Whirled Cinema

Cinemas, Film club Herne Hill
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Whirled Cinema

A members-only film clubs.

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Venue name: Whirled Cinema
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Address: 259-260 Hardess St
Brixton
London
SE24 0HN
Transport: Loughborough Junction rail
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    • 4 out of 5 stars
    Slick melancholy crime drama ‘Legend’ drops us straight into the mid-1960s glory days of London gangsters Ronnie and Reggie Kray. By then, the twin brothers were ruling the East End, West End and beyond, running clubs and protection rackets, warri...
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    • 3 out of 5 stars
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Tristan P
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My favourite cinema in London, hands-down. Tucked-away in a railway arch on a very unassuming street near Loughborough Junction, this place is a cosy haven from the outside world, showing a brilliant selection of films. Don't expect blockbusters, do expect carefully chosen gems. There's also a bar, which is kind of essential in a cinema these days, don't you think? It's an independent, membership cinema, but membership is well worth purchasing and you get to bring guests along for next-to-nothing. And you can order from nearby Firezze Ppizza, which gets delivered to the cinema. Pizza delivery, in a cinema. And a bar. And great films. It's the dream, surely?