As part of the Soho House Group, the Electric Cinema Shoreditch provides plush leather armchairs for up to 50 cinema-goers.
The film programme at Electric Cinema Shoreditch covers a broad range of quality mainstream and art house films and there is a full bar and deli serving quality food and drinks.
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Electric Cinema Shoreditch
64-66 Redchurch StreetBethnal GreenLondonE2 7DP
- +44 20 3376 1777
So this cinema is in a good location for me in terms of it being in Shoreditch. It's also below busy three level restaurant/salon/store, Barber & Parlour. Very hipster but so busy it does take away from the cinema experience we were paying for.
For example, there's signage pointing to a dull concrete staircase that indicates the cinemas physical location, in the basement, but I still felt a...more
Comfortable seating for a cinema housed (downstairs) within a building that sells clothes but I can't help but feel that at any screening you must get the seats within the middle space as the side seats so bend round a bit. Since it's not a deep layout you don't get the best cinematic experience. I must say that the seats on the wide
angles are much cheaper but I would pay the extra and get a...more
Hands down the best cinema in London. An angled view seat is cheaper than at most cinemas, the setting is awesome, food is great and the atmosphere is cosy. I would live here if I could.more
Watched Magic Mike XXL here a few weeks ago (ok, don't judge me!!!) - lovely experience at the cinema. It has comfy armchairs, complete with snuggly blankets and a cushion. I liked the little tables in between the chairs for drinks too. Staff were attentive and it felt like a luxurious experience, would consider coming again.
That said, at £18 I think it is dear. I like to snuggle up to my...more
Trying to find something to do with teenagers, and the rave reviews led us here. I was a little disappointed, though. We came for a 6:30 showing of Ted 2, and it just seemed like a lot of money to watch a movie in an armchair with a cheap pashmina throw. The food options available were very limited, probably OK for a snack but not for a real dinner. I wish we had eaten elsewhere first.more