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London attractions: Check out a flick at the Curzon Chelsea cinema
Published: Thursday 25th of October 2012
After a tough day trekking round London town, what better way to relax and recline than by checking out a movie at the famous Curzon Chelsea cinema.
Those with a London Pass can see all films without any further payment from Monday to Thursday and before 17.00 on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays, with the cinema itself offering a truly audiovisual masterclass in watching films.
This makes it a perfect way to round off a day's sightseeing with the cinema located on the King's Road, close to bars, restaurants and hotels.
It comes with a gargantuan screen as well as digital projection and Dolby surround sound meaning you can enjoy the latest and greatest films the way they were intended.
Aside from the latest Hollywood blockbusters, the cinema also has a good reputation for showcasing lesser-known independent and art house films.
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