Best Cinemas in Lagos, Nigeria: Top 7 (2024)

Top Cinemas Halls located in Lagos, Nigeria

This post contains the addresses of top cinemas in Lagos where you can watch interesting movies, get latest Hollywood/Nollywood film updates, e.t.c. It also contains the websites of these film houses just in case you want any information about ticket prices for these entertainment centres.


Cinemas are film houses with large screens where you watch movies at your leisure time. In Lagos, Nigeria there are some few cinemas that are considered the best movie theatres around because they offer various kinds of movies; epic, horror, romantic, adventure, latest movies in Hollywood, Bollywood and even local Nollywood films.

There are many top cinemas in Lagos that show latest movies with low prices. These movie houses are located in various areas of the state, offering discount prices when you pay a visit to the cinema or book for a ticket online. Below are the location/addresses of the best film houses in Lagos where you can watch any kind of film:

List of Best Cinema Halls in Lagos, Nigeria

Silverbird Cinema

Silverbird Cinema is a subsidiary of the Silverbird Group owned by Senator Murray Bruce. They are the leading cinema company in Nigeria that provides current film details of movies that are coming soon and various kinds of films. They are several Silverbird cinema branches in Lagos. If you want information on Silverbird cinemas movies schedule, you can visit their official website at

Silverbird galleria is the best cinema in Nigeria currently and was launched in 2004. Since then, the film exhibition company has become a leader in the Nigerian leisure and entertainment industry. If you are a movie lover, then you would want to pay a visit to this film house.

Silverbird Galleria Lagos Address: 133 Ahmadu Bello Way, Lagos, Nigeria
Working hours: 10am to 9pm
Phone number +23412701413
Fees: ₦1500 to ₦2500 (snacks, popcorn included)

Ozone Cinema

Ozone Cinema is one of the most popular and cheapest cinemas in Lagos to watch films for various ages. Mostly patronized by average/low income earners, the film house has over 619 luxury seats for its spectators.  It was also the first multiplex cinema on the mainland to be built and its management, Dominos company limited has been in the industry way too long.

At Ozone, you get maximum satisfaction with cheap deals as the theatre possesses Dolby Altmos surround sound speakers, nice acoustics and a modern projection system. Movies are also accompanied by popcorn and drinks at the Cinema. This four-screen cinema is the first multiplex cinema located on the mainland of Lagos. Ozone Cinemas was opened to the public in 2008.

Their official website is

Address: E Center, 1-11 Commercial Avenue, Sabo, Yaba, Lagos.
Phone: +234 1 277 8897
Fees: ₦600 to ₦3000 (Depends on movie to watch)

The Filmhouse Surulere

Filmhouse Cinemas is another top cinema company in Lagos that offer latest Nollywood movies, epic, romantic and even Hollywood movies. This cinema hall is located in Surulere. This is an exquisite multiplex cinema with an MX4D theatre that meets international requirements. It is close to shoprite and has various bars, private dining room, eatery, car park, a cube and an area where children can play. With its 319 seaters, there is enough room to sit and watch your favourite movie. There are also four 2D screens in a well air conditioned five auditoriums.

To know about their billboard and movie schedule, visit their official website:

Address: Filmhouse Surulere, Leisure Mall, Adeniran Sreet, Surulere, Lagos.
Phone: +2349024973039

Genesis Deluxe Cinemas, Lekki, Lagos

GDC is one of Nigeria’s leading cinema developers and operators of multiplex cinemas in Nigeria. Genesis Deluxe Cinemas Lagos was the first cinema in West Africa to show a 3D movie (Green Hornet). Genesis Deluxe Cinemas has grown to 4 cinemas with 15 screens and over 2000 seats. Genesis Deluxe Cinemas has cinemas located in Lagos, Port-Harcourt, Warri and Abuja. They provide quality filming experience.

Address: 1st Floor ,The Palms Shopping Centre, Lekki Estate Phase 1, Eti Osa, Lagos, Nigeria.

IMAX Filmhouse Cinema

Imax cinemas are a good film house in Lekki, Lagos that partnered with a Canadian theater company, IMAX corporation and established its first IMAX Cinema in Nigeria, West Africa in March 2016.

With state if the art technology, Imax cinemas has facilities to wow its audience entertainment needs. They have the first biggest screen and filmhouse in the country, using new tech and ambience for special film presentation.

The two-storey building houses the movie screens with over 340 seaters. Within the premises, the cinema has five screens in different rooms which consists of the main IMAX screen theatre, a premium and private theatre screen respectively.

The conducive environment which also has a conference hall allows for corporate and personal events especially when a huge screen is needed for presentation. They have cool entertaining movies for all ages with new releases on weekend days.

The location of Imax Cinemas is at the Rock drive, off Bisola Durosinmi Etti Drive, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos. You can visit them from 9am to 2am, depending on the days they are open. Fees to watch movies at Imax cinemas rangs from ₦1000 to ₦2500 (popcorn included)

Sky Cinema

Sky Cinema is a prominent cinema hall in Lagos owned by Bildiamo Limited. This particular cinema has 518 seater capacity in its auditorium with four screens, high-resolution digital projection systems with shows immersive 3D content through its MAX screens. There are different services according to your budget.

Other Cinemas companies in Lagos includes:

7. Pen Cinemas, address is at Oba Akran avenue, Ikeja Lagos mainland.

8. French Cultural Centre located at Alfred Rewane road, Ikoyi, Lagos.

9. City Mall Cinemas located at City Hall Island, Onikan, Lagos.

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Oluchi Chukwu

Oluchi is a seasoned Information blogger, content developer and the editor of Nigerian Queries. She is a tech enthusiast who loves reading, writing and research

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