7 Sensational Things To Do Around Regent Street Cinema

Family at the cinema

The Kids’ Kino Club at Regent Street Cinema are constantly putting on great family films from as little as £3! Whether you love the old classics, like Jingle All The Way, or want to see new releases, like Abominable, there’s something for the whole family. There are plenty of other things to do around Regent Street as well, especially at this time of year. Have a look at our favourite nearby activities to help make the most of your visit.

Selfridges Christmas Window

Just along the road on Oxford Street are the Selfridges Christmas Windows. As always, the beautiful displays are the perfect thing to go and see to get you in the Christmas Spirit. The theme this year is ‘Future Fantasy: A Christmas For Modern Times’ and retells our favourite fairytales with a modern and futuristic twist.

Goldilocks and The Three Bears

If you want to watch something else, head to The London Palladium for this year’s perfect pantomime, Goldilocks and The Three Bears! It’s set to be full of festive fun, seriously good stunts and some cracking comedy!

Masala Zone

Fancy something to eat? Head to Masala Zone for a delicious family friendly Indian meal. They’ve got a great mild kids menu and plenty of activities to keep the little ones occupied while you wait for your food! 

Regent Street Christmas Lights

Probably the most obvious thing to do is to look up! The beautiful Christmas Angels are flying high over Regent Street once again, take in the lights as you wander down the street and start feeling festive. The Oxford Street lights are just around the corner and very impressive too.

The National Gallery

The National Gallery is just a 20-minute walk away in Trafalgar square. It’s a great way to stretch your legs after you’ve been sitting in the cinema and the perfect way to continue your cultural afternoon! There’s so much incredible art but make sure you don’t miss Van Gogh’s Sunflowers.

Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree

If you’ve walked down to Trafalgar Square, make sure you have a good look at the Christmas tree and lights while you’re there. The tree is a gift from Norway every year and is one of the biggest in the city. You may even catch some carol singers if you’re lucky!

The towering Trafalgar Square tree

Start A City Walk

Depending on your timings, you may be able to squeeze in a brilliant City Walk To The Tate Modern. If you’re by Trafalgar Square, just walk slightly further to Charing Cross Station to start the route! Have a look at our blog post about what to do on your way!

Have a look at the Kids' Kino Club films, book your tickets and head to Regent Street for a brilliant day out!


Written By

India Garrett

India is a recent graduate who loves to explore, laugh and eat! Growing up as the eldest of 5, her family were always filling their weekends and holidays with activities to try and keep everyone entertained. Her favourite childhood memories involve running around big open spaces, summer camping trips and special visits to the theatre. She loves going to indoor sensory play areas with her two young cousins and teaching them to bake, although things can often get quite messy!

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