25th May-11th Dec
2008 Drama 1h 14m
Next showing : 30th May
Regent Street Cinema is a unique, historical venue in the heart of central London that is available to hire for a variety of events including screenings, Q&A's and corporate events.FIND OUT MORE
After more than 30 years, Pete "Maverick" Mitchell is back where he belongs...on the big screen. Top Gun: Maverick is screening at Regent Street Cinema from 25 May.Book Now
Enjoy special events at Regent Street Cinema including a special screening of the 2009 film MOON with guest speaker Gavin Rothery - Conceptual Designer & Head of Graphic Design. Hosted in partnership with Space Rocks and the European Space Agency.See What's On
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. Ever since, we have been the London movie theatre most dedicated to showing the very best in independent and studio films.Find out more
The health and wellbeing of our customers and staff at our esteemed London movie theatre is of the utmost importance to us. Learn more about what you can expect when visiting the cinema here.Find out more
There are some big-name, award-winning directors that we’ll always have time for. Bong Joon-ho, for example, and Paul Thomas Anderson, and Lynne Ramsay… You probably have your own list of filmmakers whose new film you’d never even consider skipping. Well, today we’re going to try to add some more names – and some more films to your watchlist. Here are some of the most exciting lesser-known independent filmmakers that we can’t wait to see more from.
Watching Tom Cruise as Captain Pete “Maverick” Mitchell recklessly yet gracefully maneuvering a jet through the air at incredibly high speeds never gets dull. But the original Top Gun is just 110 minutes long, and has become so iconic that many film lovers can probably recite the entire script from memory. They’ll have a whole new script to memorise soon, though, as the long-awaited sequel Top Gun: Maverick swoops into Regent Street Cinema on 25 May.
Lace up your corset and dive into history. Has the new Downton Abbey film got you in the mood for period drama? Come with us on a grand journey into the past with some of these brilliant films…
It’s time to go back to the Wizarding World. Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets Of Dumbledore is almost upon us! In this new sequel, Eddie Redmayne’s Newt Scamander, of the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures, has been given a mission that’ll take him around the world… and that got us thinking about all the other films about fantastic beasts and, well, where to find them. Grab a map, we’re going monster hunting – via some of our favourite creature features.