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Olympic Cinema

Cinemas Barnes
4 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
Olympic Cinema, Barnes

Time Out says

Since opening in late 2013 the Olympic Cinema has been a hit with the local community in Barnes – not least because there’s no competition anywhere nearby. The site first opened as Byfield Hall in 1906 – an entertainment venue that showed films as part of its line-up, although it was renamed Barnes Cinema in 1910. Since then, it has been a theatre, a cinema again, and more lately a leading recording studio (from 1966 to 2009). Now the cinema has two screens – with luxury seats and high-end tech – while the venue is also home to a restaurant and private members’ club.

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Address: 117-123 Church Road
London
SW13 9HL
Transport: Tube: Hammersmith
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