Everyman Hampstead information

A world renowned venue located in the heart of Hampstead Village, North London. Since taking over the old Everyman Cinema in 2000, Everyman Media is now revolutionising the silver screen experience with its unique and industry leading concept which sets new standards in style, comfort and service to provide an upmarket, multi-functional destination.

Ranked #49 of 89 cinemas in London

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Fri 19 Oct 2018 to Thu 25 Oct 2018

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By F L.

There have been problems with on-line bookings in the past with this cinema. During a Quantum of Solace screening in December 2008 the entire gallery (the 'posh' seat section) was double booked and the arguments between staff ordering us in no uncertain terms we HAD to leave and the majority of punters like me who had bought and occupied their confirmed places and flatly refused to leave resulted in a good half hour delayed start of this screening. Apologies by the management followed, at the end of the movie, in person, and in writing, and we were all given two free tickets for our own use at the cinema for a later date. What does this all mean? Primarily that this cinema is extremely popular (almost invariably sold out 'on the night'), and probably for a good reason. Why? I think because they have managed to offer us something we all crave for: a real cinema experience where you are very comfortable and are being made to feel special. BTW, I think this only applies to the Hampstead Everyman cinema. The one at Belsize Park used to be much nicer when it was still the 'Screen on the Hill' (and we still had a House on the Hill restaurant instead of this blooming generic Carluccios. But that's a whole different story). Conclusion? Mostly sold out, undeniably good experience, but very very very expensive with a price of £16.50 for an average gallery a ticket and on top having to pay a booking fee of £1.50 which one can not avoid.

By Liam F.

Great little cinema, amazing service! Went here last night to watch Marley and had a wonderful time. Hot pizza and a bottle of Prosecco brought to our seats while waiting for the movie to start. The staff were really friendly and the atmosphere was just great. Definitely worth checking out if you're in the area!

By D O.

For a special occasion i had booked for my boyfriend and I to go and see The Hangover 2 at the Everyman cinema in Hampstead. It was probably the worst cinema experience. First of all when i booked online it charged me but did not reserve the seats. I then had to call up the helpline and waited for a long time for the problem to be resolved. They gave me the original seat i had booked. We went to the cinema and sat in the seats i had originally booked and that were on the booking reference. They had double booked our seats. They then rudely moved us for another couple and sat us right at the back in the corner from where we could hardly see the screen. i would not recommend this cinema.

By Lisa E.

Four out of Five stars

Not content with living in one of the most prestigious areas of London, Hampstead residents now have the new Club Suites at the Everyman Cinema to smile smugly about.

Less fortunate folk across the capital would be well advised to take a trip to Hampstead for their next film fix. The Club Suites at the Everyman Cinema offer a cinematic experience set within the lap of luxury. Stretch out on sofas for two (complete with footstool) and sip from glasses of wine served from your own personal wine cooler, whilst nibbling daintily from individual bowls of cashew, pistachio and mixed nuts.

The period features which have been retained in the screening rooms, lend a decadent air to a night at the cinema. The Club Suites themselves are dimly lit by candlelight and make up the two separate outer aisles adding a further touch of intimacy to your sofa for two.

As this is not a gigantic, pack ‘em in, monolith of a cinema the only criticism that could be levelled at the Everyman Cinema is that the standard seats don’t have much provision for juggling drinks and snacks (no supersize bags of popcorn and trays of nachos here); although your waistline may well thank you for it.

A selection of arthouse and mainstream films plus regular seasons and cinematic ‘firsts’ make for compulsive viewing but it is not the Everyman Cinema’s only appeal. The bar and café housed within the cinema are easily destinations in their own right. Accompanied by the friendly charm of the staff and their ability to make you feel like a regular even if it is your first visit, it is no wonder that the Everyman Cinema has become such a fixture in social diaries across London.

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