Joining together Goldsmiths, University of London and Curzon Cinemas, Curzon Goldsmiths brings its unique style of curation and programming to Lewisham. This partnership has created a state of the art 101 seat auditorium with 4k projection and Dolby 7.1 sound. Curzon Goldsmiths is open weekday evenings and all day weekends.
Curzon Mondrian London is located in the Mondrian Hotel, another wonder Curzon venue to experience quality films in a great atmosphere. The intimate 56 seat screening room is the perfect place to relax with a curated mix of first run releases, recent titles you may have missed, family films and classics. The cinema is open to the public and hotel guests Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays.
ArtHouse is a truly independent cinema and live performance space created by local people and craftsmen. It is one of the first venues to pay the London Living Wage and was voted London’s Best Cinema by readers of Time Out after just 8 months from opening. Since 2014 they have delivered a programme that reflects and celebrates our community and the cultural diversity within it.
Located in the heart of Covent Garden, One Aldwych is a small, independent luxury hotel with a timeless and contemporary design. The intimate 30-seat, private screening room, tucked away inside the hotel, offers a true cinema experience. Relax in Italian leather seats, sip Champagne and enjoy the best of contemporary film, as Curzon partners with One Aldwych’s famous weekend Film & Fizz evenings.
Located in the beautiful Cornish fishing village of Newlyn, this new state-of-the-art full-time two screen cinema has been converted from an old fish warehouse, keeping the original architectural characteristics. Programming follows Curzon’s mix of first-run films, the best in cinema from across the globe as well as documentary and live satellite events. The move means Newlyn now has its first full-time cinema, that brings independent, quality film and events to this region.
Firstsite is a thriving art gallery and arts centre in the heart of historic Colchester, housed in a stunning building designed by leading Uruguayan architect Rafael Viñoly. Its annual programme is inclusive and ever-evolving, engaging visitors from Essex and beyond in visual art as well as a wide range of cinema, events and learning activities. Its world-class facilities include a 188-seat tiered auditoriumwith digital cinema technology.
Gulbenkian is a dynamic arts centre at the University of Kent, offering innovative, engaging and high quality arts activity for the public, staff and students. Sited on the beautiful Canterbury campus, Gulbenkian houses a 340 seat theatre, 300 seat cinema and a café which incorporates an informal cabaret style space for live music, comedy and slam poetry. It provides an important role in connecting the University with the local community and has a particular focus on the creative empowerment of children and young people.
The Hawth is one of the south's liveliest arts venues playing host to a diverse mix of theatre, dance, music, comedy and visual arts, as well as a varied and exciting film programme in partnership with Curzon.
On the edge of Banchory in Aberdeenshire, Woodend Barn is a hub of creativity, hosting a diverse programme of music, theatre, comedy, dance, film, children’s events, exhibitions and workshops. Since the formation of Woodend Arts in 1994, the Barn has grown into the leading multi-arts organisation in North East Scotland.
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