Cineworld West India QuayCurrently Closed
- Address: Hertsmere Rd, E14 4AL, London, United Kingdom
- Timings: 10:00 am - 11:59 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Social, Entertainment, Movie Theatres, Food And Dining, Restaurants
Frequently hosting the buzz of the town, Cineworld West India Quay is a popular music and show venue in London, United Kingdom. However, you can visit this place irrespective of whether there is an event or not. It is aesthetically very well designed, so visiting this at any time can be a good idea. There are a lot of nearby attractions that you can check out after you are done visiting Cineworld West India Quay. To assist with a smooth and rewarding visit, this page is full of crucial information.
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Generally well-behaved crowds in smaller-than-usual theatres. Decent selection unless you're into foreign/art-house films. Cineworld Unlimited is a great deal and includes a discount at the concessions and bar here. Even lots of food out there and every cuisine is different and good after watching nice Hollywood movie.
On the 17 August, I got 2 tickets (1 with a Vitality code and the other a student ticket) to see 'The Festival' at West India Quay. I purchased the tickets prior to the film at the cinema and then upon arrival before the showing started, got to the cinema to see that the it was shut with a notice on the doors (please see notice attached). The staff at the door mentioned that the O2 (Greenwich Cineworld was the closest and that they were aware of the situation there so it would be best to go there. We made the journey to the Cineworld Greenwich at the O2 in time for the 20:50 showing, only to be told when we got there that our tickets could not be re-issued for a showing there. This was not great news given that the West India Quay cinema is a 5 minute walk from my flat and I had travelled to the O2 expecting to be able to see the film based on information given by staff. I spoke to 3 separate members of staff at the O2; the manager said that the West India Quay staff should have sent the bookings across which hadn't been done so they could not provide us with tickets due to the different booking systems. This was absolutely ridiculous that not only had we made the journey to get to the O2 in good time, but we were told this information and that the only way for us to see the film would be to either ring for a refund there and then (which would have meant missing part of the film) or to purchase tickets again and then apply for a refund. What should have been a calm evening after a stressful week, turned out to be very frustrating having to travel to another cinema and then be told to re-purchase tickets for something which was not not my fault. There was no offer of anything in return for the inconvenience so we paid full price for the tickets and food and rushed into the film before it started as I was not going to make the journey back home and it be a wasted trip. The team at the O2 were polite and calm, however the system in place and the fact that nothing was offered for the inconvenience was quite disappointing, as it seemed that both cinemas were operating as separate entities with a huge lack of communication. Again, the customer experience should not be compromised because of this which it was on that evening.
Modern cinema with all new Hollywood movies on display. 3 floors with snack shop and screens. Nicely located close to Canary Warf with lots of food and drink places to go to after the film.
Screen 9 projection is tuned extremely poorly so if a film is ‘dark’ you can barely make out the actors’ faces. The sound quality is poor as well. NOT RECOMMENDED as a cinema theatre, as you’ll end up having to watch the same film again somewhere else. Plus some of the ticket machines have trouble recognising my card (the only place in London I have to use staffed ticket desks, instead of machines) and don’t accept Apple Pay.
Our local cinema and has recently had a refurbishment. They now have a 270 degree experience. Staff are courteous and it's the usual food and drinks thats available at Cineworld