A popular member of the Curzon family along with the hip Soho outpost and Grade II-listed Mayfair one, the Curzon Bloomsbury is an intimate six-screen cinema is located on the eastside of the Brunswick Centre, where there are a variety of shops and restaurants to satisfy you before settling into a film. One of the screens, the Bertha Dochouse, is the UK's first dedicated documentary theatre.
|Venue name:||Curzon Bloomsbury|
The Brunswick Centre
|Transport:||Tube: Russell Sq|
|Price:||Tickets £12-£16.50; £8-£14 reductions|
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