Are you nostalgic for the days when cinema was an escape from the drudgery of work into a darkly luxurious fantasy world, when queues often formed round the block, when kids went to Saturday morning pictures, when cinema attendants wore smart uniforms and carried torches to guide you to your seat? If they were lucky, courting couples could sit on the back row and if they were really lucky, they would have a double seat!
In the interval (yes, there was always an interval) you could queue for an ice-cream from the ice-cream lady who brought her softly-lit tray right into the auditorium. Today many theatres keep up this tradition, but in cinemas it's a forgotten luxury.
However, the Cinema Museum in Lambeth (not to be confused with the Museum of Film in Covent Garden) has everything you could wish for to remind you of those glory days of cinema.