Saville Theatre Shaftesbury Ave, London
Saville Theatre Shaftesbury Ave Address:135 Shaftesbury Ave, London WC2H 8AH, UK
Location: ODEON London Covent Garden is at the heart of the capital’s entertainment. To the south, Covent Garden piazza and the Royal Opera House. All along the road, Shaftesbury Avenue’s world-famous theatres.
Public Transport: 4 minute walk from Leicester Square and Tottenham Court Road tube stations. Numerous bus services serve Charing Cross Road, 100 meters from the cinema.
Phone: Phone: 0800 138 3315
Textphone: 18001 0808 1560 609
Business hours: Mon-Thurs 9am-5pm
No. of screens at Saville Theatre in Shaftesbury Ave: 4 screens
No. of seats:View Map here
Saville Theatre – Movie showtimes in Shaftesbury Ave, London – Updated on 24th August 2018
Facilities available at Saville Theatre
- Event cinemas
- Quick bite, cheeky treat
- 4 screens
- RealD 3D and a wide range of Opera, Ballet and Culture Events
- Premier Seats in Screen 2
- Food and drink, bar
- Tickets are available for purchase and collection from all tills or the three Fast Ticket Machine’s in the foyer.
Saville Theatre – Parking Fee
- Test Location UK, 20 Foubert’s Pl, London – £1.00
- London St Martins Lane Hotel – NCP, 45 St Martins Lane , Westminster – £18.00
- Shelton Street, 45 Shelton Street , Westminster – £19.00
- Quick-Parking Tottenham Court Road, YMCA, 112 Great Russell Street, London – £20.00
- Bloomsbury Square – Secure Parking, Bloomsbury Square , Camden – £10.00
- Q-Park Chinatown, 20 Newport Place , Westminster – £37.00
- ECPM – St. Vincent House/ Leicester Sq. 30 Orange Street, London – £25.00
- Bedford Hotel, 83-95 Southampton Row , Camden – £6.00
- Imperial Hotel, 61-66 Russell Square , Camden – £6.00
- Royal National Hotel, 38-51 Bedford Way , Camden – £6.00
About Saville Theatre
Founded back in 1930, ODEON is the largest and best-known cinema chain in the UK and Ireland. And, famous the world over, ODEON Leicester Square has hosted over 700 of Europe’s biggest film premieres since the 1930s.
Perry Bar in Birmingham saw the first ODEON cinema open in 1930, and established the brand as not only somewhere to watch films, but somewhere to experience them too. Iconic art deco architecture and the very latest technology became synonymous with ODEON where you didn’t just go to see a film, you went to the cinema.