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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Prince Charles Cinema
7 Leicester PlaceLondonWC2H 7BY
- +44 (0)207 494 3654
- Public transport:
- Leicester Square Tube Station
I've been a member for 5 years now as I was given it as a present and I've never looked back. Along with Genesis and Curzon nearby it is undoubtably amongst the best in London. It's less about current blockbusters, but ore about independent films and foreign films and docs too. They have TONS of special screenings and actively ask members for their advice on social media.
The staff are...more
I'm going to be super straightforward here, the four stars are all and only for what this cinema offers.
It's the best Indie cinema around and their schedule is always brilliant. I've been three times: once to watch The Princess Bride over two years ago, a second time to re-watch The Princess Bride (I know) and again last Saturday for an Adult-only screening of the Sing Along edition of...more
It's the choice of film that distinguishes the Prince Charles Cinema.
In the heart of cinema land where you find all the big box office's it's nice to find somewhere that shows not only the new films, but also the classics.
With a very good selection it's not hard to find something for every taste here - Fancy a sing-along, some anime, fancy a movie marathon, a dress up session, or just to...more
A must go for all movie goers, casual or enthusiasts. PCC pretty much exclusively shows older films including cult classics such as Rocky Horror, and of course they're pretty well known for their regular showings of The Room. They do great sing-a-long film showings which are loads of fun - and they do timings that are good for people with children or just for those who are children at heart. I...more
Okay I feel bad giving this awesome cinema a three but I don't feel I can give it any higher.... I went to the screening of Lion Ark, which was absolutely fantastic, but it was in the downstairs cinema and on entry I regretted buying seats positioned in the middle. The seats weirdly dip down in the middle, like from the front of the cinema to the back the lowest point is in the middle which...more