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.
Venue Details & Map
Electric Cinema Shoreditch
64-66 Redchurch StreetLondonE2 7DP
- +44 20 3376 1777
Top 5 reviews of Electric Cinema Shoreditch
I'd heard great things about this place (hello, cashmere blankets!) and was just waiting for a movie that I wanted to watch before jumping on the bandwagon. They seem to get new releases at around the same time that a normal theatre would, but have fewer screenings. We came for American Sniper and there were only 3 days available, as the theatre seems to churn through movies quickly given that... more
I've been wanting to try one of the electric cinemas for ages but not had a chance as it's a bit of a trek from south east London. We'd finally got around to visiting last night. The cinema is based in the basement of barber and parlour which I have visited many times before for manicures. The cinema itself is very nice, seats are comfy although a foot stool would have been nice, the screen... 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
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