think you're late.
Screen 7 is looking pretty good...remember to keep your phone on silent!
Rubbish staff. Unhelpful. You could easily just walk in and sit down without buying a ticket.
No discounts given on the weekend. Prices are definitely inflated on weekends as well. Two adult tickets were £32...highway robbery!
They have Ben & Jerry's FroYo!!!
Their ads will keep on running for literally half an hour!
I've been to 41 countries & this is the most expensive cinema in the world wow. Travelwithbender.com
The toilets stink.
Screen 2 is very big but it's too high for front rows and too far away for distant ones. Screen 3 is smaller but it feels much more comfortable as long as this auditorium is shorter. Just perfect!
I wish BFI would partner decent cinemas for the film festival
The worst nachos ever. Cheese is actually some creamy sauce which doesn't even have taste of cheese. Japalenos are ok.
Screen 4 gets warm during summer. The World's End isn't half as good as Shaun of the Dead.
Odeon is better.
Quite possibly the most dated and tired looking cinema I have ever been to.
The maxi deal at 11,80£ (pop corn/big drink/chocolate) is really huge in terms of quantity. Don't take it if you are with your girlfriend ;)
There are loos in the bar area on the first floor - good ones to chose to avoid the post film queue.
9 screens in Central London.
Tickets are super expensive, compared to Vue cinemas outside of London!
The "American Fried Chicken" restaurant is there for a reason...
Total rip off! £17 per person!!
Always sit in the back row ;-)
10.70 за кино по студенческому
Salas pequenas, mas com bom audio!