- SISTER VENUES
THE OLYMPIC STUDIOS CINEMA, CAFÉ & DINING ROOM AND MEMBERS CLUB
Located in Barnes, West London, the venue began life as music hall in 1906, but its legendary status was secured over a century later when it was converted to the ‘Olympic Sound Studios’. The Rolling Stones were amongst the first to record at the Olympic with six consecutive albums between 1966 and 1972. Alongside The Rolling Stones some of the biggest names in rock history recorded at the Olympic including The Beatles, The Who, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Jimi Hendrix, U2, Prince, Madonna and Oasis.
Today the lovingly refurbished venue is the beating heart of the community with a vibrant Cinema, Café & Dining Room, Members Bar and Restaurant. It has its own record shop Olympic Records located opposite; specialising in vintage and new vinyl. The Olympic Studios popularity is such that there has been a waiting list for its members club since opening.
THE CINEMA AT SELFRIDGES
The first permanent department store cinema in the world, The Cinema At Selfridges shows a curation of the latest blockbusters and independent films across three screens fitted with state-of-the-art sound and vision technology and luxurious reclining seating.
With a cocktail lounge, bar and its own unique entrance on Duke Street (the cinema is open outside of the store’s opening hours) The Cinema At Selfridges is the ideal place to combine an indulgent shopping trip with a night at the movies.