Films- enjoy films on the bigger screen of the most modern cinemas. Latest movies on 2D, 3D or revolutionary 5D format in cosy environment.

Films loved by all loved by Londoners. The most modern cinemas are almost found everywhere in London. BFI Imax has one of the largest Screens in the world. Enjoy 3D, 2D Film in a revolutionary exclusive 5D environment. Limited seats, book early.

You can enjoy some films a completely free.

Free Films- Cinema, Club, Open Air Cinema

BFI Southbank
The Alibi FIlm Club
London Film Premieres
Open Air Cinema- The Scoop Outdoor Film Screenings
Portobello Film Festival

Films with admission ticket- Cinema, Open Air Cinema..

London Film Museum or Movieum of London
Movie at Somerset House- Film 4 Summer Screen
Film4 FrightFest
The Prince Charles Cinema
Cineworld
Odeon
Vue
Empire
Everyman Cinema
Picturehouse
Reel Cinema

Apart from films, you also enjoy  theatres  comedy Music

Free Films- Cinema, Club, Open Air Cinema

BFI Southbank Cinema

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The Alibi FIlm Club

Dalston hotspot The Alibi FIlm Club is always free entry. Don’t miss the dive bar’s film (Monday) and karaoke (Tuesday) nights. This is weekly film club featuring classic movies and DJs Skill Wizard. It is a diamond in Dalston’s rough. Opened and run by underground collective Real Gold. You need ID to get entry.

ALIBI was started in 2009 with the help of Macbeth’s owners Mark and Mark. At first it was weekly a Night Club namely Real Gold. The Film Club was formed later. You can enjoy film free here. Follow their Facebook page Facebook Page for update news.

Address: 91 Kingsland High Street, Dalston, London E8 2PB
Website for more information, venue, film

London Film Premieres

London Film Premieres usually takes place in Leicester Square, Central London. The premiers are amongst the most popular London attractions with celebrity-spotting tourists from across the UK, eager to catch a glimpse of the heavyweight Hollywood celebrities in attendance.

Film Premiers are usually held in ‘Empire Cinema in Leicester Square, the UK’s oldest and grandest cinema opened in 1884. It also takes place at Leicester Square’s Odeon and Vue cinemas.

Nearest Tube/Railway Station- Leicester Square (Northern Line; Piccadilly Line)
Address: Leicester Square, London WC2H 7NA
Website for more information, venue, film

Open Air Cinema- Scoop Outdoor Film Screenings

The Scoop Outdoor Film Screenings is very popular. It takes place at The Scoop near Tower Bridge/City Hall/Thames River. The Scoop is 1000-seat open-air amphitheatre under an open sky. Film Screenings takes place on Wed, Thu and Fri for three weeks normally commencing in mid-September of every year. Generally the films are of classic and cult films.

Admission is one a first-come, first-served basis so need to come early to grab a seat. All events are free and open to the public.

Nearest Tube: London Bridge (Jubilee Line; Northern Line)
Address: The Scoop, More London, London SE1 2DB
Website for more information, venue, film

Portobello Film Festival

Portobello Film Festival is an international festival and one of the most popular London attractions with cineastes. It annually premiers over 700 new films. Admission to the three-week-long festival is free of charge. Usually it begins a day or two after Notting Hill Carnival. Venue varies. They also arrange street art as well. Please visit the link for the films to be shown and where when.

The Film Festival was created in 1996 as a quick response of declining position of British film industry. They formed a new forum for new film-makers and give exposure to movies on different formats. Newspaper described it ‘this pioneering film festival’ (Evening Standard), ‘the biggest celebration of independent film in Europe’ (The Independent) and ‘London’s biggest filmic free-for-all’ (Time Out).

Website for more information, venue, film

Films with admission ticket- Cinema, Open Air Cinema..

London Film Museum or Movieum of London

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Movie at Somerset House- Film 4 Summer Screen

Movie at Somerset House is an annual London event for classical cinema viewer usually takes place in summertime July and August. It is called Film 4 Summer Screen It involves the screening of critically acclaimed cinematic masterpieces. Each summer, The Edmond J. Safra Fountain Court hosts this beautiful open-air cinema, Film4 Summer Screen. The series features a range of films, all showing on a state-of-the-art screen with full surround sound.

