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like things that are a little different which is why we gave the Aubin and Wills Cinema the big thumbs up.  The cinema housed within the Aubin and Wills store on Redchurch Street is small and cosy, seating only 45 people on a selection of sofas and arm chairs. Inside there is a small warehouse style bar with white walls and concrete floor. The bar serves a host of the alcoholic drinks, coffees and teas, popcorn, gummy bears and cola bottles.

With the clinking of white glasses and beer bottles, trendy Londoners take to their ‘sofas’ complete with blankets, foot stools and cushions.

We visited on a Friday night and the cinema was packed so make sure you book ahead people. At £30 for a double sofa it’s a tad on the expensive side, obviously single seats are cheaper, but for comfort and experience it beats the Odeon hands down.

So if you fancy watching the latest films on a cinema screen in the comfort of your own home (and don’t own a crib with cinema) we suggest you try it.

64-66 Redchurch Street, Shoreditch E2