Time Out says
Curzon opened this sleek five-screen £3 million cinema in 2014. An oasis of elegance on an unlovely stretch of main road in Victoria, the upstairs is a ‘Mad Men’-chic bar with leather armchairs, film stills on the walls, board games and two widescreen TVs with headphones where you can watch around 40 films from the Curzon’s archive for free. Downstairs is a vaguely Lynchian bar with red velvet curtains, serving a decent selection of wines, local beers and spirits. Inside the cinemas you’ll find super-comfortable reclining seats and top of the range projection equipment. As with all the cinemas in the Curzon chain, this is luxurious without losing sight of the reason we’re here – to watch brilliant films.
|Transport:||Tube: St James Park's|
|Price:||£12-£16.50; £8-£14 reductions|
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