Maida Vale Everyman

Cinemas , Independent Maida Vale
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Venue name: Maida Vale Everyman
Address: 215 Sutherland Ave
Maida Vale
W9 1RU
Transport: Tube: Maida Vale
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Rosanna N

I am a self-confessed cinema snob. Unfortunately Odeon, Vues and the like remind me of bad 15 year old dates (always followed by a cheeky nandos), noisy kids and popcorn covered seats.

Everyman on the other hand appeals to me in every way. Comfy sofas, delicious food and even champagne and ice-buckets, it just makes film viewing so much more enjoyable. The price difference isn't even that bad. As cinema trips have got more expensive as the years have gone by (hello 3D) forking out a few quid more for the luxury of sofas and food brought to you doesn't seem that unreasonable. The Maida Vale one is in a great location, 5 mins from the tube and near The Elgin pub if you want a drink beforehand :-)

NakedPRGirl Claire

This is my favourite favourite cinema!!! It's in Maida Vale so closest to Maida Vale or Warwick Avenue tube and a stones throw from The Warrington pub if you fancy a drink after. It's got wall full of old movie posters from Fight Club to Bond as you go in so you know you're in the home of cinema. It's not much pricier than your average cinema at around £16 for a ticket but the extras are worth it! First there is a small bar which serves drinks (including alcohol) and snacks (including mini pizza and nachos). The cinemas are small but perfectly formed but make sure you book in advance. The comfortable sofas are really relaxing and it's nice and intimate. Sign up to their newsletters for all latest releases and classic film dates.