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Cinemas, theatres, shows, gigs, jazz and folk music for the Fenton Ho area. Use these brilliant websites to find out what films, plays, concerts, gigs and shows are on in the Fenton Ho area and around London. You can read the reviews and see maps of the locations.
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Whats On around Camden Town - cinema, theatre, live music, festivals, plays. The site lists films, plays, concerts, gigs and shows running or about to run around London.

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Cinemas around Camden Town

Vue

255 Finchley Rd, London NW3 6LU, UK – 0345 308 4620

Nice cinema. Comfortable seat. They have vue extreme which has large screen and big capacity. Not so many people in here. Maybe because the ticket system is using e ticket. So there are no queue for getting the ticket although you have to print the ticket at the ticket machine in front of the cinema

Overpriced nasty food & snacks. Expensive tickets. Comfy seats.

Everyman Cinema

5 Holly Bush Vale, London NW3 6TX, UK – 0871 906 9060

Very helpful staff welcoming you with smile in their face! The rooms and generaly the place makes you feel like you are at your own home! Food is nice as well

The cinema has lounge chairs and sofas. You can be served drinks and snacks. Personally I don’t want to be distracted by eating or hearing others doing it while watching a film. I want to be absorbed by the film. You also pay about £5 more for these unwanted comforts.

Odeon Cinema Camden

14 Parkway, Camden Town, London NW1 7AA, UK – 0333 014 4501

The advantages of this Odeon rely mostly on its very convenient location I think. However, some screens are small, in which they perform the least popular movies, so it actually kind of makes sense that not all screens are huge. Took off one star because once the movie didn’t finish, there were some technical issues with the equipment so we couldn’t watch the last 20 minutes or so of the movie. They did offer free passes for that or any other movie, but still, I spent 2 hours sitting there to not get the complete movie, it was a waste of my time. But anyway, that’s the only bad experience I’ve ever had. So, because of its location (near to my home), and sometimes convenient prices, I might be coming back.

Really enjoyed my experience here. From the outside it looks very small but I was pleasantly surprised once inside. No complaints with the visuals or audio, both were very good. The seating was also excellent with no obstructions where I was or in fact anywhere else in the room I was in (screen 3). If I had one complaint it would be that I found it quite hard to find my seats in the dark as the numbers/lettering are not very visible.

Theatres for Camden Town

The Shaw Theatre

100-110 Euston Rd, Kings Cross, London NW1 2AJ, UK – 020 7666 9037

Saw a burlesque show here which was great fun. Tip: if you want a drink in the interval.go to the hotel rather than the theatre bar.

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.

Bloomsbury Theatre and Studio

15 Gordon St, Kings Cross, London WC1H 0AH, UK – 020 3108 1000

I haven’t actually been to the theatre here but this rating is for the cafe! Defintely the best cafe at UCL and the staff and very friendly. They have a wide selection of vegetarian and vegan food and are always well stocked. If you go in the afternoon it’s £2 for coffee and cake!

Good place for uni productions. Theater is large enough to provide the atmosphere

Kiln Theatre

269 Kilburn High Rd, London NW6 7JR, UK – 020 7328 1000

The old Tricycle theatre has had a refurbishment and rebranding and is now known as Kiln. What they haven't done - and really this is daft beyond belief - is made it easy to find the place. As far as I could see, there was no sign on the main road at all. And, while its official address might be on the High Road, the actual building and entrance are not. I walked right past the side road twice. I do admire their efforts to bring reasonably priced, interesting plays and films to Kilburn, an area that has been described as 'up-and-coming' for at least three decades as far as I know... so I'm being generous with the four stars. But when I went to see a film recently, I had to queue for ages to buy a ticket as there was only one person at the box office and everything happened very s-l-o-w-l-y. Come on, chaps, get some signs out there.

It feels so good to go to this small venue: cinema, theatre, workshops, cafè. Great movies and relaxing community atmosphere.

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