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Vue West End
Cranbourn Street, Leicester Square
- +44 871 224 0240
Can't see any price difference between student tickets and adult tickets, both very pricey if you compare with other cinema across Leicester Square, and the most unacceptable thing is when we enter the room, it has not been cleaned from the last film!! There were bottles and cans scattered in between seats!! Never come across such lousy cinema before l, it's my first time to this cinema and...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
I'm not a fan of this place.
When it was new in the 90's it was refreshingly different, being the most modern cinema on the block and a fresh faced brand (back when it was called Warner Bros West End).
Now it feels like a mess. Cinemas have moved on. The layout of this place isn't very good and you will find yourself having to run out of the auditorium and up or down some escalators just to...more
So, it's expensive, but it's also Leicester Square, and we couldn't see the film we wanted closer to home at a decent time. But it's also Wednesday which takes some of the sting out of buying a ticket (£20! for a Student!). In fact, I'd probably only ever go here on a Wednesday.
The cinema itself is good, it's well appointed, the staff are friendly and service is fast. You can buy your...more
Well, it's certainly convenient.
Oh, and large. It's a large screen that's convenient.
But my god, the prices. And the service. All terrible. 100 percent terrible all around. You can pay up to £20 a ticket depending on time and it's 3-Dness. There are usually a ton of seats and I've never been turned away from buying a ticket. And it's right next to the tube stop but beyond that, ugh.