You can enjoy exciting new releases on one of the nine screens at Cineworld Wembley. Showing everything from Hollywood to Bollywood and 2D to 4D, Cineworld Wembley adds a whole new dimension to the cinema experience.
Open late every day and offering a range of delicious treats to enjoy with your movie, the London Designer Outlet even has its own Starbucks. For a truly inclusive experience, there is also disabled access, audio descriptions, subtitles and autism-friendly screenings.
Enjoy your favourite movies in 2D, 3D…and some even in 4D with one of the screens offering 32 D-BOX seats with motion technology, adding a whole new dimension to the cinema experience. There is easy access for disabled guests as well as special screenings:
- Disabled access from every level at LDO
- Disabled parking in nearby Red Car Park
- Autism-friendly screenings
- Service dogs allowed
- Subtitled screenings
- Audio-described screenings
- Movies for Juniors
History of Cineworld
The Cineworld Group plc was founded in 1995 by Steve Wiener and the first theatre was opened in Hertfordshire in July 1996. Later, a second was opened in Wakefield in December 1996 and a third in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, in 1998.
Over the next 10 to 20 years Wiener and his team used acquisitions and combinations to grow the brand. The first was in 2004 when the brand acquired UK operations of UGC, then again in 2012 after the acquisition of the Picturehouse chain of cinemas.