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HOUSE OF GUCCI
HOUSE OF GUCCI
HOUSE OF GUCCI
HOUSE OF GUCCI
NO TIME TO DIE - last chance to see
THE FRENCH DISPATCH - last chance to see
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HOUSE OF GUCCI (15)

2021 Crime 2h 37m

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Next showing : 1st Dec

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19:45

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1 Dec 19:45
2 Dec 15:45
2 Dec 19:15
3 Dec 13:45
4 Dec 20:00
5 Dec 16:20
5 Dec 19:45
7 Dec 19:15
8 Dec 20:00
9 Dec 15:30
9 Dec 19:00
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NO TIME TO DIE - last chance to see (12A)

2021 Action 2h 43m

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Next showing : 4th Dec

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14:00

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4 Dec 14:00
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THE FRENCH DISPATCH - last chance to see (15)

2021 Comedy 2h

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Next showing : 4th Dec

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17:20

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4 Dec 17:20
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THE MATRIX 4K (TBC)

2019 Action 2h 16m

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Next showing : 5th Dec

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13:30

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5 Dec 13:30
8 Dec 17:00
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SCROOGE - A Christmas Carol (Regency Over 55s) (U)

1951 Drama 1h 26m

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Next showing : 6th Dec

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13:00

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6 Dec 13:00
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PETITE MAMAN - last chance to see (U)

2021 Drama 1h 13m

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Next showing : 7th Dec

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17:15

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7 Dec 17:15
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SPENCER - last chance to see (TBC)

2021 Drama 1h 57m

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Next showing : 8th Dec

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8 Dec 14:20
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A cultural hub for hire in central London

Regent Street Cinema is a unique historical cinema venue in the heart of central London that is available to hire for a variety of events.

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Whats On this December?

This December you can watch brilliant films in London's oldest cinema including House of Gucci, West Side Story, The Matrix, Petite Maman and The French Dispatch. Book your seats today!

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WEST SIDE STORY

From acclaimed film director Steven Spielberg comes the hotly anticipated West Side Story. Inspired by the original 1957 musical, be transported to the gritty streets of Upper West Side, New York from 10th December.

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We are Regent Street Cinema

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.

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The birthplace of British Cinema

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.

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Community

Regent Street Cinema works closely with the University of Westminster to engage and support the film students of the future.

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Keeping you safe during your next visit to Regent Street Cinema

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.

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Regent Street’s Walk Of Fame

If you’ve ever had to take a detour around Leicester Square because one of the cinemas there was hosting a film premiere, you’d be forgiven for thinking all the glamour and flashbulbs belonged on the south side of Oxford Street. But take a stroll a couple of minutes’ north of Oxford Circus underground station, and you’ll find another hub of activity.

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What is Independent Cinema?

Our passion at Regent Street Cinema is giving a platform to indie films and productions which offer our audiences something a little different to the mainstream.

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From stage to screen – 10 of our favourite films featuring pop stars

Have you seen the trailer for House Of Gucci? We’re willing to bet you have, and that you might even have watched it more than once. It’s set to be the must-see, must-talk-about film of November (and probably December, too). And that’s due, in no small part, to its star: Lady Gaga. Gaga’s transition from pop star to film star has been pretty spectacular. But maybe no-one should have been surprised. After all, pop stars are performers, accustomed to putting on a costume and transforming into another person. In honour of Gaga and House Of Gucci, here are 10 of our other favourite films featuring pop stars:

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Welcome to Regent Street Cinema

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.

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