Oh the weather outside is frightful, but these luxe cinemas are SO delightful... and full of blankets. And beer. AND SQUISHY SOFAS FOR SNUGGLING. Check 'em out until the sun comes back (WHEN THOUGH?!) starting with Electric Cinema Portobello & Shoreditch.
With 4K digital projection, Dolby 7.1 surround sound, luxurious seating, incredible design and a lovely hot food menu, movie night doesn't much more luxe than at Curzon Mondrian, on London's Southbank.
Found in both beautiful old buildings and spanking new surrounds, Everyman cinema screens offer the height of luxury. Grab a drink at the bar, then snuggle up on cosy double sofas and tuck into a pizza or burger delivered straight to your seat. Heaven.
Odeon Luxe: the Odeon cinema experience you've had about once a month since you were 15, but with First class aeroplane-style leather seats, footrests, giant screens, better sound quality and less screaming kids making you want to cry into your popcorn.
Regarded as "the birthplace of British cinema", Regent Street Cinema featured the first motion picture shown in the United Kingdom. Now it shows a variety of matinee classics, arthouse newbies and blockbusters, seconds from Oxford Circus.
If you haven't experienced Secret Cinema, book tickets to its latest project, Bladerunner: The Final Cut, NOW. Right now. We mean it. They're expensive, but it's quite simply the best thing a film lover can do in London.
Genesis is one of the coolest cinemas around, but few people realise Screens 4 & 5 offer the height of luxury viewing - comfy double sofas, footrests, and an in-screen bar so you never go thirsty. We can think of nowhere better to hide until Spring.