25 Nov 19
The date is set. Fulham Road Picturehouse will be opening its doors on Friday 6 December. The 26th member of the Picturehouse family will entice you with its six screens super-charged with new luxury seating, state-of-the-art sound systems and the best in projection facilities.
This much loved local landmark originally opened in 1930 as the Forum Theatre, has been restored to its former glory by Earle Architects, who also worked with us on Bromley Picturehouse which also opened this year.
Fulham Road will be open just before Christmas, in time to catch those hotly anticipated releases such as Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker, Cats and Greta Gerwig's all-star adaptation of Little Women. We'll also be in keeping with the festive spirits, the cinema will screen 34th Street on Sunday 8 December, The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg on Thursday 12 December and It's A Wonderful Life on Sunday 22 December.
Join us for a very special surprise film screening on Saturday 14 December, this is a chance for audiences to watch an exclusive early screening of an awards-season contended - our lips are sealed! Tickets are only £5 for members and £8 for general tickets.
It's not too late to be a part of the cinema's history. West End founder Membership for Fulham Road is still available! The West End Picturehouse Membership can be used at all 11 of our London Cinemas and will give you access to the Members' Bars in both Picturehouse Central and Fulham Road.
Our new festival partners Scala Radio are giving away tickets to the festival and hosting a Sundance special show.
Sundance Film Festival: London returns to Picturehouse Central from Thursday 30 July to Sunday 1 August for the sixth edition of the ever-growing celebration of independent film.
It didn't quite come home, but Gareth Southgate's Three Lions have done us proud and their all-star cast made it all the way to yesterday's final.
In this shorter episode, host Sam Clements talks on Zoom to Black Widow director Cate Shortland (Lore, Somersault) about her new Marvel Studios film.
This year's festival at Picturehouse Central promises to be a hotbed for ideas and discussion.