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Everyman Cinema Hampstead

Everyman Cinema 5 Holly Bush Vale | Hampstead Village, London NW3 6TX, England
+44 870 066 4777
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Sadly snobby expensive

I have read many of the other reviews, at least 75% all loving the experience ! This reviewer has... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
jefadlm
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Greater London, United Kingdom
Good Cinema

Unless you have Meerkat Movies you will be paying close to £36 for two at the Vue in central... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2017
MSK888
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Everyman Cinema 5 Holly Bush Vale | Hampstead Village, London NW3 6TX, England
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I have read many of the other reviews, at least 75% all loving the experience ! This reviewer has never experienced ! Only ONCE I went to book at BELSIZE PARK, which previously had been the faultless SCREEN ON THE HILL which I USED TO...More

Thank jefadlm
Reviewed 30 September 2017 via mobile

Unless you have Meerkat Movies you will be paying close to £36 for two at the Vue in central London. That buys you uncomfortable seats, sticky floors, and the homeless person urinating in the corridor that time I went to see Kingsman, (much to the...More

1  Thank MSK888
Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

Saw Dunkirk and had to ask two people to not use there phone. Grrrrr. What is wrong with people. If a member of staff was in the showing I would have complained. Probably won't return on this basis as no different clientele to Vue etc,...More

Thank dawn186306
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

Took kids to see Dunkirk, nice family evening experience except made mistake of thinking we'd get food in the Cinema, £65 later still hungry! Slice of pizza for £6 is a nice starter. The cinema itself is excellent, been refurbished since our last visit and...More

Thank MrMagoos
Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

The cinema was great and comfortable. Excellent idea, and the film was introduced so was very personal. However there was no air con so it was way too hot unfortunately.

Thank a_13590
Reviewed 27 June 2017

I worked for 7years in Hampstead and used to go to the cinema after work.They used to have loads of old films ,I remember a Marx Brothers triple bill fondly,though the seats were very hard.It's all changed now.The seats are more comfortable and the prices...More

1  Thank wingate
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Reviewed 18 June 2017 via mobile

Nice cinema. No air conditioning in the cinemas (although the freezing temperatures of the lobby may fool you into thinking otherwise). They tried to tell us it would filter into the screens and keep them cool (it didn't). £17.50 a ticket is quite a lot...More

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Reviewed 6 June 2017 via mobile

I went to see the British Museum film about the Hokusai exhibition, but didn't stay when I was told the price was £22! It cost £12.50 for the same show in Crouch End! Shame on you, Everyman. I can't see this cinema thriving and won't...More

1  Thank cazza718
Reviewed 29 May 2017

The Everyman cinema in Baker Street doesn't seem to have it's own Tripadvisor page so I am using this one to leave a review. We visited in May 2017 to watch Guardians of the Galaxy 2 and overall we had a great experience. Yes the...More

Thank Gemma P
Reviewed 25 March 2017

Comfortable armchairs or couches, and a decent selection of snacks and drinks that you can enjoy while watching the movie or just before in one of the living rooms. Support independent cinemas!

Thank AlessandroT77
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zenasaminaden
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Response from George C | Reviewed this property |
Our concession tickets for Spectre at Gerrards Cross were £13.50
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