Originally a cinema and entertainment centre opened in 1906, the building was transformed into its most famous incarnation – a recording studio – in 1966. Over the following 30 years some of the most recognisable British songs of all time were recorded there – from The Beatles’ All You Need Is Love to the Spice Girls’ Wannabe – before the cinema was returned to its original use with a massive refurbishment in 2013. Norwegian reclining seats covered in soft wool – as well as several “love seats” and sofas for those who like their cinema visits a little more cuddly – and civilised tables on which to place wine (in real glasses) and snacks ensure film-watching is a home-from-home experience. And a restaurant downstairs and members’ club upstairs mean the night doesn’t have to end when the credits roll either.
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