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ArtHouse Crouch End

Cinemas, Independent Crouch End and Hornsey
5 out of 5 stars
(128user reviews)
ArtHouse

As the name implies, this is a two-screen cinema and live arts space situated in the leafy environs of Crouch End.

Voted London’s best cinema by Time Out readers in 2014, this two-screen independent venue in a former Salvation Army Hall opened its doors in spring 2014 and quickly became a favourite with locals from Crouch End and the surrounding area. The ArtHouse prides itself on being not just a cinema but also a venue offering music, comedy and theatre. Its programme leans towards independent and foreign movies, while the foyer area offers a welcoming bar and café serving an attractive selection of food and drink. Time Out was proud to see copies of its reviews blown up large and stuck on walls for customers to read last time we popped in.

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Venue name: ArtHouse Crouch End
Contact:
Address: 159a
Tottenham Lane
London
N8 9BT
Transport: Hornsey rail
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  • Time Out says
    5 out of 5 stars
    Cary Grant to Ingrid Bergman: ‘Dry your eyes, baby – it’s out of character.’ Is he kidding? These two are lovers and fellow US agents performing an elaborate tango of distrust and self-abnegation in Hitch’s swooning, often cruel 1946 masterpiece...
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  • New version of the classic musical, which allows audiences to follow the words on screen and deafen fellow cinema-goers with impromptu renditions of all of the hits. The story centres on Danny Zuko and Sandy Olsson, the bad boy and the good girl w...
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  • Time Out says
    3 out of 5 stars
    The song that plays out this atmospheric refugee drama – Talking Heads’ ‘Road to Nowhere’ – vocalises the existential undercurrents that make it an intriguing, if frustrating, watch. Eschewing easy thrills, writer-director Christian Petzold transp...
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  • Time Out says
    4 out of 5 stars
    There’s a lot that’s mind-bendingly corny about director Danny Boyle and writer Richard Curtis’s ‘Yesterday’, a peppy ‘what-if?’ musical comedy that imagines a world in which the Beatles never existed. Your ability to spend time in its big-hearted...
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  • Time Out says
    4 out of 5 stars
    What Gurinder Chadha’s ‘Bend It Like Beckham’ did for football, her effervescent latest does for Springsteen. And Sony Walkmans. And double denim. For viewers of a certain age – if you ever owned a Level 42 cassette, that’s you – there’s loads of ...
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  • Time Out says
    4 out of 5 stars
    By one way of looking at it, the title of Penny Lane’s documentary poses a casual invitation: Sandwich for lunch? Stroll in the park? Worship Lucifer? Why the hell not? Call it devilishly funny, then, that you may resonate with the organization at...
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  • Time Out says
    3 out of 5 stars
    No one was clamouring for a live-action adaptation of ‘Dora the Explorer’, the pre-teen adventurer with a talking backpack and a pet monkey, but here’s one anyway. Surprisingly, it’s weirdly likeable and seriously charming, though you’ll see its t...
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  • Time Out says
    4 out of 5 stars
    This dark, comedic drama from Australian director Sophie Hyde should delight anyone who watches it. It answers the call for more female-led stories, lets two up-and-coming stars shine in an unconventional setting, and should delight fans of the Em...
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    3 out of 5 stars
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