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
The cinema feels very exclusive, but is still very welcoming. Have a bar so you are not limited to those sugary fizzy drinks normally sold at cinemas. Catch films that are not mainstream or Hollywood blockbusters. They have lots of events, like film seasons, and foreign films, and the great thing is that they are not pricey like the neighbouring West End cinemas. The lower screening room,...more
Visited Prince Charles Cinema for the first time this evening. We were in the screen downstairs. The seats seemed to be in a dip in the middle and I had to sit on my coat to see over the top of the seat in front (I am short but don't normally have this problem!). The seats were really comfy (better than most cinemas I've been to) and the picture and sound quality good but the screen was...more
This place is too cool. I only went for the first time last month for their Studio Ghibi month where they showed one Studio Ghibi movie a week, and my friend picked Laputa, Castle in the Sky.
Tickets are quite cheap, but prices differ on what movie you watch. They have member and non-member prices. You can get a lifetime membership for £50 or annual membership at £10 (£7.50 for concessions)....more
Great place to catch an old favourite with other fans or see a movie you might not have heard of before. The staff are friendly, the theatre is dark with plenty of comfortable chairs and the bar is open with a selection of drinks before the showing. What more could you want from your indie cinema experience?
Tickets are less expensive than the others in Leicester Square and with a membership...more
I finally popped my Prince Charles cherry and went to see 'The Room' last Friday night. I can see myself falling in love with this place.
The Prince Charles is well known for it's collection of indie movies, while it shows some new releases, they're normally the more unusual choices over the big block busters shown around the corner on the Square.
It's true draw, however, comes from their...more