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Boleyn Bollywood Cinema

 7-11 Barking Road, East Ham, London, E6 1PN

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Tel: 0208 471 4884 Fax: 0208 472 4530
Email: None
Web: www.boleyncinema.co.uk
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Information logo  What is here
One of the best Asian cinemas in the East End.

You can meet friends and watch Bollywood films, about half of the films have sub-titles. The staff can show you where your film is playing.

At Boleyn cinema you can buy snacks like popcorn, drinks, chocolate and ice cream.
Opening hours logo  Opening hours
These times may change depending on whats showing, it's best to check their website.
Sunday about 12 noon - 1.00 am
Monday about 3.00 pm - 1.00 am
Tuesday about 3.00 pm - 1.00 am
Wednesday about 3.00 pm - 1.00 am
Thursday about 3.00 pm - 1.00 am
Friday about 3.00 pm - 1.00 am
Saturday about 12 noon - 1.00 am
   Booking tickets
If you want to book tickets or find out whats showing call 0208 471 4884.
   Cost or concessions

Getting in to see a film:
People with disabilities, supporters, senior citizens, unemployed people and students can have a concession price.
The standard concession price is 3.50. Full price tickets are 5.00.
If you are going as a group call about concession prices before you go.

To see the 4.00 pm show on Mondays, Wednesday s and Thursdays costs 3.50.
To see any show on Tuesdays costs 3.50.
To see any show on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays costs 5.00.

To see a Malayalam Film;
Costs 6.00 for an adult,
OR, 3.00 for a child.

A soft drink and popcorn will cost about 3.00.

 Getting there
Nearest landmark:
The Boleyn cinema is near West Ham United Football ground.
Click here to see a map from Streetmap.

Parking logo  Parking
There is pay and display parking.
Bus logo  Local mobility bus routes
115 and 5 are the nearest fully accessible buses.
N15 is the nearest fully accessible night bus.
Tube logo  Tube
(District and Hammersmith lines) - Upton Park underground station is about 670 metres from the cinema.
Upton Park underground station is not accessible for wheelchair users.
   British Rail
West Ham is the nearest mainline stations - then change onto the District or Hammersmith lines and get off at Upton Park station.
Wheelchair access logo  Access from outside
The Boleyn cinema is very old. it does not have good access for wheelchair users but the staff are happy to help.
There is a 130mm step to get into the cinema.
There are always 2 people at the double manual doors. They will help anybody using a wheelchair get inside.
   Getting around inside
The Boleyn cinema has 3 main floors.

This is where screens 2 and 3 are.
There are 5 steps down to each screen. Staff are happy to help you get down them safely.

 Ground Floor
This is where you can find out what films are showing, meet friends and buy your tickets and snacks.
The toilets are on this floor.
There is some seating on the ground floor.

 Floor 1
This is where screen 1 is. There are stairs to get there.
Wheelchair facilities logo  Accessible toilets
There are standard male and female toilets on the ground floor. They are not locked.
The staff were really friendly and helpful on our visit.
Registered assistance dogs are welcome.
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