Events at Stratford Picturehouse
Venue Details & Map
Salway RoadStratfordLondonE15 1BX
- +44 871 902 5740
It's a good local cinema if you live locally in East London and very close to Stratford Station and Westfield Stratford City, and next to the Stratford Centre and Theatre Royal, based in a landmark building. Like all Picturehouses, the seats are really comfortable and has a great incline to view the screen. Unfortunately, Screen 4 has no leg room, and most of their screenings seems to be...more
Admittedly I lived twenty metres away so was a regular, but even since moving away I go back. Very good screen size and quality, and very comfortable seats. Cafe upstairs is nice (as they always are in Picturehouse cinemas) either in the day or evening. Prices very reasonable,and because it's a Picturehouse you get a variety of interesting things such as live opera screenings to go with all...more
The cinema was 1/2 empty for our Skyfall showing on Opening weekend. It was clean enough and cheap, and I'm happy that we could get tickets on such short notice (that being I had to buy tickets, change out of my pjs, put clothes and makeup on and superwoman it from west london to stratford with a pitstop in tescos in less 1 hour.)
You can always posh up at Westfield afterwards, if the cinema...more
The plus side is that this place is only 15mins away from me!
Where ticket prices in central london are around £12.50, tickets here are £7.50 max.
I have only been here a few times, however, what makes them special is that they play vintage films.
The downside is that it looks a bit grotty, but i guess thats acceptable with the type of cinema they are trying to be.more
The Stratford Picture House is located just a short walk through Stratford Mall or just up the road from Stratford station. It's rather impressive glass structure nestles behind a bizarre circular shaped object that reminds me of the gate in Stargate. Despite its rather swanky outward appearance, Stratford Picture House leaves you a little flat. I've been here several times and each film...more