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Curzon Chelsea temporarily closed its doors on 31 March 2018. Cadogan will be redeveloping the site to enhance this central section of the King's Road and, once completed in the spring of 2022, the scheme will include a new state-of-the-art Curzon...more
It was a rainy day so I decided to go to the cinema, I could not believe the prices, 16 pounds for an adult and 13.50 for a senior and this was a matinee performance, coming from Vancouver where prices are less than half and...More
This was my 1st visit but not my friends, as she lives in London and I was visiting....
we went to see Paddington 2....FAB movie, of course!!!!
I only wish EVERY cinema was like this....VERY swish!! VERY small!! Just gorgeous!!!
Absolutely the best discovery this month! Curzon cinema in Oxford, is the best movie experience there is. "The man who invented Christmas" with the bottle of great Rioja with label from Miro painting which you can take with you inside and then finish your experience...More
As we were staying in the Chelsea area we went to the theater to see Victoria and Abdul. Tickets are in the $10 range, So about the same as home. Apparently you can buy a beer or wine and take it into the theater, but...More
A great big cinema with superb viewing and sound.
Is a little tired around the edges now and looks a bit tatty in places.
The worst thing is the seats! They are so uncomfortable. Even after around half an hour you start to feel fidgety....More
I do love going to the cinemas, there is a a character to them which I do appreciate BUT the tickets are ridiculously expensive and surely that can be sorted out.
The bars are nice with good selection of wine.
I am a great 'Curzon' fan and have recently obtained a membership card so could not resist going to see a film at the newest cinema in the organization,Aldgate. I work in Whitechapel so perfect opportunity.
I did struggle to locate the cinema...More
Very expensive, 15 pounds for a ticket. My seat was crashed, I was almost at floor level. There was a continuous electric noise coming from the right wall. They said the film was going to start at 15.10 but it started at 15.30. Never again.
A couple of comfy Pullman seats afforded us plenty of leg-room and a good view for a live broadcast of Kenneth Branagh's production of John Osborne's 'The Entertainer'. Pre-ordering interval drinks took no time at all, but our ( Asian ) server was abrupt to...More
Wealth courses through The King's Road, Chelsea's upmarket artery of West London life packed with shops, eateries and glitzy nightspots. For people-watching at its best and luxury retail therapy that's largely unrivalled, this area cannot be missed. But if this showy street starts to overwhelm or a moment of price tag shock sends you reeling, a quick detour down pretty much any of many King's Road veins will reveal
a quieter side of Chelsea. Here the stately Royal Hospital hosts its world-famous flower show, and the Thames rolls along at a lazy pace, with leafy Battersea Park and its Peace Pagoda beckoning from across the river.