Vue Piccadilly

Cinemas, Multiplex St James'
  • 4 out of 5 stars
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Venue name: Vue Piccadilly
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Address: 19
Lower Regent Street
London
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The Man on the Street

Saw Deepwater Horizon here last night with The Time Out Card. We were in screen 4. Guess it holds about 200. Seats perfectly comfortable , temperature just right and the sound system a wow ! Good place to see an action film. Just avoid the popcorn and chocolates. Crazy prices, but I suppose this cinema is in the shadow of Piccadilly Circus. Overall a very good experience.

Paula - ToT
tastemaker

This isn’t the fanciest of cinemas and could probably do with a makeover.  However, it’s a good size, is well-equipped and is in a great location.  TimeOut does many of its film screenings here and, depending on the film, you may have to arrive early to grab a good seat.

Jojuj
Tastemaker

Surprisingly charming for a cinema that's a) on Regent St and b) part of a chain. This Vue appears to have had an interesting history, with decor that seems out of a 1960s sci-fi film plus mysterious rooms. The seats are shockingly comfortable, with plenty of leg room. One perhaps pernickety niggle is that the water taps in the toilets are horribly inefficient, so the place must waste enough water each day to supply a small town. Overall, though, this is a pleasant and atmospheric alternative to the nearby Leicester Square cinemas.