Rooftop Film Club: Queen of Hoxton

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Queen of Hoxton

Until Wed Sep 17

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  • Name:

    Queen of Hoxton

  • Address:

    Queen of Hoxton 1 Curtain Rd
    London
    EC2A 3JX

  • Venue phone:

    020 7422 0958

  • Venue website:

    www.queenofhoxton.com

  • Opening hours:

    Open 5pm-12midnight Mon-Wed; 5pm-2am Thu-Sat; 12noon-12midnight Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Old St/Liverpool St; Rail: Shoreditch High St Overground

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    1. Queen of Hoxton
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    Film. Things to do

  • Occasions :

    Quirky

  • Type of event :

    Screenings. Film events

Rooftop Film Club: Queen of Hoxton 2014

  • Date Time Price information
  • Wed Sep 17
    21:00
    £13
    Buy tickets Labyrinth

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Andre A

Bought tickets to watch Fading Gigolo on the 6th August back in July as part of my wedding anniversary celebrations and then yesterday received an email saying that they do not hold the license to screen it so it will not go ahead but instead they will show the classic "Manhattan"! What a scam! How can you sell tickets for something you do not hold license for? The worst thing is that they won't refund my money. I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS COMPANY!!!

Jenna W

The chaotic pre-show atmosphere almost entirely ruined the night for us! The staff at Queen of Hoxton didn't clear the rooftop until 9 pm, resulting in the cinema-goers being herded like cattle into a pen and forced to fight for seats together to enjoy the experience. Rude and frantic guests were pushing and shoving their way to seats thinking they wouldn't get one because no one had explained the process of the seating to anyone-- we were simply roped into a confined space and asked to move this way and that. I bought the tickets a month in advance to celebrate my Mum's 58th birthday. She was over for just one week from Canada and this was to be her last night and a great way to celebrate. Instead, in the chaos leading up to trying to get seats, a terrible psycho woman swore at us and rudely demanded that we move down the row so she could sit with her friend, accusing us of stealing her seats! This was in spite of that fact that the three of us had politely filed into the row nearest to us and sat down as calmly as possible in seats that were certainly not claimed. I know that the organisers cannot be blamed directly for the behaviour of the visitors, but I feel strongly that the whole thing could have been avoided if the hosts were more efficient about commuting what was going to happen so the guests didn't get so panicky about the seating arrangements. It would have been much better to have ticketed and assigned seating. It really was a disappointing result for an event that we had been looking forward to for a long time. Once the film started, it was smooth sailing because the movie itself was great and the atmosphere on the roof is outstanding. However the beginning of the evening cast an unfortunate shadow over the whole night. I am sorry to say that I will not be recommending the experience to friends and will be unlikely to come back myself unless I heard of some serious logistical changes being made to improve the experience.

JOYSTU D

Too good. Most amazing and out of the world experience. Beileve that same sort of atmosphere is to be replicated in other important  cities of the world where film holds a special place in the heart of the citizens...