Just turn up, check listings here. There is no limit to the amount of times you can visit so pay your month today and go on a film-frenzy!
Formerly Shortwave Cinema, Kino recently took over this 52 seat cinema in Bermondsey with the website promising "there will be very few other changes. London Jewish Cultural Centre offers lesser-known films and the odd mainstream movie in a centre dedicated to Jewish arts, culture and community.
Opening hours may change due to religious holidays, so check before visiting. A post shared by Arthouse Crouch End arthousen8 on Oct 12, at The place has been running since the s and offers a film club and film production facilities, combined with a welcoming atmosphere.
The toilets are pretty special too. They offer free film screenings every Tuesday evening. Hosted in the tiny and atmospheric chapel situated around the back of St Margaret's House, this pop-up cinema fits just 35 with a different theme every week.
You can expect screenings from different genres, different decades and different countries. St Margaret's House itself is a local community charity in itself and a destination well worth supporting. This East End picture house has a rich history after the current building starting life as a Theatre Of Varieties in The night focuses on cinema's best kept secrets, so it's a great chance to catch cinematic gold you might have missed.
It's currently on hiatus but promises "exciting news" soon. Just turn up, check listings here. There are no stand-out tickets offers just for Friday, so have a look in the Various Days section below instead. North London's Phoenix Cinema offers a kids club each Saturday to give little ones their first taste of the movies, without breaking the budget.
Sponsored by Cushelle, certain London branches of Vue Cinema run kids and parents screenings of popular animation films as part of their Mini Mornings initiative. The offer's also available on Saturday mornings and throughout school holidays too. Various Vue branches, depending on the film.
Check the Vue list here. OK, it's not a looker, but Peckhamplex is a friendly multi-screen cinema offering new releases for a fraction of the big-chain prices, at any time. This former Salvation Army Hall claims the mantra "affordable and open-minded", citing its desire to attract a diverse audience and determination to do so by screening films and productions with a purpose.
You don't have to be a member, but there are all sorts of benefits if you are, including free tickets and discounts from many stores. Screenings mostly take place on Thursday and Sunday and you can also take advantage of the pub's full food menu and ale selection. Cinema experiences don't get much more atmospheric than these monthly get togethers, where classic movies think Jaws, Citizen Kane, Charlie Chaplin are projected at one of the only film clubs in the UK to exclusively play films in their original 16mm format.
A special mention to this beloved Leicester Square cinema: As with all great things, details of these offers are subject to change — so check carefully before heading off to the cinema. Have we missed out some cushty cinema ticket offers in London? Let us know in the comments below. The best things to do in London.
The cinema has two screens. One big screen where they project the latest releases and one smaller for the films in their second week of screening. In order to get a place, the venue is very small and fills up quickly you simply need to sign up to the weekly mailing list or follow the film club on Twitter.
The Wednesday of the month. There is no set price, just pay what you can and no need to book, just turn up on the night! One Thursday every month. Check website for details. Most Sunday and Thursday evenings. Well look no further. There is also a free activity workshop before the screening, meanings there are lots of things to keep the kids entertained! Taking place on Saturday mornings and Sundays, the cinemas also offer some discounted Bank Holiday screenings.
Check the website for dates and participating venues. Participating VUE cinemas When?: Sundays, Saturday mornings and Bank Holidays Fee?: It is important to check for sneaky additional fees, however, so check the website before you book.
Off-peak so generally during the day Monday-Thursday excl. Check the website for details Fee?: There is no limit to the amount of times you can visit so pay your month today and go on a film-frenzy! So recommend 12 friends and you get a full year of free Unlimited cinema! You get to see a movie for free and hopefully rave about it online.
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