Venue Details & Map
270 Mare StreetHackneyLondonE8 1HE
- 0871 902 5734
Every trip to Hackney Picturehouse for a film is bound to be a good one. As soon as you enter, you enter a vibrant, buzzing cinema where they really care about the art of film and local culture. There are several little nooks for groups of people to hang out together, and there is a little bar beyond the ticket entrance if you decide to get a drink before your film starts. There are also...more
Came here to watch 'Bicycle' the movie. It's a local cinema and Bicycle was being shown here only on one night in London so figured I'd get tickets. It was quite cheap for a chance to see the only showing of the movie - a tenner - and included a Q&A with the producer at the end.
Coming into the picturehouse, it's very similar to other cinemas you're used to going into, except you don't have...more
Hot damn, it's my 500th Yelp review, and I'm going to spend this arbitrary landmark on the Hackney Picture House.
I live just down the street from this place, and despite how hipstertastic it sounds, I really like being in the vicinity of a cinema that shows its neighborhood a lot of love.
The Attic space is amazing, and I first came to it about a month into my London transplanting, and we...more
A short walk from Hackney Central Overground Station, passed the Hackney Empire and opposite the Hackney Town Hall.
One of the largest and most comfortable Picturehouses in London, with great tiered seating, so good views wherever you sit, comfortable reclining seats and large screens. As with all other Picturehouses, an all day cafe bar, open to non-cinema goers too. There are three...more
Hackney Picture House is a haven of local cinema love.
I love this cinema and I've never even seen a movie here. I came for an event in the Attic, or their performance space on the top floor. It was a storytelling night and I couldn't have been happier.
The space is intimate but not crowded (there's a giant mirror on the back wall so it actually sometimes gives you the impression of it...more