Time Out says
Posted: Wed Oct 1 2014
The jewel in the Picturehouse crown opened in 1992 and has been screening a mix of mainstream releases and independent films from its handy location beside Clapham Common ever since. Like all Picturehouses it’s a super-popular local cinema with a devoted following who come for the snug, anti-multiplex atmosphere and comfy reclining seats. Take your pick from the gut-expanding array of posh snacks and grab a drink at the bar, which has become a destination in itself – and is perfect for a post-film debrief. Plus you can buy a glass of wine to take into the movie.
Clapham Picturehouse 76 Venn St
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Tube: Clapham Common
£2 (Kids Club annual membership £3) non-members £3, accompanying adults £2
- 76 Venn St
- 76 Venn St
- Clapham Picturehouse
What's on at Clapham Picturehouse
A live broadcast from the Royal Opera House in London of Laurent Pelly's production of Donizetti's comic opera in two acts charting the love affair of lowly peasant Nemorino and beautiful landowner Adina. Vittorio Grigolo and Lucy Crowe play the love...
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Sat Nov 29:
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Sat Nov 22:
Foundry worker Francois shoots and kills Valentin then hides in his room at a guest house. In no time at all, police have surrounded the building but Francois' barricades hold firm, keeping the authorities at bay. As he puffs nervously on cigarettes,...
Sun Nov 23: