The London Dungeon is a must-visit attraction for anyone planning a getaway to London’s iconic South Bank, but guests are also in for a treat in terms of the vast array of attractions open to them in the area.
Taking some time out of a busy schedule to sit back, relax and catch the latest movies could be a great way to spend some time when visiting the capital, so here are just a few local options to think about.
Odeon Cinemas, 1 Charlie Chaplin Walk
With a total of 26 cinemas in the Greater London area, Odeon offers a wealth of opportunities for lovers of the silver screen to satisfy their cravings for the latest high-budget blockbusters and popular movies.
Offering 2D and 3D showcases of the latest films, Odeon Cinemas can be the perfect choice for families visiting the capital, while visitors can also grab a great bite to eat from the venue’s on-site bar and restaurant.
BFI Southbank, South Block (Belvedere Road)
For all those with a penchant for classical film and TV, the British Film Institute (BFI) could be just what the doctor ordered when planning a visit to the English capital.
BFI Southbank features four screens and shows more than 2,000 classic and contemporary films every year. It also allows visitors to watch more than 1,000 hours of free film and TV in the Mediatheque – a facility devoted to the best in on-screen entertainment.
Curzon Mondrian London, 20 Upper Ground
An intimate venue with just 56 seats for guests; what sets the Curzon Mondrian London apart from its competitors is the level of luxury visitors can expect before, during and after their screening.
With a well-stocked bar and the opportunity for fine dining, visitors can make an entire evening of a visit to the Curzon Mondrian London, while they are also guaranteed an intimate and private evening due to the space and screens intentionally incorporated into the cinema area.
Open on Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays only, the venue features 4K digital projection, Dolby 7.1 surround sound and luxurious seating options.