This Wimbledon branch of this arthouse cinema chain is kind of like the high street member of the family, what with it being inside an HMV store. But rest assured they still screen all the cult newbies and oldies, as well as a few blockbusters (well, everyone wants to see James Bond, don't they?).
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23 The Broadway
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- The young writer-director Damien Chazelle has followed his Oscar-winning drama 'Whiplash' with another entirely novel film steeped in the world of music. His soaring, romantic, extremely stylish and endlessly inventive 'La La Land' is that rare be...Read more
- Embarrassing dads don't come much more meaningful (or embarrassing) than the one in this German comedy. Running at nearly three hours, writer-director Maren Ade gives us a young workaholic professional German woman, Inès (Sandra Hüller), who’s on ...Read more
- The first miracle of Barry Jenkins’s exquisite coming-of-age drama ‘Moonlight’ – and this heartbreaker of a film is filled with miracles – happens around a kitchen table. We’ve already seen quiet, sullen Chiron (Alex Hibbert), a 10-year-old with f...Read more
- David Irving is one of Britain's most shameful sons: a once-respected historian who came to believe (or, at least, to claim publicly) that the Holocaust never happened, that it was all a conspiracy to provoke sympathy for the Jewish people. In 199...Read more
- Denzel Washington directs and stars in this powerful, respectful, occasionally shouty screen version of August Wilson’s 1983 play about an unhappy working-class African-American family in 1950s Pittsburgh. It’s muscular, solid, sturdy – all those ...Read more
- You can’t recreate your past, but you can relive it in your head over and over again, seeing it differently as you become someone new each year, month, week and day. That's the big, trippy idea at the heart of Danny Boyle’s ‘T2 Trainspotting’, a f...Read more
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Friendly, intimate venue to see a film. Caters for everyone and you won't feel out of place if you are an OAP or a trendy creative. Staff are very helpful and you can have a glass of wine/beer/gin whilst you watch your desired film!
A brilliant addition to Wimbledon where you can watch a film in comfort and with the respect of fellow cinema goers who appreciate cinema etiquette: here the clientele know not to to talk or play with their mobile phones or eat noisy food whilst screening.....it is so quiet!
Big comfy spacious chairs, clean, great service and you can take a bottle of wine, the whole bottle, not just a glass!