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The Gate Picturehouse

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Marina
Marina
February 8, 2020
Dating back to 1911, The Gate is a gorgeous single-screen cinema in London's captivating Notting Hill.
Ian
Ian
February 6, 2019
Our much loved local independent cinema built in 1907 and recently renovated. The auditorium is large with reclining super soft seats. Its ornate ceiling and plush curtains give a sense of the bygone days of cinema. From Notting Hill Gate Underground station (District Line) take exit 2 which is…
Cindy
Cindy
November 27, 2018
Independent arthouse cinema, tables between seats, unique line-up of shows
Kat
Kat
September 25, 2018
I love this characterful old cinema which is managed by the Picturehouse group so usually has good films showing. Cheap tickets on Mondays and there's a tiny bar which couples as the box office. It's next to Notting Hill Gate tube station although I usually walk and it takes about 20 minutes.
Valerie
Valerie
September 3, 2018
Great movie selection. This single-screen cinema is housed in a Grade II listed building dating from 1861.

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Position
87 Notting Hill Gate
England, W11 3JZ