There aren't many of these old-fashioned cinemas left and it's worth coming just to admire the décor. The building began life as a theatre back in the 1930s and many of the original features have been preserved, like the opera house-style balconies, the enormous chandeliers and neoclassical-style plasterwork. You can sit in one of the luxuriously upholstered golden sofas or take one of the plastic chairs if there's no room, and see the film on the single large screen. Unlike in modern cinemas, you're still allowed to smoke. Later on at night this place changes into a popular and atmospheric disco. 10. Check listings for timings.
- Type: Movies
- Nearest Train: Bus: 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 13, 33, C, F