London is one of the world’s most authentic and historic cities and its attachment to the entertainment industry cannot be stated enough. It is home to some of the finest cinemas a person can come across in this day and age. Let’s take a glance at five unusual cinemas in the city, which have been regarded as having something different about them.
This is the ‘oldest’ cinema in the list and one that has long been regarded as a ‘must see’ location because of the history it has to offer. In recent times, renovations were completed in order to keep it running.
What makes this cinema unique? Its variety of films along with having a kid’s club running alongside to keep the community involved is what makes it unique and/or unusual.
When it comes to ‘all in one’ options, this is the cinema for you. It has a cinema, theater, gallery, and of course a cafe too. There is something for everyone in this wonderful location.
Plays and films are run all year long and can be quite the experience.
There are five screens in this gorgeous theater and it was built in 1910. They run classics, contemporary films, and many other worldwide films for one and all to appreciate and enjoy. The arches near the entrance are what make it historic.
Care about charitable causes? All profits made from this cinema goes to charity. More reason to go to the movies. Many special screenings are held at this location because of this reason.
Are you a movie buff? Want to enjoy some of the finest films the nation has produced? Films you might never get the chance to see again? This is where BFI Southbank is well regarded as being unique and a great place to visit.
It is going to provide you with the level of entertainment that is desired. You might never want to leave once you start to sift through the wonderful collection that is on offer. The archive is massive and you are never going to run out of options.
These are five cinemas in London, which are often visited for these unique and unusual features. Many tourists appreciate what the city has to offer in this regard as it can make their trip exciting. Even the locals enjoy visiting from time to time.
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