Film premiere cinema locations in London

London Film premieres are a vital event during the release of a movie.

By Inviting the lead and supporting cast, notable media people and influencers from the industry including the press plus popular celebrities can walk the red carpet, meet the fans and enjoy the film – these celebrity events can help make a splash and get the movie in front of the paying public in many cinemas with the promotion from photos in the paper of the event, reviews on websites like ours to interviews getting broadcast worldwide including live streams.. An ideal film premiere location in London would be Leicester Square.

leicester square film premiere

Not only is it a chance to thank everyone including cast, production and backers for their contribution to the film, but it’s also a great way to create marketing and hype around the upcoming movie release via the red carpet event.

Vue Cinema London – West End (Leicester Square) Max 784 seats
All the latest mainstream movies are shown at this state-of-the-art chain cinema with family deals. This Superb venue offers a sense of glamour, with 794 seats it the perfect venue for any corporate event or larger business presentation.

ODEON Luxe Leicester Square
State-of-the-art chain cinema for blockbusters in 2-D or 3-D format, plus family and student deals.

Cineworld Cinema – London Leicester Square – up to 850 seats
The Empire, Leicester Square is a cinema currently operated by Cineworld on the north side of Leicester Square, London. The Empire was originally built in 1884 as a variety theatre and was rebuilt for films in the 1920s.

Prince Charles Cinema – 404 capactity
The Prince Charles Cinema is a repertory cinema located in Leicester Place, 50 yards north of Leicester Square in the West End of London. It shows a rotating programme of cult, arthouse, and classic films alongside recent Hollywood releases – typically more than ten different films a week on two screens.

Royal Albert Hall – 5,272 seats max capacity
The Hall was originally designed with a capacity for 8,000 people and has accommodated as many as 12,000 (although present-day safety restrictions mean the maximum permitted capacity is now 5,272 including standing in the Gallery)

Curzon Mayfair. Screen 1 – 307 seats,
Mayfair was the very first Curzon cinema in our circuit and has listed status. Originally built in 1934 from a commission by the Marques de Casa Maury the Wingate family leased the building after World War II and started importing foreign language films. Mayfair has a rich cinematic history having played host to numerous star studded premieres.

Vue Cinema London – Piccadilly

Film premieres are set to return to Leicester square. Read our premiere ticket page and here for premiere tips if you are looking to attend as a fan / member of public for a photo / selfie, autograph / signed item.

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