Everyman Cinema Hampstead

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Everyman Cinema Hampstead

Address
Holly Bush Vale
Hampstead
London
NW3 6TX
Telephone:
0870 0664777

Yelp

4 out of 5 based on 10 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Everyman Cinema Hampstead

4.0 out of 5 12 March 2013
by Stanley K.

YES! Everman is right: "A unique experience" - What a cosy little cinema with a very inspiring location! Very untypical because the viewers can chill down on SOFAS or even love seats :) The big point of this arrangement is the big and comfy space on every seat. I was watching 7 Psychopaths, had some great Cashews and an open redwine. If you like sophisticated movies you are right at...more

5.0 out of 5 31 August 2010
by Natalie k.

My experience at The Everyman Hampstead this evening was the best cinematic experience I have had, EVER. This theatre even puts all the huge theatres back in southern California well to shame.

The Everyman has got it right. From the comfy couches with pillows to the helpful and genuine staff, they know what they are doing here. It is a great place to escape the cold and curl up on a couch...more

4.0 out of 5 3 November 2009
by Corinna H.

Sometimes I just fancy a more up market cinematic experience, the type where I can swap my popcorn for white chocolate raspberries and my diet coke for a nice glass of red. This is where the Everyman steps in.

It prides itself on a whole different attitude to screening and no corners are cut as they deliver their stylish and comfortable ethos. There are two lovely reception lounges where you...more

5.0 out of 5 13 October 2009
by Katey H.

A bit out the way for me, but i do make a special journey here now and again!

Sheer luxury....no having to stand up clutching your bags when someone needs to get past you...so...much...leg room! I shared a pink sofa last time i was here...and it was delicious. Also happened to go on Acoustic night! It was amazing, instead of those annoying orange wednesday adverts we got a lovely girl and her...more

4.0 out of 5 23 December 2008
by Saskia P.

Small cinemas are always a winner. Not too much choice, a nice bar bit, liberal drinks policies and a balanced film selection.

Essentially, a visit to the cinema is only as good as the film you see but I do care about the atmosphere. I don't like kids chucking pop corn at Angelina's head and people putting their crotch in my face on their way to their 4th toilet break. When I've been The...more