King's Cross Is Getting A New Cinema

By Londonist Staff Last edited 26 months ago
King's Cross Is Getting A New Cinema
We imagine the King's Cross Everyman might look like this, but with 'King's Cross' on it. Photo by Fabio Lugaro in the Londonist Flickr pool

King's Cross is getting a new cinema — well two in fact.

Before a brand new Everyman Cinema opens in the area next year, a temporary, 32-seater is being installed to keep King's Cross's cinephiles happy in the meantime.

The mini cinema — called Everyman on the Corner — opens on 12 July in the Plimsoll Building, and will remain there for 16 months, screening up to three films a day.

Already on the programme for this summer are The BFG, Absolutely Fabulous, Ealing Comedy classic The Ladykillers and The Neon Demon, the new Nicolas Winding Refn film about the fashion industry, starring Elle Fanning. 'Something for everyone' then, if you'll pardon our triteness.

Everyman is fast becoming one of the best-known cinema chains in London, with screens already in the likes of Hampstead, Maida Vale, Baker Street and Barnet.

Timing and ticket prices for Everyman on the Corner are as yet unavailable, so keep checking on the Everyman website.

Last Updated 16 June 2016