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60-64, High Rd, London E18 2QL, UK – 0333 014 4501
Nice cinema. Never crowded. Some small screens but generally does what you'd expect. Food and nibbles are not cheap, as you'd expect from an Odeon. In fact seats are not cheap either considering it's in zone 4 or something. But yes, it does the job nicely and it's one of very few cinemas in that area.
This is a difficult one to review for me. It's my local cinema and I've been going there my whole life. Nevertheless here we go. Staff come and go as young adults take jobs for the holidays. Sometimes these temporary staff members are good, and sometimes they just need a bit more experience/training. The long-term members of staff have always been lovely to me. The screens and general decor of the cinema needs some attention. If I remember correctly, screen 3 doesn't have surround sound because some of the speakers are broken. The service is normally quick even when it's busy - and it has been busy in the past with queues right out the door. Like any cinema, the food is expensive for what you're getting, but I understand that's where they make their money as film distributors take a decent cut off ticket sales. Overall I love this cinema and if you're local too you probably don't need to read this review. I wouldn't recommend it expect anybody to go out their way to travel to this cinema.
267 High St, Walthamstow, London E17 7FD, UK – 0871 471 4714
Great facilities and staff. Sometimes can get really busy, especially on Tuesdays, so buy tickets in advance if you can. Seats comfy and they have nice choices for food and drinks. Self check out for the movie tickets is a welcome bonus and everyone who I have ordered food or drinks with has been really nice.
First visit and I was pleasantly surprised. Went there with the kids on a week day, so there was not so many people, which is just how I love it. The movie was in screen 6 and this is a TINY theater, there was probably only 7 rows, which I found quite an odd size, but the screen itself was clear, sound very good. The staffs are polite and helpful, the toilets were very clean. Food price seem cheaper compared to other cinemas, but my biggest surprise was that the sweet popcorn was actually sweet!! Very good experience. How is this place during the weekend when teenagers go there, I cannot comment as this was my first visit.
53 Hoe St, Walthamstow, London E17 4SA, UK – 020 8509 3880
This pub is easily my favourite in Walthamstow. The current owners have done a great job turning a rough football dive into a family friendly pub that is something special. No gimmicks or fashionable frills, but a range of great beer and a variety of different events / gigs / food etc.
Best pub in Walthamstow. Unpretentious, friendly, sometimes bustling, sometimes quiet community hub. Has won several CAMRA awards, hosts regular band nights with a range of music, as well as local theatre and top-flight comedy in the upstairs space. Serves as a drop-off/collection point for the local food bank and a meeting space for a variety of community groups. Well worth a visit.
5 Ashley Rd, London N17 9LJ, UK – 07969 138899
A lovely theatre space offering great quality productions of mostly new writing plus there is decent air conditioning. The only drawback is that it's a couple of flights of stairs to get there and the bar is on the ground floor!
Theatre is very small and cozy. Quite a few steps to get to it and you have to walk through the bar, which smells really strongly of chip fat.
Guildford Road, off Hale End Road,, Walthamstow, London E17 4EA, UK – 07860 716295
saw a peng ting in uniform. i asked for room service but she only gave me a drink. Disappointing, absolutely
A hidden gem, great place for plays.