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Vue Westfield Stratford City

Cinemas, Multiplex Stratford
4 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)

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Address: 2 Stratford Place
Stratford
London
E20 1EJ
Transport: Tube: Stratford
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Users say (3)

4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.3 / 5

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tastemaker

This is a huge multi screen cinema complex with all the usual Vue cinema trimmings. A good selection of food options, self service ticket despensers and fairly comfy cinema seats. All good.

Some great restaurants based around the cinema too if you fancied making a bit of a date night out of it.

Tastemaker

Vue cinemas are pretty much the same everywhere, but this one is fairly new and in the middle of Westfield so it's good for popping in after a bit of shopping and grabbing something to eat. There are often lots of different viewing times (though weirdly they are not all listed together on the screens outside so you have to keep an eye out for different times cycling on the screens or check on the booking machine to see them all). As someone with fairly long legs this is my cinema of choice if only for the generous leg room! 

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