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Written by Luke Bull - 09 October 2023

The 8 best screening rooms in Soho

Entertain and be entertained. If there were ever a motto for one of London’s most famous square miles, that would be it. Sumptuous dishes from around the world. Electric karaoke nights. Theatre performances remembered long after the curtain call. Captivating film nights. If you need a screening room – Soho has lots of them. Now introducing the best screening rooms in Soho.

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1. A basement screening room in Soho: Basement, The London EDITION

Soho, London

With high ceilings, exposed brick walls, a fully-stocked bar, custom lighting and a state-of-the-art sound system, this is certainly one of the city’s cooler basement venues.

Situated on the lower ground of The London EDITION, the Berners Street venue offers an ideal backdrop for a screening with up to 60 seated guests (or 220 standing).

While it’s just outside Soho’s confines, it’s a few minutes walk away from Tottenham Court Station – meaning your next big screen event is within reach.

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2. A Soho screening room for film lovers: Curzon Soho

Soho, London

Located on Shaftesbury Avenue is Curzon’s Soho branch. Choose from one of their three screens – the largest, hosts up to 250 guests and comes with its own stage while the other two (72 and 81 guests respectively) are ideal for smaller events.

We’d say a reliably good choice for film screenings and quarterly kick-offs alike. Plus, there’s a bar and cafe because what’s a quarterly kick-off or private screening, without a few snacks?

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3. A one-of-a-kind Soho screening room: The Monarch Theatre, Park Row

Soho, London

Floor-to-ceiling screens. A ten course sample menu. 360-degree projection mapping. It’s Gotham City like you’ve never seen it before. Set inside the DC-inspired restaurant and bar, Park Row, their Monarch Theatre space describes itself as a ‘culinary performance’.

With two acts and an intermission, this immersive screening room blends storytelling and food with the help of the Gotham City lore. Seating up to 20 guests, this is an ideal space for a smaller yet unique event.

Find them on Brewer Street.

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4. A classic Soho screening room: Soho Screening Rooms

Soho, London

As per the name, this Soho venue offers guests 24, 41, and 44-seat screening rooms across its two floors as well as a reception area. The long-standing independent venue Soho Screening Rooms has been host to the film industry’s finest.

Thanks to the venue owner, who has experience as a director, producer and editor, everything from first cuts, final products, award-winners to film festival entries and corporate presentations have found their way onto a screen.

You’ll find them at D'Arblay Street.

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5. A multi-purpose Soho screening room: Mackintosh Room, The Groucho Club

Soho, London

Nestled on Soho’s iconic Dean Street is The Groucho Club, a private members’ club, home to some of the city’s (and country’s) brightest creatives. Named after Tony Mackintosh (the founder of The Groucho Club), the Mackintosh Room is a bright, airy and spacious room that seats 14 and hosts up to 20 standing guests.

While its primary function is as a modern private dining room, the availability of a projector means that this space is worth a mention as a screening room.

Press play, pitch and present however you want, all thanks to this adaptable space.

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6. A signature Soho screening room: Ham Yard Theatre, Ham Yard Hotel

Soho, London

Inside the stylish Ham Yard Hotel you’ll find their aptly-named Ham Yard Theatre. Like most of their spaces, the 190-seat room is a lesson in colour-blocking with orange chairs, blue walls and pink stage curtains.

Featuring balcony seating, adjacent green rooms and their exclusive Dive Bar, Ham Yard Theatre room has everything needed for a successful screening, whether that’s a company presentation or film preview. The drinks are ready and the stage is set, now to finalise that guest list.

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7. A private screening room in Soho: The Cinema Screening Room, Club 16

Soho, London

Private screenings aren’t complete without a seat with a great view and your choice of popcorn. Offering both is Club 16, the private members’ club in Soho for creative types in the city.

While the exclusive Carlisle Street space boasts meeting rooms, production offices, common rooms and a bar, the spotlight is on their screening room.

Fittingly named The Cinema Screening Room, expect comfy seats for up to 22 guests, side tables as well as access to a fully-licensed bar. Plus, this Soho screening room is available seven days a week.

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8. A modern hotel screening room in Soho: Screening Rooms, The Soho Hotel

Soho, London

As it turns out, hotels are useful for more than just a swanky dinner and a great night’s sleep. They’re also a great location for screenings – and luckily The Soho Hotel has plenty of opportunities for all three.

Boasting two screening rooms (one seating 100, the other seating 45), The Soho Hotel offers spaces for large and mid-sized events of the corporate and creative kind. In each screening room, expect uniform rows of red leather chairs (and a mix of cow-print chairs in the second room), supported by the usual equipment, additional live streaming facilities, tech support and catering upon request.

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How to hire a screening room in Soho

Soho is home to a number of swanky and stylish screening rooms that are ideal for hosting everything from film screenings to corporate presentations. We know that finding a venue the old-fashioned way (where you trawl the internet, contact 10 venues or set your heart on one, only to find that they're out of your price range and not even available on your dates) is a pain, and there are a few pitfalls between you and booking your perfect screening room. Getting the venue-finding process down to a professional art is what we’ve made our mission ever since we took on the events industry.

Here’s how to hire a screening room in Soho:

Determine your event needs

Before you start looking for screening rooms in Soho, it's important to determine your event needs. Consider factors like the size of your guest list, the type of event you're hosting, and any specific amenities you may need, such as audio-visual equipment or catering services.

Research screening rooms in Soho

Once you have a clear idea of your event needs, it's time to start researching screening rooms in Soho. There are a number of resources you can use to find screening rooms in the area. Alternatively, tell us exactly what you need and we'll make sure the very best screening rooms in Soho respond to your enquiry.

Compare screening rooms and pricing

As you research screening rooms in Soho, be sure to compare the features and amenities offered by each venue, as well as their pricing and availability. Keep in mind that some venues may have minimum booking requirements or other restrictions, so be sure to read all the details carefully.

Book your screening room

Once you've found a screening room that meets your needs and fits within your budget, it's time to book your event. Be sure to read over all the details carefully and ask any questions you may have before signing. You may also need to provide a deposit or other payment upfront to secure your booking.

Plan your event

With your screening room booked, it's time to start planning your event. Consider factors like seating arrangements, audio-visual equipment, catering, and any special decorations or lighting you may need.

Host your event

On the day of your event, be sure to arrive at the screening room early to set up and prepare. Double-check all your AV equipment and make sure your guests know where to go and what to expect. Once the event is underway, enjoy yourself and make the most of your time in one of Soho's premier screening rooms.

Frequently asked questions

For screening rooms in Soho, you're spoilt for choice. Here are a few extra special ones that we vouch for:

Curzon Soho - This iconic cinema features three screens and amenities including digital projection, sound equipment, and a licensed bar.

The Soho Hotel - Featuring a private screening room with plush seating, this luxe hotel has a high-quality sound system and a range of catering options.

Vue West End - The popular cinema chain offers a range of screens suitable for everything from small screenings to large-scale presentations.

The cost of hiring a screening room in Soho can vary widely depending on factors like the size of the room, the length of your event, and any additional services or amenities you may need.

Amenities can vary depending on the specific screening room venue, but many offer AV equipment like projectors and screens, and basic lighting. Some venues may also offer catering services or additional audio-visual equipment for an extra fee.

This will depend on the specific venue's policies. Some screening rooms may allow outside catering, while others may require you to use their in-house catering services. It's best to check with the venue before booking.

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