Over 80 Years of World Cinema at Curzon Mayfair

Mayfair was the very first Curzon cinema in our circuit and has listed status. Originally built in 1934 from a commission by the Marques de Casa Maury the Wingate family leased the building after World War II and started importing foreign language films. Mayfair has a rich cinematic history having played host to numerous star studded premieres.

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Screen Capacities & Access

Screen 1 - 307 seats, including 2 Royal Boxes (4 seats each) + 2 permanent wheelchair spaces (front of auditorium). Hearing loop facilities.

Screen 2 - 65 pullman seats. Hearing loop facilities. Refurbished in late 2018, Screen 2 is a comfortable and intimate auditorium with bespoke tables and lighting.

Disabled access is provided on entrance to the building via a stair lift, which is subject to weight restrictions and is unsuitable for powered wheelchairs. Screen 1 is accessed via another dedicated lift. There is no disabled access to the Royal Boxes or Screen 2, which are up two flights of stairs.

Getting here:

Tube: Green Park, Hyde Park Corner (exit 3). 

Buses: 14, 19, 22, 36, 38, 73, 82, 137 (nearest stop: Hilton Park Lane). 


Nearby parking:

The Mayfair Car Park, Achilles Way, Park Lane, London, W1K 1AB

Nearby parking is run independently of Curzon Cinemas, and used at car owners' risk. Curzon Cinemas are not liable for any outcomes of use.

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