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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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Cue up for Summer of Soul

Turn up the speakers and enjoy listening to the Summer of Soul Spotify Playlist, from Regent Street Cinema.

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Why you should see… Nomadland

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.

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For Your Safety and Comfort

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…

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Candyman - Say His Name: what we talk about when we talk about horror

In Nia DaCosta’s Candyman, Chicago’s Cabrini Green neighbourhood is haunted. There are so many ghost stories associated with the place, in fact, that you might wonder why anyone bothered to build new developments there instead of just burning it all down, salting the earth, and getting as far away as possible.

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James Bond: the evolution of the world’s most famous spy

The world’s most famous secret agent is finally returning to our screens! In honour of the release, we thought we’d take a look back at the story so far. Who is James Bond? The international super spy has been portrayed by lots of different actors, all of whom had a slightly different take on him, according to their own personalities and to the desires of the audiences of the day. After all, 1962 was almost 60 years ago, and a lot has changed since then. So who is Bond? We dug into the archives to find out what each of those actors thought…

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All you need is love

Dive into a summer of love with our specially curated programme At Regent Street Cinema, we often talk about how much we love cinema. We love film as a medium, we love the whole cinema experience… and, of course, we love our cinema, with its incredibly comfy seats, stunning Art Deco décor, and state-of-the-art audio-visual setup. What’s not to love? When we looked at our programme of films for this month, we realised everything really is about love. Turns out it’s quite a versatile kind of emotion! Here are just some of the kinds of love you can experience on our big screen over the next couple of weeks:

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10 Reasons to Come Back to the Cinema

We’ve really missed being able to go to the cinema, and we know you have too. It’s not just a feeling – there’s cold, hard research out there that shows going to the cinema is the second most-missed activity we’ve all been denied over the past year or so. For teenagers and parents, it’s actually the thing they miss the most, ahead of going shopping, going to restaurants, or going to the pub.

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