Behind the Scenes of the Prince Charles Cinema at Leicester Square
I recently visited the Prince Charles Cinema (PCC) for The 405. The cinema is a repertory cinema located in Leicester Place, showing a rotating programme of cult, arthouse, and classic films alongside recent Hollywood releases – typically more than ten different films a week on two screens (285 seats downstairs and 104 seats upstairs). It also hosts the sing-a-long version of The Sound of Music, which has been shown on a regular basis for over five years, as well as The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Joseph. The cinema has achieved a cult status amongst fans, sticking out as the only independent cinema in the West End.
For the Q&A with the PCC's head programmer Paul Vickery go over to The 405.