Historical version 1 of Everyman King's Cross
A modern cinema in King's Cross, north of Granary Square and the Central St Martins campus. The main building has three screens, plus there's a smaller fourth screen 'On The Corner' at the end of Handyside Street.
Like the other cinemas in the chain, it's quite posh: seating is comprised of comfortable sofas and armchairs, and there's table service during the adverts and trailers.
Kat visited with a friend in August 2018. We'd booked online for premier seats (£17.50 each) in the main building. We ordered drinks (660ml bottles of Camden Hells, £6.85 each) and snacks (a small goat cheese and black olive pizza, £6.90, and 3 sharing plates for £12) at the bar beforehand. The drinks were brought to our seats after about 15 minutes, the food after about 40 minutes (10 minutes into the film).
Kat's verdict: expensive, but the pizza was tasty and the seats were very comfortable. I'd definitely return.
Accessibility: In the main building there is one removable seat for a wheelchair in each screen. There is lift access to each screen, and to a shared accessible toilet.