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6 Red Lion St, Richmond TW9 6RE, UK – 0871 224 4007
It's handy and in a great location for eating before/after. The screens are all quite small, you often get relegated to the cinema round the back and invariably an icecream machine (or equiv) will be broken down. It's in the middle of Richmond so dont' expect it to be a drive up an park cinema.
The smaller odeon could do with a more local Costa. Great experience otherwise
72 Hill St, Richmond TW9 1RW, UK – 0333 014 4501
this is a lovely cinema - one really large screen for big action movies and a few other smaller screens. it's got character and is cosy, unlike a lot of other large-chain cinemas these days. there are 2 buildings round the corner from each other so check which one you're going to beforehand. firm local favourite :)
Standard Odeon cinema. Bit grotty but cheap tickets and they show most film genres. Be aware that the cinema is in two different buildings so allow an extra couple of minutes just in case your screening is in the other cinema.
3 Water Ln, Richmond TW9 1TJ, UK – 0333 321 0104
A warm welcome and a cool interior. Comfortable seats. Delicious g&t and nibbles. What 's not to greatly appreciate?
Nested on a quiet lane towards Richmond Riverside, this branch of the Curzon chain offers comfortable chairs and good sound system, quality films and the opportunity to watch them with a glass of champagne or wine. It gets sold out quickly over the weekends. Book in advance. Don't be put off by the screening being sold out. Give them a call as many members get free tickets with their membership but sometimes don't turn up. Enjoy the performance as much as we always do.
1 Clarence St, Richmond TW9 2SA, UK – 020 8940 3633
Small friendly off West End theatre with an amazing choice of original and unjustly forgotten drama. If you're keen on theatre, go there! Richmond is very easy to get to and the orange tree is 5mins walk. Good pub opposite
My favourite theatre in London. It's an incredibly intimate perfoming space where directors have to think about how to stage in the round and have to meet the unbelievably high standards that have been set in the last couple of years. Three of their original productions have gone on to the West End, two of those to the National Theatre! No other tiny, unfunded theatre packs so much punch. Also the staff are just the nicest, most helpful people you could hope to meet. If you can't get here, go and see " An Octoroon", their latest production now opening at The National Theatre.
12 Mattock Ln, London W5 5BQ, UK – 020 8567 5184
Great night out, cheap bar made it even better! The only thing i'd say is that it was quite stuffy in the auditorium, but then again it was literally the hottest day of the year today! Great experience, nice venue.
I've been involved with this theatre for years now, and can't see myself leaving any time soon; even though I live quite far away! The theatre has amazing facilities - a studio space, the Judi Dench Playhouse and also several rehearsal spaces. There's a cafe upstairs and an extremely nicely-priced bar downstairs. The people are all welcoming and friendly. The theatre also runs several educational courses for different ages, abilities and time commitments. Can't recommend it highly enough.
40 High St, Brentford TW8 0DS, UK – 020 8232 1010
Interesting events and a good restaurant. What more do you want? Maybe a cinema that has mother and baby screenings. The building is a bit scruffy but don't let that put you off..... Awesome stuff happens there. Hit the like button if this has been helpful. Thank you.
An excellent theatre, entertainment centre and cinema with a comfortable lounge area for coffee and snacks as well as a licensed restaurant. Highly recommended.