Time Out says
One of London’s friendliest cinemas, the Lexi is run mostly by enthusiastic local volunteers, with every penny of profits going to charity. You might see anything from recent blockbusters to arthouse and foreign films, with the programme filled out by special events, Q&As and classic-movie seasons (a run of Truffaut oldies was accompanied by cheese and wine tastings). The chairs are comfy, the sound system is great and the bar is cosy. The Lexi team is also responsible for the peripatetic outdoor cinema screen Nomad (www.whereisthenomad.com).
194 Chamberlayne Rd
|Transport:||Tube: Kensal Green|
|Price:||Tickets £7-11.50; £5-£8.50 reductions|
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