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Cinemas in Hampstead, Greater London*

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  • The Screen on the Hill in Belsize Park is a lovely place to while away a rainy Sunday afternoon - its really little and a bit like how cinemas used to be.
  • The ABC Hampstead Heath down the bottom end of Hampstead next to the Royal Free Hospital is dirt cheap and always empty; good venue for back row frolicking. Arty farty films are always available at the old fashioned Everyman cinema up top near the Food Hall.
  • EVERYMAN! Newly refurbished reopened and back on form. and reasonably priced now. No wonder Pullman couldn't hack it. They hadn't a clue. The new owners love diverse array of quality films. Also home of annual "Made in Camden" (Borough) Film Festival. Screen on the Hill (Haverstock Hill) not to be knocked. The Tricycle in Kilburn/West Hampstead (as estate agents like to call it)s a shortish walk away, also highly recommended.
  • The Everyman has indeed been refurbished as the Pullman Everyman and lost some of its charm. It has become, like the Screen on the Green, a cinema that leans towards independent films rather than the paragon of varied and challenging programming it used to be.
  • YES! - Love these...grew up going to them regularly....I only wish where I live now had as many cinemas to go to as North London....
  • The Everyman Cinema- the oldest reportory cinema in the world is currently under refurbishment but will hopefully open, with a new cafe, in February. This is one of the nicest places on earth.

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Last updated: 2008-10-14

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