We went here yesterday because a friend's short-film was being screened at the London Independent Film Festival. The venue is quite small but nice. It reminds of the smaller theaters I used to go while I was a student: Room for about 50 people (which really gets you 'sucked into' the screen for a perfect film experience), no big popcorn, chips or soda selling, no overpriced items everywhere...more
I went here with the whole family and they all liked it. The place is cozy and comfortable and I can assure you to have a great time there.more
Two stars! I feel like such a miserable bastard but as far as cinemas go I really have experienced better. The DVD logo at the start of the movie was not a good sign.
I've been to small screens before but this was minute. The sound quality was poor and took a bit of getting used to, the seats were uncomfortable, there was very little leg room, the air conditioning couldn't cope with the sold...more
I really am a fan of something different when it comes to cinema - and the Shortwave did not disappoint.
I first came here for the Yelp 'Guilty Pleasures - The Three Amigos' event, which in itself was brilliant. To be specific about the place as opposed to the event though, the bar was well stocked and the staff were efficient. The atmosphere was great in the bar, especially when it began to...more
How do you like your cinemas? Small and full of South London twats? Me too.
Nah I kid, this place is great. Used to live nearby and we waited for months for this place to open. Like kids on Christmas morning, we got a board game, not the xbox we asked for. Cos, damn this place is tiny. It's like watching a movie in your living room with twenty of your closest friends. The theatre has about 6...more