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
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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
I love going to Screen on the Green. The seats are comfortable, there is a really good feel in the place, they serve beer and freshly made popcorn and sweets and then they serve it to you in your seats once you've ordered if you have to wait for anything. WHta else could you want from your cinema experience other than a good film!!
And best of all is the price. We (Ian P and I) went to see...more
Hello fellow moviegoers!
What could be better than our favourite American pastime than a night at the movies?
This is a movie theatre from the days when they were made to look classy and glamorous. The glitzy, dazzling retro sign-age outside beckoning you in adds a touch of style and makes you feel like you've gone back in time.
Keeping with the theme, inside the decor is tasteful and there...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
Cozy love seats for a couple or separate seats if you aren't on a date are just so comfy plus a lot of leg room does the movie experience extremely enjoyable.
Having the bar at the back of the actual cinema hall might be annoying if they decide to wash dishes while the movie is on - but on my memory it only happened once.
They serve beers, wines to the seats and each seat has a little table...more