Vue Cinema Harrow information

Vue Cinema Harrow has 9 theatres with a total capacity of 1859 seats available.

Ranked #16 of 89 cinemas in London

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Fri 19 Oct 2018 to Thu 25 Oct 2018

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Daily 12:00-22:00

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Vue Cinema Harrow reviews

By Sean W.

I wouldn't advise anyone to go and watch a movie in this cinema. The Harrow Vue cinema floor is very sticky, I had nachos scattered all over the VIP Seats that I had booked. The managers Andrew Hoey and Neil Rebak are two of the biggest morons that I have ever met. They didn't even bother listening to my complaint. I will never go back to this cinema, the food prices are way too expensive, the toilets had urine everywhere as well as this the cinema lights came on before the movie ended.

By A W.

Serves the purpose of provinding cinema and film entertainment but sadly it's not a great venue. Very very expensive , access is not great and be prepared to wait in line for at least 15 minutes to get a ticket or snacks. The seats within are fine and the choice of film is diverse , comprehensive and up to date. However it looks dated as a multiplex and does not emit comfort or convey warmth. Hopefullly the proposed shopping complex and multi-screen cinema at the old 'Express Dairy' ground in South Ruislip will be granted planning permission by 'Harrow Council' and us locals will have a better and more modern choice of venue.

By J B.

If there was a 0 star option, thats what I would choose. I am appalled by the service and the arrogant staff. My two friends and I are 15 and 16, we wanted to see the Woman in Black, and after having received our mocks GCSE results, we decided to celebrate with a trip to the cinema. We travelled for an hour for a disappointing result in an eclipse of the heart. As top students, we understand the importance of law and society in todays world. However, we were rejected by the small matter of not having a carded ID; we had many different forms of ID, including oyster cards, GCSE results and we could certify that we were in Year 11 at school (meaning we are either 15 or 16). We even offered to call our parents for confirmation!! By turning us away, they have lost faithful customers and will not receive our trust and money again. I am not happy to inform you with this information, however I need to express my anger towards the matter.

By Huw S.

This cinema is expensive, and is constantly putting its prices up. The price of food and drink is extortionate. The staff are slow and have obviously not been well trained - even when the queues are long, they do not hurry. The management is poor. The foyer, like that of most multiplexes, is designed to dazzle and deafen you. Harrow Vue can usually be relied on to show the most mediocre films on current release - if a film is given one or two stars in the broadsheets or Time Out, you can guarantee it will be shown in Harrow.

By Theo T.

My star rating is a very kind ONE. The cinema is in a very unpopular location, ie the St George's Centre. It is a shopping centre hardly anyone goes if not for the cinema or McDonald's. The management at the Centre is not up to scratch. The whole place looks depressing and deserted. It is not a pleasant walk to the cinema once into the Centre. The Cinema itself is not very child friendly either. It is smelly/stuffy once inside.Anyway, as a local resident in Harrow, I go to Watford if we want to see a film.

By John E.

Basically an OK multiplex. More choice than the old cinemas on Station Road (closed 1990s, 2 or 3 screens each).

One or two screens show Bollywood films or similar. The price of tickets keeps rising but it isn't quite as expensive as some cinemas.

Convenient for those in or near Harrow. Quite near tube and bus stations, plus Chiltern Line trains.

20 minutes walk to Harrow & Wealdstone and Kenton Stations (London Overground trains and London Midland trains [H&W only]).

Multi-storey car park in same shopping complex. Payment is at automated machines (quite quick but refuse my card sometimes) or at refreshment stands (might have to wait for people buying food, drink, tickets and parking permits).

Try to pick a quiet time, such as Sunday tea time or Mon-Wed evenings. Weekday matinees are a bit cheaper.

Seats are fairly comfy. I like to sit in the back row of the front centre block.

Can be nice to walk home through parks and leafy streets after films.


Typical VUE Cinema; very expensive food and needless 60p booking fee [per ticket] for on-line reservation; this doesn't reserve you a seat just entry.

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