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Everyman Baker Street

Cinemas, Independent Baker Street
3 out of 5 stars
(5user reviews)
Everyman Baker Street
Dan Dennison

Time Out says

A branch of the popular and upmarket Everyman Cinemas chain. Its two screens pack in 60 seats each, and there's a bar serving alcoholic drinks and tip-top pizzas. Programming-wise, expect new-release blockbusters, indie hits and the odd special event.

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Details

Address: 96-98 Baker St
London
W1U 6TJ
Transport: Tube: Baker St/Marylebone
Price: £10.70–£14.90
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Users say (5)

3 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

2.8 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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  • 1 star:2
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Tastemaker

A little pricey for a cinema trip when you tot up tickets, snacks and drinks but for something special, it’s worth spoiling yourself every now and again. I love this branch for the convenience of location, only a few minutes down from Baker Street Station and not far of a walk down to the central line and oxford street. The screens are intimate with comfy premium seating and a good selection of snacks and drinks, including a bar if you fancy a tipple. Although they now offer meals which I still find hard to understand in a cinema, I’m all about the popcorn and chocolate buttons if I'm honest.

 

tastemaker

So I'm a fan of this cinema branch and so when we came here the other day to watch a movie I knew exactly what to expect.

Its a nicer experience than your average odeon cinema with comfy seating which enables you to really relax and feel at home.

Yes tickets are over £15 but sometimes you've got to pay for a few comforts 😉


This cinema has been recently refurbished and has no hearing. The website does not confirm that there is no heating in the. One ma when they charge you 17.50 gbp per ticket. Just before the fil is about to start the assistant manager informs clients after they have paid to watch the film. Flimsy blankets provided not warm enough. AM does not know when the issue is going to be resolved. Exterely unhelpful and incompetent in customer relations. Stay away!

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