The Knowhere Guide

Cinemas in Ealing, Greater London*

Places to go to see the latest releases

You can tell us more about Ealing.

  • The one on Uxbridge road was great, like an old theatre stage with a cinema screen on, truly unique but then, it closed. You probably have to go to wembley or something.
  • The cinema here is a dump. I spend most of my dates in ealing, clubs and food and that, but the minute someone says come cinema, we're on our way to park royal
  • Theres one in west ealing that is ok
  • Vue in park royals nice but wanabees are not dfar at all. Still itd the film u want right?Screens alright bit prcy. There cineworld too in ealing.
  • remember the Cannon ?
  • Tho not strictly Ealing, in Brentford, opp McDonalds you can find the Watermans arts centre, they show foreign films, some good French stuff, Chinese, Korean...
  • One in Ealing Broadway is a pokey little hole with overpriced food and barely and decent films. Go to Warner Bros (think its called VUE now), they have 12 screens and do every film out! Clean, good atmosphere and no bastards (most of the time).
  • Has UGC in Ealing Broadway, Indian cinema in Southall and Odeon in Uxbridge. We often go to Hammersmith, Staples Corner or Slough for additional options.
  • Pretty might as well drive to park royal and go to the warner village for bigger screens and less crowds..
  • ealing has one and its on the broadway!!
  • The only one there is a cold depressing little hole (like ealing in general). Its full of little b'stards who ruin the film. Its a rip off and you get no leg room. Beware the tube... Beware the North Star
  • Ealing Cinema (opposite town hall) is like paying for a back row ticket at wembley, and trying to watch a 26" TV in the middle of the stage. avoid. Its full of noisy indian rooodboys anyway.
  • UGC Cinema, 3 screens, well worth a visit. The Warner Village Cinema, technically at Park Royal but who's counting? 10 screens of lovelyness plus a tacky nightclub, bowling alley, huge games arcade, lots of restaurants AND a pub. Now there's value for money.
  • out of focus films yobby audience dirty seats scruffy outside graffiti strewn
  • one a vIrgin films fuzzy and out of focus 100s inner city kids munching food in front row not a nice place to see a film staff so lazy you can walk in free sometimes though
  • What was our beloved Flea Pit is now Belle Vue cinema (top end of Northfields Ave, W13) and specialises in Asian cinema [due to local demand?] The mainstream cinemas in the area are the Virgin Cinema (Uxbridge Road, W5) and Warner Bros. Cinema (Royale Leisure Park, Park Royal). The Warner Bros. one is better in my opinion, but it's a little harder to get to. Worth it in the ned though (if you're loaded) because it has everything there: Pizza, Mexican, Fast Food (BK and McD's), Bowling, Sega Park, Pub, "Discotheque"...

Search Knowhere for something else:


All the information in the Knowhere Guide has been contributed by users over the years. No one person is responsible for it all and not all contributors will agree with all the opinions included.

Parts of this information have been supplied by: George, a johnson, Nick Pomeroy, aNTONIOg, martin, Paul Hilling (nee Monaghan), ellis hayes, Daniel, em, Graham Brown, alex, Paul Gibbs, Dave Jones, jack sims, Jonathan Bown, Nigel Sumner, richard, marcus, Martin Proll,, fuck you, Theo papo, elliott michaels, Charlie, dedmemez, hamish mcdougal, Jim Thompson, rachel, Lisa, Irish Mark, aaron, cb, marekherezinski, Allan Kelly, Mr.Campbell, Pip, bruce, luke, Charlie Pottins, nikky, Andrew Moseby, Tom C, matt, Mr.Halsey, Anthgony, simon batterbury (again), Jon B, matt h, Amelie Poulain, Richard Williams, lezen, smelly elly, Ian Sayer, Ealing92, Mia Davies, halsey, Karl (again), Mr.Charles, jade, Les Smith, Caroline, Naveen Rao, Martyn Davies, ian sampson, Julie Mok, Pete T, Fred Hunt, Phil D, Colin Crook, Lynn Clements, jim-bob, mark, Peter Wyndham, alice, jim, chris murrell, Clarice, Ian Hall, Dan, Hank Thrifter, Joanna Chivers, Karl, Charles, william, Alison Cheyney, Amy *Devil Child*, boff, michmac, Maurice, Tenzin, John Bird, Antonia K, Karl Marx, Laura, Andrea Bain, Paul, David, Liz, Samir Savant, cecil gaybody, Michael Corby, tp, Henry, Chrissy, marko, Catherine Smallwood, Peter Rowan, Sue, sam, r0ya, ANON, philly, generic, oZ, Michael, sam quinn, Sarah Kirkum, jimbo, john wilsher, matt goatley, vzvvxcz, Art Forth, Peter Dunn, John, Alistair, Russ, horatio pars-nips, Jimi Hendrix, fran hill

Last updated: 2009-07-13

More stuff about Ealing

Sports Shops

The Best Things

Live Music Venues

Recording Studios, Rehearsal Rooms, PA Hire

Cringing Cult of Celebrity

Record Shops

Hookup Spots

Favourite Building

Local Bands

Buskers, Street Entertainers

LAN Parties, Tournaments, LAN Game Cafes, WiFi Meets, PSP/DS Meets

Sports Clubs and Facilities

BMX Trails, Street Spots

Cafes and Coffee Shops


Related Links

Computer and Games Shops

Alternative Lifestyle

Bicycle Shops, Bike Sales and Repairs

The Worst Things

Cheap Food

The Stuff We Can't Fit In Somewhere Else

Hostels, B&Bs, Hotels, Accommodation

Clubs (Dance Music) and Music Bars

Musical Instrument Shops and DJ Gear

Arts, crafts and such

Magazine and Comic Shops

Skateboarding Spots


Clothes Shops, Shoe Shops, Fashion and Bargains

Demolish It Now Building

Skateboard Shops

Ealing Knowhere Board

If you are unhappy with any of the content on this page, turn on the flags.

Mail our automatic mailback service at for helpful information and further details of how to contact Knowhere. Thanks.
Knowhere regards your privacy with utmost importance. Read our privacy policy.
Read more about Knowhere.