The Best Local Favorite Cinemas in London

Movie-going away from home is always much more memorable; even a casual evening out to watch a film can be a novel experience because of the subtle differences in cinema culture. Follow London cinephiles and discover festivals, art house and cult theaters where locals go to enjoy old and new movies in their original language. Shh, the lights are going out!

Bernie Grant Arts Centre – Diverse arts

Bernie Grant Arts Centre – Diverse arts

Image by Kamla Pillay

At the culturally diverse “Bernie Grant Arts Centre” in London’s Tottenham, I really get the impression that the spirit of Bernie Grant lives on…

Full Article by Kamla Pillay

ICA – High art, hidden in plain sight

ICA – High art, hidden in plain sight

Image by Andrew Sidford

“ICA” London, the Institute of Contemporary Arts, really shines for its historical and important location. It makes any visit to it more memorable.

Full Article by Andrew Sidford

Prince Charles Cinema – Last chance cinema

Prince Charles Cinema – Last chance cinema

Image by Claire Creighton

“Prince Charles Cinema” in London offers something quite different: affordable shows of your all-time favourite films years after their original release!

Full Article by Claire Creighton

The Barbican Cinema – Arthouse selection

The Barbican Cinema – Arthouse selection

Image by Kamla Pillay

“The Barbican Cinema” in London’s Barbican Centre is definitely underrated. What makes it great for me is the impeccable selection of films & the building.

Full Article by Kamla Pillay

The Watermans Centre – Quirky riverside cinema

The Watermans Centre – Quirky riverside cinema

Image by Chelsea Ammary-Peak

“The Watermans Centre” in London is a quirky, independent art cinema on the Thames. Me and my husband cherish it as an ideal spot for recent releases…

Full Article by Chelsea Ammary-Peak

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