Islington's Screen on the Green is a stunning cinema probably best known for hosting a legendary 1976 gig featuring the Buzzcocks, The Clash and the Sex Pistols. Nowadays, the single screen Edwardian moviehouse boasts an in-cinema bar serving food and drinks and your choice of comfy cinema seats or double couches.
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Everyman Screen on the Green
83 Upper StreetIslingtonLondonN1 0NU
- +44 871 906 9060
Top 5 hell maybe top 3 cinema in London and we are lucky to have so many great ones in London. Beautiful setting in beautiful area with beautiful (and funny) signage outside. Love it here.more
My favourite cinema in London by far. Not your typical cinema. You can get armchairs and sofas and order food and wine delivered to your seats. The bar at the back is a very cool touch. It's also the same price as your big cinema chain.
All definitely adds to the experience.more
I love the 'premier' seats at the back for snuggling up on a hungover Sunday. The whole thing is a really nice treat...but definitely a treat as with some snacks and tickets it came to about £50 for the two of us. Defo not a cheap night at the cinema! I think the bathrooms could be improved as well. Otherwise love the place.more
I've been to Screen on the Green quite a few times now, and it's been a delightful experience every time.
First, I love the comfortable seatings they have and the retro ambience. It's almost like a private, luxury cinema/theatre experience, taking a step back into the oldie days.
Second, I love the concept of serving wine and bites within the theatre. It's a perfect combination of...more
So this screen is actually not on the green, but across from the green. Still, it's worth going to (even if you thought you were seeing a movie outside.)
A great indie cinema. Screen up on a stage, bar with snacks in the back, love seats on the side. It's a fantastic spot to bring a date for those last two reasons alone.
The last movie I saw here was Hot Fuzz where Edgar Wright did an intro...more