The Prince Charles Cinema was voted London’s favourite cinema by Time Out readers in 2010. It has two screens with 285 and 104 luxury seats and both containing digital projection and dolby sound.
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7 Leicester Place, London, WC2H 7BY
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+44 (0)207 437 7003
Open daily 13:00 - 23:00. Except: Christmas Eve 13:00 - 18:00 and New Years Eve 13:00 - 21:00. Closed Christmas Day
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Prince Charles Cinema
7 Leicester PlaceLondonWC2H 7BY
- +44 (0)207 437 7003
- Public transport:
- Leicester Square Tube Station
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Ah sweet PCC.
I "came across" the Prince Charles because our fearless community manager Alex was tweeting about them and I was intrigued. The 16-year old V who went on to work as a projectionist for 6 years is ever intrigued by movie theaters of any kind, especially those which tout independence, and play the kind of movies that just aren't seen in theaters these days.
They call it a cinema, but this place is way more than that, it's a whole experience in itself.
I came to see the London premier of an old skateboarding movie called Bones Brigade and the atmosphere was great with the crowd hollering, whooping, making jokes, laughing out and loud and generally interacting with the film and other people around them.
The seats are big, spacious and comfy...more
A London cinema institution.
Old school cinema, with comfy chairs and a slightly odd yet endearing configuration when you look up at the screen in a reverse raking effect.
The tickets are cheap (although they won't have the films for a few weeks after their release dates), the food and drinks are reasonably priced.
They put on film festivals, sing-alongs, quote-alongs, all night screenings...more
You ever have an experience where you discover something - maybe it's an amazing meal you've never had, maybe it's a new song just released, maybe it's it a girl or guy you just met - where your brain explodes with happiness and you wonder, "How the hell have I lived my previously life without you."
That's how I felt when I discovered the Prince Charles Cinema.
Tucked away in Chinatown, this...more
I can afford to keep this one brief.
I come here a lot.
It's cheap as chips.
It's as cute as a button.
It's always got interesting films and special nights. It does sing a long Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Can't fault the place.more