38 Curzon Street,
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Curzon Cinemas Ltd. (Official)
Operated by: Curzon Cinemas
Architects: H.G. Hammond
Functions: Movies (Independent)
Previous Names: Curzon Cinema
News About This Theater
- Aug 5, 2004 — Curzon Cinemas Celebrate 70 Years of Independent Cinema
Located in the fashionable Mayfair district of central London’s West End. The Curzon Cinema, replaced the earlier 1934 Curzon Cinema, opening on 6th April 1966 with Bridget Bardot in “Viva Maria” and 542 seats including two private boxes at the rear which each seat 6. The coffered auditorium ceiling was designed by Victor Vasarely. It is an elegantly appointed first-class art house. The programming is a fascinating amalgam of current international fare of quality with selected revivals and repertory series.
In 2002, it was converted into a twin screen cinema, with 320 seats in the former front stalls area, which has a screen 43 feet wide by 20 feet high, and 83 seats in the former rear stalls.
The Curzon Mayfair is a Grade II Listed building.
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