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  • Address:

    Soho Curzon 93-107 Shaftesbury Ave
    London
    W1D 5DY

  • Opening hours:

    Box office 0870 756 4620

  • Transport:

    Tube: Leicester Sq

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    1. Soho Curzon
      • 93-107 Shaftesbury Ave
        London
        W1D 5DY
      • 51.512794,-0.130461

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Boyhood

Rating: 5/5

Looking at it one way, ‘Boyhood’ is a spectacularly cheap way of saving on actors’ salaries. To capture his rambling yet absorbing Texas family drama, director Richard Linklater (‘Before Midnight’) agreed with several actors – including his eight-yea...

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    • 13:00
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Grand Central

Rating: 2/5

Unskilled but willing Tahar Rahim joins the maintenance team at a French nuclear power station, but among his fellow workers, who form a rag-tag community in off-site mobile homes, radiation isn’t the only invisible menace hanging in the air. When Ra...

  • Mon Jul 28:

    • 16:15
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    • 14:35
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    • 16:40
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    • 21:20

I Am Divine

Rating: 3/5

Putting aside that whole shit-eating thing in the 1972 film ‘Pink Flamingos’, the antics of the man born Harris Glenn Milstead – better known to filmgoers as gender-bending superstar Divine – are tame by today’s standards. For the uninitiated, Jeffre...

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    • 14:05
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    • 21:25
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    • 12:00
  • Thu Jul 31:

    • 14:35

Joe

Rating: 3/5

Adapted from Mississippi writer Larry Brown’s 1991 novel, ‘Joe’ is a moody, melancholic throwback to the dramas that first gained director David Gordon Green (‘George Washington’) attention, and which he ditched to make stoner comedies like ‘Pineappl...

  • Mon Jul 28:

    • 12:40
    • 15:20
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    • 12:40
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    • 21:20
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    • 12:40
    • 15:20
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  • Thu Jul 31:

    • 12:55
    • 15:35
    • 18:45
    • 21:05

The Lady from the Shanghai Cinema

Prado pays tribute to film noir in general, and to The Lady from Shanghai in particular; but given that Welles' mirror-play classic was itself a genre deconstruction, it's little wonder that Prado's film ends up being more labyrinthine than its play...

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    • 12:00
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    • 16:45
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    • 21:25
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    • 16:40
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    • 21:00
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    • 12:00
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    • 14:05
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    • 12:00

Welcome to New York

Gérard Depardieu plays former International Monetary Fund head Dominique Strauss-Kahn in Abel Ferrara's sure-to-be-lurid (in a good way) true-life drama based on the controversial case that exploded around Strauss-Kahn in May 2011. Jacqueline Bisset...

  • Thu Jul 31:

    • 18:15

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