Category Archives: Cinemas

Everyman Screen on the Green, Islington

The Screen on the Green in Angel is a very special cinema, but it has one major drawback: despite boasting a bar in the auditorium (yes, actually in it), the best beer available is a pint of Guinness. It therefore fails to … Continue reading

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The Phoenix Cinema, East Finchley

I once heard tell that the Phoenix Cinema is Mark Kermode’s favourite movie house, and being somewhat a fan of the bequiffed film critic I was further endeared to what is the second oldest continuously-running cinema in the UK.  Actually, to say I’m somewhat a fan of Kermode is … Continue reading

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Hackney Picturehouse

The Hackney Picturehouse opened its doors on 28th October 2011 and quickly came to epitomise the regeneration (or hipsterisation, depending on your viewpoint) of London’s most dynamic borough. In the interests of transparency, I must declare an interest – I’ve … Continue reading

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The ArtHouse Crouch End

Opening in March of this year, the ArtHouse in Crouch End rather loftily describes itself as ‘a dynamic new cultural venue that will tear down the perceived fourth wall between genres of art’. Pretentious language aside, the ArtHouse is a … Continue reading

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