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255 Finchley Rd, London NW3 6LU, UK – 0345 308 4620
This cinema has great screens, especially screen 8! The vue at harrow makes my neck hurt so I don't go there now. This one has better positioned seating so it doesn't strain your neck as much The cinema does need refurbishing though. I've never seen a mouse but have read about them and am a bit wary of encountering them mid-movie. It would be great if they could mouse-proof this place. Men's toilet needs a total refit. It is just old and out of date now. Food is too expensive. I never buy anything.
This place is not cheap but its a wonderful experience. Food is good, you can take wine into the cinema, and the theatres are small and intimate. The screens aren't too big but you can't have it all I guess.
14 Parkway, Camden Town, London NW1 7AA, UK – 0333 014 4501
As soon as I entered to the Odeon the first thing I noticed was the smell. Looks like carpets haven't been cleaned properly for ages (or could be something else). Sort of a slow service in the ticket issuing proces. Film hall (Screen 5) is a small sized screen but comfortable seats and fortunately not smelly. First impression is the most important. I would give Odeon Camden another try as Odeon is usually a reputable Cinema chain in UK. Thank you.
The cinema was big with good seats. The staff was so great, both before and after the movie, I have never been so well received at a cinema before! It was amazing! :-) Went back the day after just to borrow the toilet, and the staff remembered us from the day before, and gave us tips on what to do while we were in Camden. What a service, we did not expect that!
96 Finchley Rd, London NW3 5EL, UK – 0333 014 4501
Really friendly staff are only the first great experience here. Then there iare the interesting foods and drinks. The cinemas themselves are especially comfortable with reclining armchairs, tables for the food and lots of space for your legs. No getting up to let others squeeze to their places at the other end of the row. Picture and sound are also very good indeed. A great night out.
Amazing customer service. We bought 2 vouchers for a movie, half an hour before it started, but when we got there their system for some reason shown that one of the vouchers was already used, which was not. It took them a while to figure the issue out but in the end they let us both watch the movie. They were very understanding and helpful. Also,seats were super comfy :D
203 Haverstock Hill, London NW3 4QG, UK – 0871 906 9060
Comfortable as is it should be paying this price. The best when quiet-ish, but becomes messy in terms of service on busier evening screenings and needs some visible management person to control and supervise, or/and add an extra staff member. Generally OK, but needs some improvements in terms of service, menu quality, wine choices, coffee making etc. If they pretend to deliver the best cinema + drinking/dining fusion experience it needs to be delivered in the best way not half-way, or better don't do it at all. Staff is polite but needs more management attention and possibly training. Overall 3/5
Probably the most luxurious of the Everyman cinemas in London. There is a lot of room to stretch your legs out, the seats and sofas all have reclining backs and they have some extra-luxurious sofas with electrically operated backs and foot rests. The even bring your drinks to your seat. They tend to go for mainstream movies and not so many art house and foreign language movies as some other Everymen.
15 Gordon St, Kings Cross, London WC1H 0AH, UK – 020 3108 1000
Good place for uni productions. Theater is large enough to provide the atmosphere
I've been to quite a few shows here now. It hosts a great range of alternative comedy shows, and other quirky events. One of my favourite comedy venues in London. And the bar serves fantastic bottled ales from St Peter's Brewery.
100-110 Euston Rd, Kings Cross, London NW1 2AJ, UK – 020 7666 9037
Really nice theatre. Tidy, well kept. Bar prices are a little high but what do you expect in London. Every seat in the auditorium has a great view of the stage.
A nice experience, recently went to watch Lysistrata and found at first that the stage shape was slightly odd - some thing's were off sight.