The newly refurbished Curzon cinema at Goldsmiths, University of London is now open

The newly refurbished Curzon cinema at Goldsmiths, offers a wide range of events and screenings, with tickets for local people priced from £7

The cinema will host  everything from major blockbusters to community films. It will also offer exclusive Q&As with film-makers and Goldsmiths experts in a range of fields including psychology, music and art.

Tickets prices start from just £7 for local people and £5 for students at peak times.

Curzon Goldsmiths, located in the Richard Hoggart Building in Lewisham Way, is a five-minute walk from New Cross and New Cross Gate stations, and is serviced by 11  bus routes.

Films currently showing at Curzon Goldsmiths include the Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and Darkest Hour.

Today the Curzon will screen The Post, the thrilling story of The Washington Post’s publication of the Pentagon Papers during the Vietnam War.

After the screening, the cinema will host a discussion with veteran national security journalist and Washington Post reporter Ted Gup – an event organised by the Goldsmiths-based Centre for Investigative Journalism.

Films are shown in a 105-seat auditorium featuring 4k projection and Dolby 7.1 sound. The cinema is also fully accessible and includes an infrared hearing loop for the hard of hearing.

A new café, Thirty Five, is a few steps from the auditorium and offers a range of food and drink deals. Jack King, Curzon Goldsmiths manager, said: “We’re very much looking forward to sharing this fantastic facility with our students and the  community.

“Curzon Goldsmiths now provides the complete cinema experience within a short walk of both New Cross train stations, and just a 10-minute bus ride from the centre of Lewisham.”

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