In 2017, the Everyman Cinema chain is opening a luxury three-screen cinema in King’s Cross. Before that, for the next 16 months, a tiny 32-seater pop-up cinema is keeping the space warm. It's called Screen on the Corner and opens in mid-July with a bar, screening up to three films a day. The programme kicks off with Steven Spielberg’s ‘The BFG’, ‘Drive’ director Nicolas Winding Refn’s ‘The Neon Demon’ and ‘Ab Fab’.
Everyman owns the super-lovely Screen on the Green and Hampstead Everyman boutique cinemas. So we can expect plush armchairs and sofas-for-two, acres of legroom and decadent seat-service. Could little cinema become a thing? Can we call it mini-ma?