#73: Relax at the Everyman Cinema

Watching a film at the Everyman Cinema is like being in your living room, just more upmarket. As one of Britain’s oldest independent cinemas that screened its first reel in […]


Everyman Belsize ParkWatching a film at the Everyman Cinema is like being in your living room, just more upmarket. As one of Britain’s oldest independent cinemas that screened its first reel in 1933, the Everyman offers something very different to the multiplex experience. Watch a film in a huge leather reclining armchair or on a big comfy couch (with pillows) for two, with a glass of wine and a piece of cake delivered right to your seat.

There are 5 Everyman Cinemas in London, but Belsize and Hampstead are my favourites. Smaller and cozy, they let you sit back, relax and enjoy the show.

It may be a bit pricey at £16 a ticket, but well worth it for not having to deal with annoying tweens and all those damn wrappers. Definitely one of best cinematic experiences you can have.

Everyman Hampstead, 5 Holly Bush Vale, Hampstead, London NW3 6TX
Everyman Belsize Park, 203 Haverstock Hill, London NW3 4QG
Everyman Baker Street 96-98 Baker St, London W1U 6TJ, United Kingdom
Everyman Islington 83 Upper St, London N1 0NP

Hampstead Everyman Cinema

Hampstead Everyman Cinema

Hampstead Everyman couch

Hampstead Everyman couch

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