BFI IMAX

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    BFI IMAX
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    BFI IMAX

    BFI IMAX

BFI IMAX

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  • Address:

    BFI IMAX 1 Charlie Chaplin Walk
    London
    SE1 8XR

  • Venue website:

    www.bfi.org.uk/imax

  • Opening hours:

    Ring for times

  • Transport:

    Tube: Waterloo

  • Price:

    Standard prices £7.90, concs £6.50, children (4-14) £4.95, under-threes free

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Rating: 3/5

Spider-Man has always been the people’s superhero. He’s a high-school dweeb whose supernatural powers allow him to fight crime but don’t offer him any help at all in dealing with the everyday problems of being a teenager. Girls, friends, parents, aut...

  • Sat Apr 19:

    • 10:30
    • 13:45
    • 17:15
    • 20:45
    • 23:59
  • Sun Apr 20:

    • 10:30
    • 13:45
    • 17:15
    • 20:45
    • 23:59
  • Mon Apr 21:

    • 10:30
    • 13:45
    • 17:15
    • 20:45
  • Tue Apr 22:

    • 10:30
    • 13:45
    • 17:15
    • 20:45
  • Wed Apr 23:

    • 10:30
    • 13:45
    • 17:15
    • 20:45
  • Thu Apr 24:

    • 13:45
    • 17:15
    • 20:45
  • Fri Apr 25:

    • 14:15
    • 17:30
    • 20:45
  • Sat Apr 26:

    • 11:15
    • 14:30
    • 22:30
  • Sun Apr 27:

    • 10:30
    • 13:45
    • 17:15
    • 20:30
  • Mon Apr 28:

    • 14:15
    • 17:30
    • 20:45
  • Tue Apr 29:

    • 14:15
    • 17:30
    • 20:45
  • Wed Apr 30:

    • 14:15
    • 17:30
    • 20:45
  • Thu May 1:

    • 14:15
    • 17:30
    • 20:45

The Metropolitan Opera Live: Cosi Fan Tutte

James Levine conducts a live performance of Mozart's opera about testing the bonds of love from The Metropolitan Opera House in New York. Susanna Phillips and Isabel Leonard sing the roles of sisters Fiordiligi and Dorabella opposite Matthew Polenzan...

  • Sat Apr 26:

    • 17:55

The Metropolitan Opera Live: La Cenerentola

Fabio Luisi conducts a live performance of Rossini's fairy-tale opera in two acts featuring mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato in the Cinderella title role and tenor Juan Diego Florez as Prince Charming. The Metropolitan Opera House in New York also welcom...

  • Sat May 10:

    • 17:55
  • Fri Apr 25:

    • 10:30
  • Sun Apr 27:

    • 09:30
  • Mon Apr 28:

    • 11:45
  • Wed Apr 30:

    • 13:00
  • Tue Apr 22:

    • 09:30
  • Thu May 1:

    • 10:30
  • Sat Apr 19:

    • 09:30
  • Sun Apr 20:

    • 09:30
  • Mon Apr 21:

    • 09:30
  • Thu Apr 24:

    • 10:30
  • Fri Apr 25:

    • 13:00
  • Mon Apr 28:

    • 13:00
  • Tue Apr 29:

    • 11:45
  • Thu May 1:

    • 11:45
  • Wed Apr 23:

    • 09:30
  • Fri Apr 25:

    • 11:45
  • Sat Apr 26:

    • 10:00
  • Mon Apr 28:

    • 10:30
  • Tue Apr 29:

    • 13:00
  • Thu May 1:

    • 13:00

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Peter Davies

This should be a great cinema. But it isn't. Finding the entrance is the first challenge. Buying tickets is generally easy and there is a self serve option. But then you have to trek upstairs and you get let in at the bottom of the cinema. You climb interminable steps to get to your seat. The seats themselves are uncomfortable for any length of film except 20 minutes. So not much good then. The only decent seats are at the very top of the auditorium for which you pay a premium. The exit at the end of the film requires you to go up to the back of the auditorium and then take endless winding stairs down. There is a lift if you are clever enough to find it. The loos on the same level as the top of the auditorium are small and over crowded. I have been there for blockbusters and for opera. The screen is great, but not worth the extra cost or discomfort.