Open4Business May 2019

New cinema opens at Battersea Power Station

Archlight cinema

Archlight Cinema at Battersea Power Station

Archlight Cinema will offer the latest release films and much-loved classic movies in a bespoke, state-of-the-art, three-screen cinema purpose built for comfort. With a sound-proofed design, you’ll be fully immersed in the world’s greatest films as London Overground trains travel silently above you.

Cinemas 1, 2 and 3 each feature:

  • Comfortable, reclining seats accompanied by individual tables
  • State-of-the-art Dolby Atmos 3D surround sound
  • Laser projection delivering crystal clear picture quality
  • Fine wines, champagne, craft beers and house-made cocktails, homemade popcorn and sweet treats available to enjoy at your seat
  • Five-star service from staff and ushers who live and breathe all things film

Juliet Graham, Leasing Manager at Battersea Power Station Development Company, said:

We are delighted to welcome Archlight Cinema to Circus West Village. The team have done a fantastic job – their attention to detail has really paid off as the whole experience is second to none.

There is now so much to enjoy at Circus West Village from the latest new restaurant openings to great fitness and beauty outlets and even a flower school – there is something for everyone to enjoy and Archlight is a welcome new addition to the community here.

The arrival of Archlight follows the opening of two recent additions at Circus West Village. Moyses Stevens, royal warrant holding florist, opened earlier this year and sells the finest flowers and bouquets and also hosts floristry classes in its very own workshop. Circus West Village also recently welcomed Battersea Brewery, a bar serving an array of craft beers, including the Brewery’s own German-style lager, which is brewed on site. The brewery also boasts a delicious menu of British cheese and charcuterie as well as homemade toasties.

Circus West Village is now home to a selection of eateries including Mother, a pizzeria from Copenhagen, No. 29 Power Station West, a neighbourhood bar and restaurant, Italian restaurant Fiume (where Francesco Mazzei is Chef Patron), seafood specialists Wright Brothers, Tapas Brindisa, The CoffeeWorks Project, Vagabond (one of the UK’s first urban wineries), Japanese ramen specialists Tonkotsu, Cinnamon Kitchen from chef Vivek Singh, The Battersea General Store offering delicacies from around the word, and Megan’s, a dog-friendly neighbourhood eatery serving its delicious Mediterranean-inspired menu of dishes, including deconstructed kebabs as well as mouth-watering cocktails and fresh juices.

The cinema is also available to hire for events, such as birthday parties, corporate events and private screenings.

For more information, read about the launch of the Wandsworth Arts Fringe.