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ArtHouse Crouch End

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

Time Out says

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

Regularly voted London's best cinema by readers, 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.

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Address: 159a
Tottenham Lane
London
N8 9BT
Transport: Hornsey rail
Price: Tickets £7-£11; £5-7 reductions
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5 out of 5 stars

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