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Vue West End
Cranbourn Street, Leicester Square
- +44 871 224 0240
If you're not here to see the latest latest release, you'll be relegated to a screen somewhere up the stuttering escalators, where you'll find seats with lumpy cushions that desperately need replaced, on such a thin incline that if you're stuck behind someone tall, you're not watching a movie. crammed in so close that my legs are touching the chair in front of me (and no, I'm not tall) meaning...more
I went to Vue in Leicester Square to V-ue a film (They won't be any more puns, I promise,) which I had booked online, on a recent trip to London in August 2015 and I was very disappointing with the cinema its-self and the service from both the woman behind the till, and the manager.
This cinema also trades as "Vue West End" due to its location in Leicester Square, but this cinema is old...more
This cinema has nine screens. Plenty of premieres and press screenings are held here. There is a large bar area on the first floor which can be used for pre-screening drinks and food, and on premiere days reserved for the stars and guests for pre-drinks and after party.
Seating is always comfy and tiered so good view whether you sit.
Also plenty of toilets on the first floor, top floor and...more
The only reason I came here is because it is close to work. And I had free tickets.
It is an expensive, smelly cinema. Completely lacking in charm and customer service. It's really expensive, which probably explains why it's never full. The screens are big though. And the popcorn is salty.
One of the staff members yelled at me for not mentioning that I had a free ticket BEFORE I told...more
Of the remaining Leicester Square cinemas, this one is probably the one I hate the least.
I have relatively fond memories of going to this cinema when it was still Warner Village. Luckily it's all been refurbed since those days, but the silly amount of escalators remain!
The seats aren't really very raked but they aren't completely flat, either, at least not on screen 3, where we went a few...more