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Genesis White Chapel

The Genesis Cinema Whitechapel offers a luxury cinema in Studio 4 and 5.

The Genesis Cinema Whitechapel offer a luxury cinema experience in the heart of the East End of London in Studio 4 and Studio 5. Containing 42 and 40 seats respectively, customers can recline in comfy sofas and armchairs (complete with blankets and Ottoman foot-stalls). These beautifully decorated screens also boasts service from its in-screen bar serving a selection of drinks and snacks before the feature film.

The cinema is family owned and an independent cinema continuing the tradition of entertaining East London since 1848.

If you do not fancy the luxury experience, they have also the regular cinema rooms.

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

Opening Hours

Open from 8 am till midnight.

How to get there

Whitechapel, Stepney Green
25, 205, 106, 254
Cleveland Way
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