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Cinema Theatre Association talk on Edinburgh and Aberdeen cinemas on Saturday 1 May

April 2021 · News

Portrait of a young Ronald Grant operating a projector

The Cinema Theatre Association presents a two-part Zoom event on the subject of cinemas north of the border, including a talk on Aberdeen cinemas by Cinema Museum co-founder Ronald Grant on Saturday 1 May at 17.30 (UK time).

Europe Day Concert 2021 on Sunday 9 May

April 2021 · News

You are invited to our annual Europe Day Concert which will be broadcast from St John’s Smith Square on Sunday 9 May at 12pm UK time.

Mike Leigh in conversation with Westminster library staff

April 2021 · News

City of Westminster Archives Centre are thrilled to present this interview with the award-winning director of such classics as Naked, Secrets and Lies ,Vera Drake and Peterloo, to name just a few of his extensive opus.

Help Us Protect the Environment

March 2021 · News

We need to replace our petrol van with an electric model. Please help us by donating.

Cinema Museum Anniversary Celebration

February 2021 · News

COVID put paid to the Museum’s 2021 ‘thank you friends and neighbours’ Anniversary do. So, instead, we made a lovely 7 minute film; have a sale on; and are running a fundraiser for two charities and a local artist.

5 Fabulous Things for This Valentine’s Weekend

February 2021 · News

Each year The Cinema Museum hosts a sparkling ‘thank you friends and neighbours’ party.  That can’t happen this year, so, thanks to ArtFund, we have created something to make your Valentine’s weekend special.

The Cinema Museum and Kennington Bioscope winners in the Silent London Poll of 2020

January 2021 · News

The results of the Silent London Poll of 2020 have been announced. Best Silent Film Venue of 2020 again went to The Cinema Museum, and the Kennington Bioscope gained the Best Online Silent Film Screening Series 2020.

Charlie Chaplin and the Story of Care

January 2021 · News

A panel of academics discuss Chaplin and the story of care, in relation to his film The Kid (1921).