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Curzon Mayfair

Cinemas, Independent Mayfair
Recommended
4 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)
Curzon Mayfair
Curzon Mayfair

Time Out says

The Curzon Mayfair is the only cinema where Time Out has ever been told off by a fellow moviegoer for eating popcorn too loudly. Which just goes to show what a classy venue this grade II listed cinema is. The bigger of its two screens is a beauty – a 307-seater still in possession of its two original Royal Boxes. The smaller screen is a snug 65-seater. The programme is as brilliant as you'd expect from the Curzon group, a mix of arthouse films, live events and docs, while the bar is suitably stocked with fancy snacks and wines.

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Address: 38 Curzon St
London
W1J 7TY
Price: £12-£16.50; £8-£14 reductions
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