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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Venue Details & Map
Prince Charles Cinema
7 Leicester PlaceLondonWC2H 7BY
- +44 (0)207 494 3654
- Public transport:
- Leicester Square Tube Station
The "Prince Charles Cinema" definitely has got one of the most interesting programmes to offer in London plus very reasonable prices for drinks and snacks. I can highly recommend attending one of their "Sing A Long" screenings, as these are always a lot of fun.more
Best cinema in London. Where else could you get everything from James Bond to Disney movies?
Screenings here tend to fall into various categories.
First, you've got the newer releases. Often a few weeks behind the mainstream cinemas, but they'll bring films back that aren't showing much anymore or about to be released on dvd, so you can catch things you missed first time round. You also get...more
I love this place. It hasn't changed much since i went there first time. Which is great. They organise fantastic sing along movie nights like Greece or the epic the rocky horror picture show. It's an amazing experience as the audience really makes an effort to dress up as their favourite characters. They also hold foreign film festivals and regular film screenings.more
Get a lifetime membership to this cinema. There is really no reason not to, especially if you are going to be staying in London for more than the next 5 years.
Not only do they do amazing screenings of classic films, they also do half and half popcorn PROPERLY!
If you love films that have audience participation or if you missed seeing a film when it was at every other cinema this is the...more
Great venue and amazing selection of films shown. Went here for my first time and bought a membership.
I've been back a few times since, most recently for their Labyrinth Mascarade Ball which was so so much fun. They even gave us a bag full of interactive items to use during the film.more