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Written by Luke Bull - 23 January 2023

5 fabulous screening rooms in Shoreditch

Whilst Shoreditch probably brings to mind a frantic hedonism that would seem anathema to the quietude of the cinema, the East London neighbourhood is actually pretty spoiled with some top-notch cinemas and screening rooms. The abundance of large cavernous industrial spaces is ideally suited to wide screens, and the healthy arts scene in Shoreditch means you're never short of decent films that don’t include vigilantes in tights. Here are some of our favourites.

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Shoreditch cinema Curzon
Shoreditch cinema Curzon

1. A Shoreditch cinema with a pub next door: Curzon Hoxton

Shoreditch, London

Curzon’s Hoxton venue benefits from three modern screens, each with reclining seats and side tables, the venue is fully equipped for conferencing, presentations and corporate hospitality. If you’ve been to a Curzon before, you probably know what to expect. The now nationally spread series of cinemas shines a light on alternate filmic voices whilst also putting on the big-name favourites.

There’s also a pub next door, which grants extra points for, you know, being a pub.

mondrian Shoreditch cinema
mondrian Shoreditch cinema

2. A screening lounge beneath a trendy Shoreditch hotel: Mondrian

Shoreditch, London

The Mondrian is a squat five-star hotel sitting at the intersection of Curtain Road and Scrutton Street. Well-established as a boutique, high-end place to stay, the Mondrian is full of surprises. Take its intimate, 35-seater screening room that is plushly decorated and would be the perfect setting for a very private film night. Boasting its own cocktail bar, with dining options available, it’s a great hidden cinematic treasure in the heart of Shoreditch.

The CourtHouse Shoreditch cinema

3. Another hotel with a state of the art screening room in Shoreditch: The Courthouse

Shoreditch, London

Directly due north of the Mondrian, on Shoreditch’s Old Street, you’ll find the Courthouse: a Baroque Grade II listed hotel that hides a fantastic screening room in its extensive interior. With 196 seats you can pretty much experience a full-scale cinema experience sequestered away from the general public.

The ambience is chilled out yet immersive, with stowaway tables and leather seats allowing you to settle in while the state-of-the-art Dolby CP750 sound processor and Micro-perforated 8m x 4m screen whisk you away to cinematic landscapes. As part of the hire, a dedicated technician will also be on hand to ease any Luddite fears you may harbour.

colours shoreditch cinema screening room
colours shoreditch cinema screening room

4. A great screening room in Shoreditch for presentations: Colours

Shoreditch, London

Colour’s screening space is a unique, striking area that is perfectly geared towards performances and presentations, be they live or on screen. Of particular note is the LED-dotted netting which drapes from the ceiling: the multicoloured canvas brings an extra element to any screening event in Shoreditch.

In terms of capacity, you can have 100 seated or 250m standing. The sound system is also impressive, linking up with the aforementioned

tt liquor shoreditch cinema
tt liquor shoreditch cinema

5. A bar with its own Cinema: TT Liquor

Shoreditch, London

TT Liquor is a Shoreditch institution. From the front you'd be forgiven for taking it as an apothecary; bottles of brownish spirits line the walls up to the high ceilings; wooden shelves and rickety corridors give the bar an atmosphere of labyrinthian charm. Oh, and there's a 52-seater cinema burrowed away in the back.

The cinema space is old-world and sophisticated - plush brown seats sit on the hardwood planks, surrounded by enough gloomy brickwork and dark wood panelling to make it feel like a private member's club. It's available to private hire and would make a fantastic after-work presentation, or just somewhere to watch every Humphrey Bogart film.

For public showings, TT. Liquor draws upon the venue's dual passions, for movies and for mixed drinks; they'll pick a cult classic to show every fortnight alongside mixing a classic cocktail inspired by the film.

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A guide to hiring out a cinema in Shoreditch

Hiring out a private cinema in Shoreditch can be a great way to host a unique and memorable event. Whether you're planning a corporate event, a film screening, or a birthday party, there are a few key steps to follow in order to ensure that your event is a success.

Step 1: Research different venues.

Shoreditch is home to a variety of cinemas, so it's important to do some research to find the one that best fits your needs. Consider factors such as the size of the venue, the type of projector and sound system they have, and the availability of food and drinks. Some cinemas also offer additional amenities such as private screening rooms, event spaces, and AV equipment rentals.

Step 2: Check availability and pricing.

Once you've identified a few potential venues, reach out to them to check on availability and pricing. Be sure to provide them with details about your event, such as the number of guests you expect, the date and time you're interested in, and any special requests you may have.

Step 3: Confirm your booking.

Once you've found a venue that meets your needs and fits your budget, it's time to confirm your booking. Be sure to review all of the details of your event with the venue, including the date, time, and any additional services or equipment you'll need.

Step 4: Plan your event.

Now that you've secured your venue, it's time to start planning the rest of your event. Consider things like catering, decorations, and entertainment. You may also want to consider hiring a professional event planner to help coordinate all of the details.

Step 5: Promote your event.

Once your event is planned and your venue is booked, it's time to start promoting it. Create an event page on social media, send out invitations, and post flyers around the Shoreditch area.

Step 6: Enjoy your event!

On the day of your event, be sure to arrive early to set up and make any last-minute adjustments. Once your guests arrive, sit back and enjoy the show!

In summary, hiring out a private cinema in Shoreditch can be a great way to host a unique and memorable event. Research different venues, check availability and pricing, confirm your booking, plan your event, promote your event and enjoy it.

Frequently asked questions

You can contact the cinema directly to inquire about private event rentals. They will likely have a sales or events team that can provide more information and assist with the booking process. This is not best way, though. Submit your enquiry through us and we'll circulate it amongst the best cinemas and screening rooms in Shoreditch, then they'll get back to you. As it should be,.

The cost will vary depending on the specific cinema and the length of time you wish to rent the space for. It's best to know your budget going into the booking process and finding out which venues can facilitate you.

It will depend on the cinema's policy and availability. Some cinemas may allow you to choose from a selection of films, while others may have a set schedule. It's best to discuss this with the cinema when inquiring about private event rentals.

This will depend on the specific cinema and the terms of your event rental. Some cinemas may provide catering services, while others may allow you to bring in your own food and drinks. It's best to discuss this with the cinema when inquiring about private event rentals.

Luckily, many of the best cinemas and screening rooms in Shoreditch are in venues that feature bars. This is Shoreditch after-all.

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