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Crouch End Picturehouse opens on Friday 27 November

Carol Crouch End Picturehouse

Rooney Mara and Cate Blanchett in Carol

Crouch End Picturehouse opens on Friday 27 November with Carol and Bridge Of Spies and 50% off all food in the first week!

Crouch End Picturehouse, a new four-screen cinema with ground-floor café and first-floor restaurant, by Panter Hudspith Architects, will open its doors to the public on Friday 27 November. The opening films at the new local community cinema include Todd Haynes’s Carol starring Cate Blanchett, and Steven Spielberg’s Cold War thriller Bridge Of Spies starring Tom Hanks.

The Picturehouse includes a ground-floor café and first-floor restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner from a menu by award-winning chef Mathew Weaving that includes sustainably sourced fish. Diners can enjoy a 50% discount on all food in the opening week.

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The Winter’s Tale

A Family Day has been planned for Saturday 5 December that includes a special screening of Pixar’s new animation The Good Dinosaur, with tickets from just £.1.50 and activities as part of our weekly Kids’ Club.

Crouch End Picturehouse Members will be the first to try out the new cinema, with a free preview of Carol and free tickets to the live broadcast of the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s The Winter’s Tale starring Judi Dench, both on the evening of 26 November. Founder Memberships are on sale now.

Lyn Goleby, Managing Director of Picturehouse Cinemas, said: “The Perfect Picturehouse was on the same location between 1925 and 1929, and here we are again. We can’t wait to open our doors at the end of November.

Tickets for the opening week, and for exciting upcoming films and events such as Star Wars: The Force Awakens, will be on sale soon. To be the first to hear about them, local residents are encouraged to subscribe to the Picturehouse newsletter at www.picturehouses.com/crouchend. You can also follow Crouch End Picturehouse on Twitter and Like Crouch End Picturehouse on Facebook.

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