Time Out says
Posted: Wed Oct 1 2014
The Picturehouse has only been open since 2011, but already it’s impossible to remember Hackney without its four-screen cinema. Downstairs, on the ground floor the bar/café (we recommend the burgers) is always buzzing. The programming is a bang-on mix of top-of-the-range mainstream and artier films – and if you’re after blockbuster bangs, make sure you book for screen one, with its beast of a screen, big sound and steep incline for uninterrupted viewing. On the top floor is the Hackney Attic venue, home to music quizzes, open-mic nights and all manner of live events.
What's on at Hackney Picturehouse
Blockbusting British comedy interweaving the romantic and emotional dalliances of a group of friends around the titular five gatherings.
Sat Jan 24 2015:
Louis Mazzini believes he is the rightful heir to the d'Ascoyne family estate. So he schemes to murder all eight members of the family who stand in his way of becoming the tenth Duke of Chalfont. A subsequent menage a trois involving Mazzini's childh...
Sun Jan 25 2015:
Henry Holland is a model employee at his bank, fastidiously dotting every I and crossing every T as the clerk in charge of gold bullion deliveries. Unbeknown to his colleagues, Henry has conceived a plan to steal the daily delivery of ingots. When fo...
Sun Jan 25 2015:
Yves Abel conducts a live staging of Offenbach's operatic masterpiece at The Metropolitan Opera House in New York. Tenor Vittorio Grigolo takes on the title role of the tortured poet and unwitting adventurer in Bartlett's Sher's production, sharing t...
Sat Jan 31 2015:
Andrew Davis conducts a live staging of Lehar's seductive operetta about a beguiling femme fatale, who captivates all of Paris, at The Metropolitan Opera House in New York. Broadway director and choreographer Susan Stroman helms the production, starr...
Sat Jan 17 2015: