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5 Frognal, London, EN, GB, NW3 6AL

  • Phone: (44) 20 77940101
  • Fax: (44) 20 77940100
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Entertainment Venues

»Vue Cinema Finchley Road

Vue Cinema Finchley Road (O2 Center) is a 8-screen cinema that attracts movie lovers across London. 3-Ds, thrillers, comedies and romantic movies offer a mix bag of entertainment for children and adults. Besides there are cool offers on tickets, so you can view a selected film with your kids or a weekend release at big discounts. Ask them about their unique gift cards. There is a 500 car space parking lot to take away your parking woes to let you enjoy your favorite flick. The cinema also arranges private screenings for corporates clients. Call at +44 871 224 0240 for more information.

Finchley Road
London,

»Circle Community Project

The Circle Community Project, functioning from an old Mercedes Showroom, organizes performances, concerts and exhibitions that are popular among the masses. It is supported by a strong network of artistes and musicians who come together to make each event a success. The main theme for their endeavors is the environment and they work hard to increase the awareness of people towards environmental concerns.

341 Finchley Road
London, NW3 6ET

»Lund Theatre

University College School's in-house theater - Lund Theater hosts regular shows and productions by students. With a seating capacity of upto 150 and state-of-the-art acoustics and lighting systems, the theater is a perfect venue for staging performances, both on a large scale and small. Call ahead for inquiries and tickets. 

Frognal
London, NW3 6XH

»Pentameters Theatre

Located in the heart of Hamstead Village along with a number of restaurants, clubs and other places in the neighborhood, Pentameters Theatre has successfully gained popularity for its cultural art events and live theatre. They are not operational on Mondays, do check their upcoming events on their website.

28 Heath Street
London, NW3 6TE

»Everyman Cinema

The Everyman Cinema is one of London's oldest repertory cinema, and is extremely popular with London cine-goers. Tickets are cheaper than mainstream multiplexes, so you're getting a lot of celluloid fun for your money. There are no membership fees, and after its renovation, Everyman Cinema features two screens and full digital check-out. Classics from the 60s and 70s feature heavily on the program, but there are some more contemporary screenings too. One space for a wheelchair user is available, so be sure to call in advance if you need to reserve it. Call +44 871 906 9060 for details.

5 Holly Bush Vale
London, NW3 6TX

»Hampstead Theatre

Hampstead Theatre is a local theater that specializes in producing new and innovative plays. Although occasionally you can see an old favorite, most of the theater produced here, centers around new and innovative theater. There are 325 seats and a cafe bar that serves snack and drinks. Make sure you see the first production of a show, before it becomes a hit. Call for show timings and additional information.

Eton Avenue
London, NW3 3EU

»Odeon Swiss Cottage

Amidst the dreariness of this part of Swiss Cottage rises the blue-lit behemoth that is the Odeon Multiplex. Like other Odeons, the range of films is predominantly mainstream and American, but one can expect a few surprises. Call +0871 224 4007 for information.

96 Finchley Road
London, NW3 5EL

»St. Stephen's Church

Grade I listed St. Stephen's Church is built to the designs of Samuel Sanders Teulon and features Neo Gothic architectural style. Teulon remarked that this was his best creations from the 114 places of worship he designed. The church building is stunningly French in its design and features a gigantic square tower and steep roofs. When the church's design assignment was offered to Teulon, he insisted that the building be constructed of brick. Kentish Ragstone was used to built the ornate stone bands seen on the church's exterior. To complement the striking exteriors, the building's interior walls were lined with white, tallow and grey bricks sourced from Huntingdonshire.

Pond Street
London, NW3 2PP

»Burgh House

Constructed all the way back in 1704, during Queen Anne's reign, Burgh House became open to the public in 2006. It is used for various exhibitions, concerts, festivals and family events. This historic house also makes a wonderful setting for weddings and receptions. On-site is the Hampstead Museum, known for its exhibits on local art and history. The ground floor is home to the quaint Buttery Café.

New End Square
London, NW3 1LT

»Hampstead Town Hall

The Hampstead Town Hall is a community center that hosts various events and workshops to bring the members of the community closer. The hall is used for community gatherings and meetings. The Hall consists of various rooms that can be used to host parties, weddings  and other performances. Members can also enroll themselves for dance and music activities held here.

213 Haverstock Hill
London, NW3 4QP

»The Martial Arts Place

The Martial Arts Place specializes in Mo-Gei-Do which is a type of kickboxing and is a combination of karate and boxing as well. The expert team will guide and train you to defend yourself when in need. Whether you are a novice or a professional, you get to build your stamina and improvize your defence skills in a friendly environment.

88 Avenue Road
London, NW3 3HA

»Everyman's Screen Belsize Park

Owned by the Everyman Cinemas, the Screen on the Hill at Belsize Park has one screen that shows quality mainstream, as well as more obscure films. This movie theater also allows hosting of private screenings, exhibits and events throughout the year. Call for reservations or visit their website to know more. Call +0871 906 9060 for details.

203 Haverstock Hill
London, NW3 4QG
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