Cineworld is a large cinema complex that sits just off of Piccadilly Circus. It offers a wide selection of family and blockbuster films. It is a good place to head for an afternoon or evening of relaxation in the heart of the city.
This page will give you details relating to the Cineworld cinema in Piccadilly Circus. There is information on what to expect at the cinema, a link to ticket prices and instructions on how to get to the cinema from the closest tube and contact details.
Cineworld cinemas are standard large cinemas offering the latest in blockbuster movies. The Cineworld cinema is located about two minutes' walk from Piccadilly Circus. It offers large screens and a wide variety of films (you will need to check the official website to find out what films will be screening during your visit - see link below). You will be able to watch selected films in 3D here. They also have a section of the cinema that is called 'delux' where you can pay a little extra for a private bar area, bar service and extra comfy seating (see the official website for more details - see link below).
Don't forget that in Piccadilly Circus you are less than five minutes' walk from Leicester Square - this is an area that is famous for its cinemas. If you would like to watch movies on large screens (even larger than at normal cinemas!), or possibly even see stars arriving for a movie premiere, this is the place to head. For full advice, see our Guide to Leicester Square Cinemas.
There are two places to head in Cineworld if you are after refreshments and some snacks for whilst you watch the film. Cineworld has its own bar area, where you can sit and enjoy a drink or buy something to enjoy whilst you watch the film. Plus, ice cream lovers will be glad to know that there is also a Ben and Jerry's ice cream stand in the cinema - here you can get a wonder of flavours, from Chocolate Fudge Brownie to 'Cherry Garcia'.
Closest Tube: Piccadilly Circus (Brown Line / Bakerloo Line and Blue Line / Piccadilly Line)
When you leave the Piccadilly Circus tube station exit, head towards the large billboard signs (Sanyo is the one that you are most likely to notice). Look for a street called Coventry Street. Head up this street and you will find the customer entrance at the end of the street, on the corner with Shaftesbury Avenue.
The times of the films and also the opening times of the cinema vary. To find out about film times it is best to keep an eye on the official Cineworld Piccadilly Circus website (see the link below).
To book your cinema tickets, you can:
buy them at the venue,
book them online (see the link below)
Cinema prices can be different depending on whether you are a child, senior citizen or an adult. They also vary depending on what time of day you head to the cinema and what day of the week.
If you have a slightly more obscure film in mind that you would like to see, it is worth noting that you can get to The Curzon Cinema on the edge of Soho in under ten minutes from Piccadilly Circus. The Curzon Soho is one of the most popular cinemas in London for forward-thinking films and events. To find out more about the Curzon, see our Guide to the Soho Curzon Cinema.
Piccadilly Circus lies right in the very heart of London. If you are planning a day out with the kids, a cinema trip could be an good place to keep them entertained whilst also having a rest! Have a look at the film options that are on offer and choose one that will keep the whole family entertained.