Screen on the Green

Screen on the Green, Islington, London. One of the lovely cinemas owned by Everyman, Screen on the Green offers superior comfort and service to the usual multiplex, and a glass of wine as you watch your film to boot. It shows mainstream, art house and classic films and often hosts Q&A’s with directors. Surprisingly it’s no more expensive than the chains, so why go anywhere else?…

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About Ben Rowe

I take photos of life, for work and for pleasure...mainly in London but sometimes further afield.
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2 Responses to Screen on the Green

  1. Its a pity most people have gone the way of multiplexes and cineplexes.. beautiful gem of place like these struggle hard to stay in business..! very nice pictures! thanks Ben

  2. Pingback: Pop-up Popcorn: London’s Temporary Cinemas « London Living

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