Timeout described it “Watching a movie under the stars in Somerset House’s beautiful courtyard on a balmy summer evening is a near-perfect London experience.”

Admission: Please visit the link for today’s price, upcoming screenings and material from previous film related talks and events. You can book the Tickets on Phone 0844 847 1715. Ticketmaster will arrange booking for you

Nearest Tube: Temple (Circle Line; District Line), Charing Cross (Northern Line; Bakerloo Line)
Address: Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 0RN
Website for more information, Tickets, Venue

Film4 FrightFest

Fright Fest staged its first event in 2000 at the Prince Charles cinema, Leicester Square according to the idea conceived by Paul McEvoy, Ian Rattray and Alan Jones.

The objective of FrightFest was to provide the UK with a horror fantasy festival of similar stature to the market leaders in Europe, Sitges (Spain) and Brussels (Belgium). This 5 days festival is held in August every year at the UK’s largest traditional cinema screen at Empire Cinema.

Admission: Please visit the link for update news, Film & Tickets Price

Nearest Tube: Leicester Square (Northern Line; Piccadilly Line)
Address: The Empire Cinema, 5-6 Leicester Square, London WC2H 7NA
Website for more information, Tickets, Venue

The Prince Charles Cinema

The Prince Charles Cinema is an independent only non-subsidised cinema in the UK. They do not receive funding from the Arts Council, the Lottery or any other body. It started its journey in 1991. Previously there was a West End Theatre and a film-house of ill repute.

They maintain low ticket pricing policies and have a loyal base of regular customers. The venues license allows them to show any film material in a variety of formats 24hrs a day seven days a week and also allows to serve tasty food and lashings of booze.

Please visit the website for films, Ticket price and update news.

Address: 7 Leicester Place, WC2H 7BY, West End. Tel. Box Office 020 74943654

Cineworld

Cineworld is the Second largest cinema business in Europe by number of screens. It has now 202 sites and a total of 1,858 fully digital screens. All sites are digital, and they one of the market leaders in 3D.

Cineworld Group plc was founded in 1995 and re-registered as a public company in May 2006.

They maintain many cinemas in London like at Bexleyheath, Haymarket, Chelsea, Enfield, Feltham, Fulham Road, Wandsworth, Hammersmith, West India Quay, Ilford, Staples Corner, The o2 Greenwich, Wembley, Wood Green, Luton etc.

For current Film & Ticket Booking: Online (preferable), Phone 0871 200 2000 or personal visit or website

Odeon

Odeon founded in 1930 in Birmingham, is also one of the largest cinema chain in the UK and Ireland. As said they are ‘fanatical about film and so continuously strive to enhance and improve their customers’ experiences. Both IMAX and ISENSE offer extraordinary cinema viewing and they also operate London’s BFI IMAX which is the largest cinema screen in the UK.

They maintain many cinemas in London like Barnet, Beckenham, BFI IMAX, Camden, Covent Garden, Gerrards Cross, Greenwich, Holloway, Kensington, Kingston, Lee Valley, London – Leicester Square, London – West End, Marble Arch, Muswell Hill, Panton St, Putney, Richmond, South Woodford, Streatham, Surrey Quays, Swiss Cottage, Tottenham Court Rd, Uxbridge, Whiteleys, Whiteleys – The Lounge, Wimbledon.

For current Film & Ticket Booking: Online (preferable), Phone 0871 22 44 007 or personal visit or website

Vue

Vue Cinema is operated by Vue International. It was formed in May 2003. They are a world class operator and developer of modern state-of-the-art multiplex cinemas. After acquisition in 2012/13 Vue is now operating over 1,359 screens across 150 multiplex cinemas in 8 territories comprising the UK, Ireland, Germany, Denmark, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Taiwan.

