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Get a first look at the new Crystal Palace Everyman cinema

By Time Out Film
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Crystal Palace has been without a cinema for more than 50 years, but judging by this first look at the one opening there later this year, it will have been worth the wait. Okay, nearly.

After a multimillion-pound restoration of the building that previously housed the Rialto Cinema – built in the 1920s and in operation for 40 years before closing in 1968 – the four-screen Everyman will be kitted out with the latest in Dolby Surround Sound, 4K projection and comfy sofa technology.

Take a sneak peek at the plans below. 

The view from the street (above) 

The lobby 

The ground-floor bar 

The ‘Black Snug’

The first-floor bar

Everyman Crystal Palace is due to open later in 2018.

Need somewhere to tide you over till then? Check out our guide to London’s best cinemas. 

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