Set in the heart of the fashionable King's Road, Chelsea is our largest venue, boasting the biggest screen outside of the West End. Arthouse wonders rub shoulders with the best in independent cinema, making this one cinema worth visiting after a day of extensive shopping.
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206 Kings RoadChelseaLondonSW3 5XP
- +44 (0)20 7351 3742
- located in the heart of King`s Road, built originally as a music hall; nice interior style - Screen One: large venue with big screen, comfortable/luxurious Pullman seats with plenty of leg room (713 seats) - ideal cinema for big meetings/festivals, gala screening - they offer events like Met Opera Live - very friendly staff - ticket prices vary from 8 to 18 GBP (depending on day/time/seat)more
Excellent place to see a movie. They have an old time style auditorium that you really don't see anymore. Looks like they can put on a proper show there if they wanted to. It's enormous. Very comfortable seats with good quality screen and audio. They also have a very respectable concession stand out front.
One minor gripe is that I wish they had a better selection of movies. They tend to get...more
Ow! These seats are uncomfortable! Maybe they would have been fine for a short screening but I was in here for a marathon three and a half hour show. By the time I got out of here half of my bum had fallen into such a deep sleep that I developed a bit of a limp exiting the building. I could tell others felt the same too by the constant shuffling all around. How distracting!
This aside, the...more
Nice to go to a proper cinema with a huge screen and a large auditorium. This cinema is run partly as an arthouse type thing, but also shows the big blockbusters like James Bond.
When it's full, it's really the best place to see a James Bond as the atmosphere is so much greater (and it doesn't smell like the nearby Cineworlds). Also, on certain days the price is lower than at the local...more
Chelsea Cinema is one of the old school dated cinemas that really brings the authenticity of watching films back to life. Run by an independent company that is also responsible for the Curzon Soho and the like, there is something quaint about going to a place where they only have one screen and show films on different days. I love the dated décor, the wood panelling, the ushers in the seats,...more