About Curzon Soho

Curzon Soho is known as the filmmakers cinema because it’s the kind of venue where you could find yourself sitting next to a screenwriter or director. The bar is often buzzing with the sound of highly energised conversations discussing film but there are enough in the corner spots to tuck yourself away whilst waiting for your film to start.

Soho hosts regular director Q&As, documentary events, previews and often has exhibitions linked to the films being screened.

In 1998, the cinema was divided into a three screen complex and renamed Curzon Soho. With a fully licensed bar on the mezzanine level, the venue has proved hugely successful, voted London’s Number One cinema by Time Out readers.


Screen Capacities & Access:

Notice: Unfortunately the lift is currently out of order and as such there is currently no disabled access to the cinema. We are working to fix this as soon as possible.

Screen 1 - 249 seats, 4 of which removable for 2 wheelchair spaces (front row of rear seating section).

Screen 2 - 113 seats plus 1 wheelchair space (front row).

Screen 3 - 133 seats, 4 of which removable for 2 wheelchair spaces (back row).

Getting here: 

Tube: Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus, Tottenham Court Road.

Buses: 14,19,38.

Rail: Charing Cross


Nearby parking:

Q-Park Chinatown, 20 Newport Place, London, WC2H 7PR

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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