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Phoenix Cinema

Recommandé par 30 habitants ·
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One of the oldest continually used cinemas in the UK, this single screen community cinema, run by locals and a charitable trust, opened in 1912 in this lovely leafy area. The recently restored auditorium ceiling is barrel-vaulted with art deco panels. It shows mostly art-house films, but occasionally puts on live ballet and opera, and toddler screenings. It was built at a time when moviegoing was just becoming an acceptable, normal thing to do. Before then, films were mostly screened in fairgrounds and makeshift shops and seen as a bit seedy. The history of this cinema and how it has supported independent film for over 100 years is just brilliant.
Georgia
Georgia
January 23, 2017

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Lydia
Lydia
January 02, 2019
The UK's oldest surviving purpose-built cinema, showing latest releases as well as art-house films, and with a great kids programme at the weekends.
Philippa
Philippa
November 12, 2018
Small and very old art house cinema
Happyguest
Happyguest
May 10, 2018
The oldest purpose-built cinema in London, the Phoenix screens the latest films, as well as sports events and ballet.
Jonathan
Jonathan
March 13, 2018
One of London's oldest and best cinema's, find a mix of old and new films here at varied prices!
Lela
Lela
April 08, 2017
Alternative classic 1930 theatre

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52 High Rd
England, N2 9PJ
Téléphone+44 20 8444 6789
Heures d'ouvertureFermé · Ouvre à 11:00 AM
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