The Cinema Museum, London

Upcoming Events

A 1930s sign reading 'Queue Here'An exciting venue for London…

The Cinema Museum has a fascinating programme of regular talks, film screenings, bazaars, exhibitions and live events, with presentations from key film industry experts and film historians.

Events take place in either the impressive and spacious hall or the atmospheric 36-seat screening-room, with its old cinema seats and illuminated signage. The events provide an excellent opportunity to explore the Museum.

The Autumn Season 2014: dates for your diary

Fri 7 Nov - Sat 31 Jan 2015 · Events

Still from All About Eve - see our Bette Davis – On the Edge drama performance on Sun 23 Nov Screenings, memorabilia bazaar, theatrical extravaganzas, film clubs, book launches, live talks and more as the Cinema Museum continues its fundraising campaign to secure its future.

Kennington Bioscope

Wed 7 Jan 2015 @ 19:30 · Events

tolable david Kennington Bioscope presents Tol'able David (1921), directed by Henry King and starring Richard Barthelmess. Piano accompaniment will be by Neil Brand.

Kennington Bioscope

Wed 28 Jan 2015 @ 19:30 · Events

Smouldering Fires Kevin Brownlow presents Smouldering Fires (1925), directed by Clarence Brown.

The Misty Moon Film Society in Association with The Cinema Museum presents An Audience with Robin Askwith

Sat 31 Jan 2015 @ 20:00 · Events

Confessions of a driving instructor An audience with Robin Askwith, star of over 35 films. He is a natural raconteur and master of what he calls "sit down" comedy. This show has been described as "dangerously funny" and "complete twaddle"! Come and find out for yourself....

The Renown Festival Of Film 2015

Sun 8 Feb 2015 @ 10:00 · Events

RENOWN FILM POSTER cropped The Cinema Museum will have a stall selling duplicate items and films at the Renown Festival Of Film, which takes place at the Watersmeet Theatre, Rickmansworth, on Sunday 8th February 10.00 – 17.30.

Gay Entertainers – an appreciation

Thu 26 Feb 2015 @ 19:30 · Events

Kenneth Williams Terry Sanderson celebrates some of the great lesbian and gay performers from the past century.