If you are looking for a small cosy cinema in the heart of West End London, this is the place. It doesn't show all the big blockbuster hits, instead showing the alternative less popular and more indie movies. I have not bought anything from the snack counter and so will skip commenting on this.
The staff are very pleasant, the only reason I have put in a lower rating is because the foyer is...more
My second favourite Odeon after the Covent Garden, the Panton Street branch offers a similar fare of film (largely indie/arthouse/foreign language) only with a concentration on films that have left other cinemas quicker than deserved, or those that have been overlooked. You can pretty much guarantee there's always at least one film on worth watching.
The peculiar layout of seating (and...more
Consistently delivers watchable movies when all around have blockbusters and cgi trash. I have enjoyed visiting this cinema for 15 years but the hiatus of the last 3 or 4 has seen prices rise to a shocking degree- at £20.40 for a pair of tickets it's no wonder that people would rather invest in flat screen , wide screen, blu ray home entertainment! The cinema itself is comfortable but with...more
This small cinema is just a stone's throw away from the hustle and bustle of horde thronged Leicester Square but may be a better option for those seeking interesting or off beat fare rather than the just the experience of seeing a blockbuster on a massive screen.
The downsides, however, are that the foyer is extremely small and serves only a comparatively limited selection of drinks and...more
The Odeon cinema on Panton Street is located just a short walk from Piccadilly Circus and the Piccadilly tube station. In spite of this it remains a relative unknown compared to many of its brothers and sisters in the Odeon empire. The complex itself is relatively small housing only two screens but prices are distinctly lower than other cinemas in this highly expensive area.
The best thing...more