The company has the most modern state-of-the-art multiplex cinema circuit in the UK with 95% of its seats in stadium seated screens, which is the highest in the market when compared to other major multiplex operators. Vue West End were the first cinemas in Europe to show a 3D movie (Chicken Little) in February 2006.

In 2005, Vue won the prestigious award for ‘International Exhibitor of the Year’ at Cinema Expo.

In London, they maintain and operate the cinemas at Croydon Purley Way, Fulham Broadway, Shephard Bush, Westfield (White City), Piccadilly, West End (Leicester Square), Islington, Westfield (Stratford), Finchley Road (o2 Centre), Wood Green.

For current Film & Ticket Booking: Online (preferable), Phone 08712 240 240 or personal visit or website

Empire Cinema

Empire Cinema– The flagship site within this cinema group is The Empire, Leicester Square from which they took their name. Empire Cinema operate 172 screens across 17 cinemas in the United Kingdom. It is the largest independently-owned cinema chain in the UK

Empire Cinema screens everything from mainstream blockbusters to art-house classics in quality cinemas, staffed by individuals who are knowledgeable and enthusiastic about film.

Empire Cinemas and IMAX Corporation unveiled a brand new IMAX theatre in The Empire Leicester Square in June. It has ground-breaking, crystal-clear digital projection, cutting-edge sound technology and a significantly larger, curved screen spanning from floor to ceiling and wall to wall, providing the capital’s moviegoers the world’s most immersive cinematic experience.

Empire operates Cinemas in London at Bromley, Hemel Hampstead, High Wycombe, Leicester Square, Sutton, Walthamstow.

For current Film & Ticket Booking: Online (preferable), Phone 08 714 714 714 or personal visit or website

Everyman Cinema

Everyman Cinema believes in creating a truly unique and memorable cinema experience that exceeds expectations and reaches the highest standards possible in quality, comfort and entertainment.

Since the Screen acquisition in 2008, they have completely refurbished some of their Cinemas. The cinemas owned by the Group are operated under the ‘Everyman’ brand and is spearheading the revival of independent cinema in the UK. With a passion for quality, from service of food and drink to seating and films, every cinema also has a unique bar or foyer space.

Roman Polanski once remarked that “Cinema should make you forget you are sitting in a theatre”, our cinemas do just that, they create a truly memorable experience that exceeds expectations and reaches the highest standards possible in comfort and entertainment.

Current locations: Belsize Park, Hampstead, Maida Vale, Islington, Baker Street, Selfridges, Leeds, Walton-on-Thames, Winchester, Oxted, Reigate and Birmingham.

Their Cinemas in London at Selfridges, Baker Street, Belsize Park, Hampstead, Maida Vale

For current Film & Ticket Booking: Online (preferable), Phone 01242 572573 or personal visit or website

Picturehouse

Picturehouse owns and operates 19 Cinemas and programming agent for a further 49 venues across the UK. Picturehouse Entertainment has also distributed an eclectic range of theatrical releases.

It was formed in 1989 to challenge the multiplex model and provide cinemas that serve the communities in city-centre locations. It is now the leading independent cinema operator with 20 sites in our group, and are the fourth largest circuit in the UK.

Their London Cinema’s are situated at Clapham, Dulwich, London Gate, Greenwich, Hackney, London Central, London Ritzy, Stratford. One more is joining this summer Picturehouse Central which is a seven-screen cinema on Shaftesbury Avenue right next to Piccadilly Circus

For current Film & Ticket Booking: Online (preferable), Phone 0871 902 5747 or personal visit or website

Reel Cinema

Reel Cinema formed in 2001 with the aim of providing tailored experiences to specific market sectors within town centre environments. To this end Reel Cinemas has put together a highly skilled and professional team to expand the group and strengthen the brand.

Their philosophy is simple what we always expect. They provide customers with
Comfort
Cleanliness
Affordable prices
Friendly, knowledgeable staff giving quality customer service
Great pictures and sound
The latest movies
and most of all…. real entertainment

They have one cinema in London which is at Borehamwood.

For current Film & Ticket Booking: Online (preferable), Phone 01509 221155, 020 8207 2028 or personal visit website

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