Regent Street Cinema

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Venue name: Regent Street Cinema
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Address: University of Westminster
309 Regent St
London
W1B 2UW
Transport: Tube: Oxford Circus
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    • 4 out of 5 stars
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    • 3 out of 5 stars
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    • 4 out of 5 stars
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Sarah R
tastemaker

Quite a majestic place, with amazingly comfortable seats and atmosphere that takes you back in time.

If I am being honest, one visit to this place and it made me a bit of a cinema snob. Now I would rather visit cinema it on rare occasions and make an evening out of it, and really choose a quality movie. Takes viewing movies on whole another level! Regent Street Cinema is for lovers of classical movies, products of movie elite.

Katie D
Staff Writer

This place is the best! We went the week it opened and saw an old black and white French film in just the fanciest setting - it looks like where Humphrey Bogart would have taken a date to see a film. It's amazing that it exists, just off the main drag of Oxford Street, and is a far more pleasurable experience than going to an iMax or Leicester Square multiplex. It's London (or maybe England?);s first cinema, and was recently restored to former glories. Go Go go!

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