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    Prince Charles London

    Prince Charles London

    7 Leicester Place, London WC2H 7BY

    The golden age of movie magic lives on at this legendary two-screen cinema in London’s West End. Full Details


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    Contact & About

    The Prince Charles opened in 1991 and is Quentin Tarantino’s favourite when he’s in town. Originally a theatre and a picture-house showing saucy films – well, this is Soho – today it’s the only independent in cinema’s busiest square mile. Movies are shown in 35mm, 70mm and digital formats, and the food and drink offering is decent if predictable, including popcorn, sweets, pretzels, plus soft and alcoholic drinks. So what makes the Prince Charles so legendary? Its eclectic, forward-thinking programming, which includes arthouse and foreign flicks, classic movies, plus the latest Hollywood blockbusters and Harry Potter and Star Wars back-to-back marathons.

    Getting Here, Map & Parking

    The closest tube station is Leicester Square.