Everyman Muswell Hill
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A three-screen cinema in the Everyman luxury cinema chain.
Fortis Green Road
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Users say (5)
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4.4 / 5
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Great Everyman cinema! Definitely one of my favourites out of the Everyman chain. The staff are extremely friendly and helpful from the minute you enter. The entrance has beautiful neon lights paired with art deco style interior. There's a bar before you enter the screen where you can order popcorn, food and drinks to get delivered to your seats. Once inside, its total heaven! The comfy sofas make you feel right at home. Thoroughly enjoyed it! Makes for a brill luxurious cinema treat!
Great new addition to
Muswell Hill and so much better than the odeon who previously occupied the site.
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