Vue is a multi-screen cinema that shows all the latest releases. They also serve a variety of snacks including popcorn and sweets for you to complete that cinematic experience. This number is for the advanced booking and information service. Opening times are dependent upon the film showing.
3 Cranbourn Street, London Chinatown, London, WC2H 7AL
For More Information:
+44 (0)20 7437 4343
Venue Details & Map
Vue West End
3 Cranbourn StreetLondon ChinatownLondonWC2H 7AL
- +44 (0)20 7437 4343
- Public transport:
- Leicester Square, Underground
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I'm sure that a portion of this is because I'm a complete cinema snob and hate people.... but FOR REALS... I will never come here again. The location is fine, staff is friendly, theaters are spacious. Which is where the one star goes. But, I have never been so annoyed with people in all my life. At first, I wondered if it was a British thing (becuase it was my first film-viewing...more
£20+ for an adult ticket on a Wednesday night for a 3D film on a screen that wasn't even that big with seats that weren't even stadium-standard?
What the actual fuck?more
It -must- be a sign that on the opening weekend of a new film, on a Saturday evening at roughly 2130, our showing was at -most- 30% full.
What's most boggling is that this is directly across from the tube station (although there are mad road works directly in front of the entrance) and Covent Garden was otherwise thronged with passersby. Is it the economy? The hefty £17-18 3D film prices? Or...more
Dunno what people are talking about by tiny screens. Clearly they've never seen the Empire City Centre cinema here in Edmonton. Maybe I was lucky because I saw a big blockbuster (Battle LA). Though the movie sucked, It was a cool cinema. However, I didn't like having to go up 2 escalators to go to the bathroom. And the trailer count was much worse there than over here in Edmonton. That said,...more
Be prepared to pay upwards of 13 pounds for an adult viewing on a standard screen - and by 'standard' I mean small. Premium screening, which I believe to mean a normal-sized screen anywhere else, would cost an adult above 14 pounds. Theater seats are rather small and there's very little leg room especially for a taller guys like myself. Leicester Square is probably not the place to catch a...more