Great little cinema, hidden away in the basement of Aubin & Wills, London. Not exactly a fan of the brand but the cinema is pretty awesome. They show a variety of interesting films and have probably the comfiest seats including armchairs and sofas. Bit dear, but one of the best cinemas I’ve come across.
Address
The Aubin Cinema, 64-66 Redchurch Street, London, United Kingdom
Current city: London
Before graduating from Camberwell College of Art in 2009, Thom Stoodley has been working as a Graphic Designer for FreshBritain. With an interest in photography, architecture and fashion his work is varied but is always seeking inspiration from his surroundings.  
 

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