The Lexi Cinema information

The Lexi Cinema is a state of the art digital cinema located in the heart of Kensal Rise. They will show an eclectic range of mainstream films and arthouse with new and old releases. The building still includes its original Edwardian features, it will be transformed into an 80 seater cinema house combining the past and present.

Ranked #25 of 89 cinemas in London

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Top film times for The Lexi Cinema

Fri 19 Oct 2018 to Thu 25 Oct 2018

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri


Fri/Mon-Thu 3.00 (Mon) 6.20 8.50; Sat 3.00 5.40 8.20; Sun 2.30 5.00

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The Lexi Cinema reviews

By Maxine S.

On the plus side, it can be very pleasant, and the proceeds benefit a worthy cause. However, in order to keep costs at a minimum in order to benefit a good charity, sometimes it is very amateurish. Consequently, it can sometimes be a less than adequate experience.

By Sandra L.

I agree with the other reviewers, in that I think it is a great place - I grew up 5 minutes away, and am delighted because I now feel like this area is on the map.

I love the idea of being able to see arthouse films - and the venue is extremely comfortable with good screen, good sound etc - even the toilets are pristine!

actually I give it an A* in my London good loo guide - I just hope it manages to survive, and that enough people take advantage of its existence -

From North-west and West London it's easy to get to by car, and there's a bus stop (52, 6, etc) right outside -I highly recommend it - for any of its wide array of films -

By Ly L.

passed it many times on the 52 bus home and decided to book ticket for Australia.Bit disappointed with film but venue was one of a kind, a niche hidden in kensal rise, and soo cheap!!!

Best bit is hot guy started chatting to me at bar and going out on third date tomorrow!Hope this becomes a kind of secret pick up joint for those of us in NW ... he heHighly recommended girls! You must go visit!!!

By Gh D.

A great Venue. I live round the corner and have been twice. Great range of films from the very commerical (e.g. Bond) to art house and foreign movies. Small (80 comfortable seats) and intimate (and nicely decorated) it has a large screen and fantastic sound, apparently, really state of the art. There is a small bar and plenty of lovely snacks. A bit out of the way, and given it's distance from the the Tube stations (kensal rise overground is a nearest) and the fact that it's on a residential street I guess it will primarily be a local attraction, but it's well worth a trip and afterwards fro drinks and food one can pop round to the Island on College Rd, or along Chamgerlayne Road to one of the places springing up down there.

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