Prince Charles Cinema
The Prince Charles Cinema is a London favourite
Prince Charles Cinema, located in Leicester Place, just north of Leicester Square in London's West End, is an independent cinema that shows a variety of classic, art house and cult films in addition to newer Hollywood releases. It usually features about 10 different films each week in it's two theatres.
Opened in 1962 the Prince Charles Cinema has two screens, one with 285 seats and the other with 104 seats. A popular ongoing feature for the past five years is a sing-along version of the Sound of Music where the words of the songs are projected with the film and the audience is encouraged to sing along. Do to it's popularity, other Sing-a-Long titles have been added including Grease. The Prince Charles Cinema is considered to be one of London's best cinemas by local fans.
It is even rumoured that there is a ghost haunting the upper portion of the cinema. Staff of the cinema claim several sightings.
For more information about the Prince Charles Cinema as well as shows and schedules visit their official website: Prince Charles Cinema
|Getting There on Transit|
|Tube Line||Tube Station||Walking Time|
|Northern and Piccadilly lines||Leicester Square||2 minutes|
|Connections and additional information|
Walking Distance from Tube Station. No bus needed.