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Mid90s follows Stevie, a thirteen-year-old in 90s-era LA, who spends his summer navigating between his troubled home life and a group of new friends he meets at a skate shop.

Keen to be accepted both by his older brother and the older skater crew who take him under their wing, this authentic coming-of-age story features an evocative soundtrack, which will no doubt resonate with fans of last year's Skate Kitchen and those who enjoy some 90s nostalgia.

Book now: Showroom / Curzon


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A Summer of Family Classics

Mon. 29 July 2019 — Fri. 30 August 2019


A weekly-changing lineup of family classics with the likes of The Goonies, Babe, and Neverending Story. Plus there's the added bonus that when the heatwave comes, there's no place better to cool off than a cinema screen.

Star Wars (1977)

Mon. 26 August 2019

Abbeydale Picture House

See where it all began, with the original unforgettable adventure across the galaxy in the beautiful surroundings of the 1920s picture palace.

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Wed. 2 October 2019

Upper Chapel, Norfolk Street, S1 2JD

Hypnotic and endlessly fascinating piano music, complementing documentary films on two of the US’s greatest visual artists: Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning.

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A stunning conversion of an old bank into an intimate three-screen cinema with some of the comfiest seats in town. And did we mention the rooftop bar?