Fans of the latest world and arthouse cinema that are planning a London getaway might like to check out the facilities on offer at Curzon Cinemas, with a number of sites available across the capital for film lovers to enjoy.
Each of the capital’s cinemas offer something different for visitors to enjoy, but they do all have one thing in common – they provide a stylish and upmarket venue for individuals wishing to sample the latest cinema offerings and to find out more about the behind-the-scenes world of movie making.
Indeed, it is not just screenings that take place at Curzon Cinemas, but also regular Q&As with some of the biggest names in directing, as well as documentary events and much more.
Curzon Soho is one of the most popular offerings for those seeking great cinema in the capital, with a fully-stocked and licensed bar, as well as free Wi-Fi for all guests and three screens to choose from.
Visitors can enjoy a relaxed cinema experience, with screenings taking place both during the day and into the night.
The newest London cinema for the brand, Curzon Victoria offers five screens for guests to enjoy and has the unique feature of state-of-the-art Sony 4K projection and 3D technologies.
It also offers a stylish bar for those wishing to enjoy a relaxed drink while discussing their viewings, complete with a varied selection of wines, local beers and spirits.
Curzon Mayfair celebrated the landmark milestone of its 75th anniversary in 2009 and despite its many years, continues to offer a truly luxury experience for cinema lovers from far and wide. This venue is the heart of the Curzon Cinemas family and the one that started it all.
The home of world cinema and documentaries, Curzon Bloomsbury is dedicated to showcasing the best of these genres to the eager cinephiles of London.
Its Bertha Dochouse is a dedicated space for documentary and film events, and offers a wide range of exhibitions beyond just screenings.
From cinematography masterclasses to providing an online hub for fans of cinema to get together and share their ideas, Bertha Dochouse and Curzon Bloomsbury have everything that makes Curzon Cinemas unique and innovative, all under one roof – it is the perfect attraction for documentary makers and lovers alike.
Curzon Chelsea resides on the fashionable King’s Road and is the largest of the venues within the Curzon Cinemas family.
Offering the best in arthouse creations and independent cinema, visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to exploring the best in cinematography that is outside the mainstream when they head here.
And finally, Curzon Richmond sits just a stone’s throw from the iconic River Thames and, while not specialising in the same way as some of its esteemed brethren, the cinema offers a more intimate atmosphere and one visitors will find enticing time and again.
Anyone hoping to book tickets either to a screening or event at any of the cinemas can find full details of ticket prices, screening times and more by visiting the Curzon Cinemas website or by getting in touch with the Box Office.