Cineworld At The O2, Greenwich

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Tower Hamlets

People don’t just come to the O2 Arena to watch Ed Sheeran play live. There is a cinema here too. The 11-screen Cineworld Greenwich is a multiplex that supersizes everything, from the jaw-dropping dimensions of the Sky Superscreen – the widest in Europe – down to the jam-packed programme brimming with titles. This is also where Sundance London pitches up each year when it brings its film festival to the capital, making this an important destination on the filmgoing map.

Venue name: Cineworld At The O2, Greenwich
Contact:
Address: The O2
Peninsula Square
London
SE10 0DX
Transport: Tube: North Greenwich
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