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Electric Cinema Portobello

The Electric Cinema Portobello, one of the oldest cinema’s in the UK,  is a luxury cinema in Notting Hill.

You can enjoy your movie in a cosy sofa or on the front row even a lounge bed for two persons.

The fully-licensed bar serves a selection of cocktails, wine, beer and champagne. Substantial cinema snacks are also available prior to each film.

Next door they have the Electric Diner which serves breakfast and typical diner food and is open until late.

Going to the cinema is becoming an event again! 

Other great luxury cinemas are: The Castle Cinema, Genesis Cinema Whitechapel and Screen on the Green.

Opening Hours

Mon – Sat: 9am – 8.30pm
Sun: 10am – 8.30pm

How to get there

Ladbroke Grove, Westbourne Park, Notting Hill Gate
23
Blenheim Crescent, All Saints Church
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