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
Stratford Picture house, despite being technically a "multiplex", is cute enough to warrant attention. A pleasant bar, and fetching decor are little touches that can make all the difference. And that's what SPH does.
There is usually a varied enough selection of movies, for there to be something for everyone. Often, art films are shown. There are also special clubs for off the radar material.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
Decent cinema showing the latest releases. Seats are really soft and comfy, and the sound and video quality are comparable to the big cinemas in Leicester Square.
Prices are very cheap, and they do memberships for regular movie goers, as well as half price tickets on Mondays!more
A rarity in a time of multiplexes and faceless cinemas and £10 - £15 a ticket London prices, the Stratford Picturehouse is a bit of a secret of mine. Hidden away opposite the theatre in a surprisingly nice bit of town, this is a really laid-back, old school place to see a film. There are small screen, members discounts, a licenced bar and tickets that cost little more than a fiver most...more