THE GARDEN CINEMA, London’s New Secret Gem Located In Covent Garden

London has been blessed by a new secret gem located in Covent Garden. The Garden Cinema is a new independent cinema that is on a mission to bring back nostalgic feelings of going to the cinema And not be just another luxury cineplex. With its attention to detail, art-deco aesthetic and a programme focused on independent and foreign language cinema and seasons of renowned cinematic masterpieces and lesser-known films.

The Garden Cinema
Launch of new independent London Cinema, The Garden Cinema

London has been blessed by a new secret gem located in Covent Garden. The Garden Cinema is a new independent cinema that is on a mission to bring back nostalgic feelings of going to the cinema And not be just another luxury cineplex. With its attention to detail, art-deco aesthetic and a programme focused on independent and foreign language cinema and seasons of renowned cinematic masterpieces and lesser-known films.

The venue boasts two screens: one with 70 seats, the other with 40, and a third screen added shortly. Both screens have wheelchair access and a 2K Digital Projector with Dolby audio processing up to 7.1. Cinema-goers can also enjoy a lifetime membership for just £20, which offers many benefits.

The Garden Cinema
independent London Cinema, The Garden Cinema

Garden Cinema members receive:

  • £2 off standard price tickets (max 2 x tickets per booking)
  • 1 free ticket
  • Advanced booking for select events
  • £2 monthly members screenings *coming soon
  • Unlock interactive features on The Garden Cinema website – learn more

Renowned filmmakers Mike Leigh and Ken Loach have shown their support for this venue and its potential. The Garden Cinema was founded by cinema enthusiast and entrepreneur Michael Chambers the cinema after selling his legal directory business in 2018. Chambers said, “The Garden Cinema will be run with a clear purpose in mind.”

To show films old and new that we regard as worth seeing. Films that enrich us through their heartfelt realism or imaginative dramas. Films that are ‘true’ in the fullest sense of the word – true to our human nature, true to our human experience in all its shades both light and dark. Films, in short, that we’d want to see again. – Michael Chambers

Chambers has made sure there’s plenty of space adjacent to the screens for audiences to meet, share drinks at the bar, and join organised discussions with additional space for events and members’ meeting rooms.

Launch of new independent London Cinema, The Garden Cinema

The cinema’s opening week programme includes screenings of Joachim Trier’s Oscar nominated The Worst Person in the World and a season of classics celebrating the work of Marlon Brando.

The Garden Cinema oozes the spirit of vintage picture houses, making enjoying a flick a memorable experience.

Coming soon and available to book via the website:

Celebrating Sydney Poitier
The Golden Age of French Cinema
Women in the Mafia – in collaboration with CinemaItaliaUK
Murina – (director to attend a post-show Q&A on the 10th April)
Musical Fridays

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