Regent Street Cinema, London
Categories: Shopping, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Well known to tourists and Londoners alike, Regent Street Cinema (named after the Prince Regent) is one of the major shopping streets in London's West End. Completed in 1825, it runs from the Regent's residence at Carlton House in St James's at the southern end, through Piccadilly Circus and Oxford Circus, to All Souls Church. Shop among the 2 km (1.24 mi) of store frontage where you can choose from an extensive range of international brands or simply admire the architecture. Relax and enjoy a bite to eat or a drink at the new food quarters following your shopping expedition, or continue the route to Regent's Park. If visiting at Christmas, don’t miss the impressive illuminations. With our online itinerary creator, London attractions like Regent Street Cinema can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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Regent street is very easy to get to by bus, tube or walking. There are many different shops that you can have a look at and browse. You can spend a little or as long as you want here. I love coming a... read more »
Regent Street est un incontournable pour les accros du shopping ! Il y en a pour tous les goûts et la rue est vraiment belle !Regent Street is a must for the shopaholics! There is something for everyone and the street is really beautiful!show original
Sitio ideal para ir de compras y pasar un buen rato con buena comida y bebida, hay de todo desde lo caro a lo barato, el.sitio es vivo de noche y de dia, imperdible.Site ideal for shopping and having a good time with good food and drink, there is everything from the expensive to the cheap, el.sitio is alive day and night, not to be missed.show original
Great little cinema in central London. They show really interesting films,including double bills. I've seen quite a few older films now that I wouldn't usually get to see on the big screen. The screening of Metropolis with live organ/piano was fantastic. The staff are very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable about film. If you get the chance, take a look at their programme and pay them a visit. Very reasonably priced too.
Great little cinema showing a great programme of films. Particularly good is there Open City Docs linkup. Well worth a visit.
An amazing historic cinema beautifully restored with very comfortable seating and surroundings. London's cosiest cinema by far. The staff and the manager are very helpful. Top-notch.
Beautiful auditorium, full of history. Cinephiles' paradise.
Comfortable and classy. No commercials before the screening is a nice thing.
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