The Screen on the Green in Islington is one of the country’s oldest cinemas: it opened in 1913 and has been a single-screen cinema ever since. It was bought by the Everyman chain of luxury cinemas in 2008 and soon after was renamed Everyman Screen on the Green. It offers a mix of standard and premier seats (the latter being ‘luxurious sofas with footrests’), and there’s a bar at the back of the screen. Directors regularly attend the cinema for introductions and Q&As.
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Head to the Screen on the green for a private-view feeling in such a nice cinema and perfect location.
How theatres should be - iconic venue, massive interior, comfortable seats and a bar at the back. Book the premium seats for a proper date-night experience! Good film choices too.
It's had the now obligatory boutique makeover but the original charm remains. If anything the addition of comfy sofas, a bars and food add to a night out here (of the luxury for those of us who enjoy a sneaky, solo daytime cinema jaunt).