Grab the popcorn, we have your next movie night sorted! Visiting an independent cinema can be a great way to turn watching a movie into an evening out with friends and family. Whether independent films are your cup of tea or you love keeping up to date with the latest blockbusters, we’ve done the hard work for you and given you 8 independent cinemas to check out!
Wandsworth’s coming up in the world, the film world that is. It has been estimated that the borough is host to 10,000 days of filming a year - accounting for 1 in every 10 films made in London as a whole. We’ve compiled a list of some of the iconic movies that were made in part in the borough, and some are guaranteed to surprise you...
Having a South London Club Card is one thing, knowing how to get the best out of it is another, but don't worry mums, we're not going to leave you high and dry once you've bought your card, we've got you covered. We know that finding things to do with your babies can be tough, and we understand that you work hard to ensure you still lead fulfilled lives while your children are in the infancy. We want to help you with these things, so we've compiled this list of 7 places to use your South London Club Card at in Lewisham Borough.
Ah the silver screen! Romance, drama, comedy, horror, sci-fi - we've all got different tastes. Some of us like watching movies at home, curled up on the sofa with loved ones, or on our own, becoming absorbed in a world away from ourselves, that's cool, we understand. A lot of us though, we love going to the cinema, to see films in a special setting, and to make an evening of it. What do independent cinemas have over, say, your Odeons? Let's just tell it straight - character. These places are unique on the inside and out, and if you're going on a date, then surely it's better to go somewhere a little different, rather than the flat-pack, business park cinemas littered all over the country. Anyway, we thought it would be nice to compile a list of the 10 independent cinemas in South London. Before you moan at us for not including Picturehouse, they're owned by Cineworld and have been since 2012, so they're no longer independent in our eyes.