A neat little branch of the Curzon cinema chain.
|Venue name:||Chelsea Curzon||Contact:|
206 King's Rd
|Transport:||Tube: Sloane Square|
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- French filmmaker François Ozon’s ‘Frantz’ takes place in Germany in 1919, when the wounds of World War I were still horribly raw. Indeed, the film’s title character, a powerful absence throughout, is recently dead: Frantz was a young German soldie...Read more
- It may have been a bleak period in human history, but the Second World War was a golden age for British cinema, as filmmakers discovered purpose and commitment in stories of resistance, fortitude and togetherness. 'An Education' director Lone Sche...Read more
- This brilliantly feminist British indie film plunges a cold, sharp knife into the back of bonnet dramas. ‘Lady Macbeth’ is like a Jane Austen story with a dash of sex and murder and a nineteenth-century heroine who might have swallowed the works o...Read more
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Small cinema which is neat, clean, gorgeous. It display many good DVD in the wall, there is other film information around.
The 700 seats showroom with small screen, the seat is not really comfortable which I cannot lie down with my head on the back of the seat, I felt like keeping changing position due to the not soft seat. Sound is nice, loud enough tho.
Its located in posh area that just fit the atmosphere to Curzon. there is nothing to eat around if audience want to watch a film at night, I felt so much hungry after the 3 hours film, Curzon might consider to provide some hot food.