The Curzon Bloomsbury, like its well-known namesake, brings art to the masses through its notable line up of art-house and foreign films.
The centre point of the bustling, newly renovated Brunswick Centre in leafy Bloomsbury, the cinema offers an escape from the hustle and bustle of busy central London.
Located close to the University of London and several medical institutions, the Curzon Bloomsbury was the first British undertaking of an American organization wanting to benefit from the large number of college students, doctors and nurses walking nearby. It opened as the Bloomsbury Cinema in 1972 and has serviced movie fans off and on since then.
Today the Curzon Bloomsbury has two screens, both with a capacity of over two hundred seats, and a fully licensed bar, making it a perfect retreat in the heart of central London.
The Curzon Bloomsbury plays regular host to festivals, Sunday screenings and director Q&As, not forgetting the London Socialist Film Cooperative's screenings on the second Sunday of each month.
With your London Pass you are entitled to see a movie at the Curzon Bloomsbury without further payment!
The London Pass offers you entry* without further payment to all regular film screenings Monday – Thursday (except bank holidays) anytime and Friday – Sunday (plus bank holidays) for all regular film screenings starting before 17.00. *Subject to availability and distributor’s restrictions.
Full List Of Attractions Included
"Really impressed with all the benefits using The London Pass. An excellent was to get about widely at lower costs with "Entry without further payment" and "Fast Track"."
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|Box Office Open Daily|
|Monday||10.00 - 21.45|
|Tuesday||10.00 - 21.45|
|Wednesday||10.00 - 21.45|
|Thursday||10.00 - 21.45|
|Friday||Only valid for screenings before 17.00|
|Saturday||Only valid for screenings before 17.00|
|Sunday||Only valid for screenings before 17.00|
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Brunswick Centre London WC1N 1AW
0871 7033 991