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1942 Crime 1h 40m
Next showing : 27th Sep
2021 Musical 2h 20m
Next showing : 28th Sep
Join us on Thursday 14th October for a live, in-person interview with Robert Wade and Neal Purvis – the screenwriters of no fewer than seven Bond films including NO TIME TO DIE. Moderated by film and TV critic Rhianna Dhillon, we’ll delve into the story behind the story, discussing the evolution of the iconic 007 over the last 20 years. How do Wade and Purvis approach the creative process? And what can we expect from Bond in the most hotly anticipated film of the year? .BOOK YOUR TICKETS
Regent Street Cinema hosts a weekly matinee screening on Monday afternoons, for guests over 55 at just £4 per ticket. When you come to our cinema, we want to be able to offer you a wide selection of classics from all eras of film making that will inspire, bring joy, evoke emotion and leave you wanting to see more.See What's On
Need a break from the hustle and bustle? Escape the world at Regent Street Cinema where you can watch the very best independent and studio films in the birthplace of British Cinema.Learn more
In 1896, Regent Street Cinema became the very first place in Britain to show moving pictures when the Lumière brothers’ Cinématographe was presented to a paying audience, making it a landmark venue for the British film industry.Find out more
The health and wellbeing of our customers and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Learn more about what you can expect when visiting the cinema here.Find out more
And we're back! It has been a tough year for us, and for you, we know. After more than six months of temporary closures, a lot of heartache, and plenty of hard work behind the scenes, we are happy to be able to open our doors and welcome you into Regent Street Cinema.
Turn up the speakers and enjoy listening to the Summer of Soul Spotify Playlist, from Regent Street Cinema.
Chloe Zhao’s NOMADLAND is a serious achievement. It won Best Picture at the Oscars this year, as well as Best Actress for lead Frances McDormand and Best Director for Zhao. It was also awarded the BAFTA for Best Film, plus an entire trophy cupboard’s worth of other accolades – so many, in fact, that an entire standalone Wikipedia page had to be created for the “List of accolades received by Nomadland”. It’s safe to say, then, that the film is well regarded by critics.
The most important thing to us right now is ensuring the safety of our staff and guests. And we know it’s not just about being safe, it’s also about feeling safe. We want you to be able to relax and enjoy your film, without needing to worry about anything else. Following the government’s announcement that all COVID restrictions will soon be relaxed, we’re going to be making some changes. We know you’re going to have questions and concerns, so let us put your mind at rest…