The Electric Cinema first opened in London's Portobello Road on 24 February 1910, it was one of the first buildings in Britain to be designed specifically for motion picture exhibition. It's seen an extremely turbulent life for more than 100 years and the interior of the Electric reflects the cinema's long history.
Sixty-five leather armchairs with footstools and side tables offer unparalleled comfort. In addition there are three 2-seater sofas at the rear of the theatre and six double beds in the front row providing a unique cinema experience.
Harkening to the past, the cinema now programs a healthy mix of current releases, re-runs, and classic and cult films. The most recent addition to the programme: a midnight opera!