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Stow Film Lounge

KidRated’s Stow Film Lounge Top Tips:

  • Check out what’s on at the Kids Film Lounge 
  • They have a great birthday party offer and you can even have private cinema parties
  • There are loads of great films on for grown ups to enjoy as well. Often with Q & A evenings

It’s all very well visiting the massive multiplexes to see the latest blockbuster, but sometimes you want a more friendly, intimate and relaxed cinema experience. Stow Film Lounge in Walthamstow is exactly that. Best of all, Stow Film Lounge has the Kids Film Lounge. Indoor screening also have fun craft activities included in the price of your ticket.


Munch on popcorn made in front of your eyes or organic hot dogs and watch some great films. Vegetarians can even enjoy vegetarian hot dogs. Organic juice and yummy ice creams are also on offer.


Look out for pop-up screens at a variety of locations in the Summer months.


Booking Advice:

  • Tickets can be bought on the door or online
  • Party booking must be made in advance online or directly through a member of staff and cannot be made on the door
  • Stow Film Lounge is a family affair with under 2s getting in for FREE



Vestry House Museum,
Vestry Road,
E17 9NH

Phone number:

+44 (0)7910 643 987


How to get there:

Tube: Walthamstow Central

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About London Laura Porter

Laura Porter

  • This is a lovely way to watch a film with other families. The kids get beanbags to lounge on and the grown-ups can sit further back on chairs.
  • The free arts and crafts activities before the film is a good way for kids to make a new friend to sit with during the film.
  • The food is good and veggie hot dogs are always available.
  • As it’s an intimate screening the kids can sing along to songs in the films and the movie can be stopped for impromptu dancing, if ​all ​the kids want to get up and move about.

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