Electric Cinema in Notting Hill.
With the exception of going to parties, seeing friends, and eating at restaurants, cinemas were some of the places that were most missed during the pandemic. Even the film productions were interrupted due to the risks, which left us without the releases, the popcorn smell, and all the experience that only this kind of place offers.
Fortunately, for many countries, life is returning to normal, and the time has come to put incredible places in travel itineraries. For those in London, one of these places is a movie theater, but not a shed with small chairs and a weird smell, because we're going to introduce you to a centuries-old experience.
Notting Hill's Electric Cinema has existed since 1910 but has undergone numerous restorations over the years. The most recent, ironically, due to an electrical accident. Despite being one of the oldest movie theaters in London, the technology keeps it cutting edge.
The restoration kept the Edwardian aesthetic but brought adaptations to 21st-century needs. The 83 guests are accommodated in large leather armchairs, with footrests, blankets, and champagne if you like. Before the movie starts, you can help yourself at the bar and order one of the many meals on the menu, not just popcorn and candy.
It's a memorable, breathtaking, long-lasting space that will easily live another 100 years to tell you thousands of other stories.
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