Clapham Picturehouse in Venn St, London

Clapham Picturehouse Venn St, London

Clapham Picturehouse Venn St Address:

76 Venn St, London SW4 0AT, UK

Phone: +44 871 902 5727

Email: picturehouse@filmology.co.uk

Business hours:

No. of screens at Clapham Picturehouse in Venn St: Screen1
35mm, DCP, DVD/BLU RAY, BETA SP, Laptop/Mac
Mono, Dolby, Dolby SR, Dolby SRD
Screen2
139
35mm, DCP, DVD/BLU RAY, BETA SP, Laptop/Mac
Mono, Dolby, Dolby SR, Dolby SRD
Screen3
129
DCP
Mono, Dolby, Dolby SR, Dolby SRD
Screen4
108
35mm, DCP, DVD/BLU RAY, BETA SP, Laptop/Mac
Mono, Dolby, Dolby SR, Dolby SRD
Event
Spaces

No. of seats:

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Clapham Picturehouse official website: https://www.picturehouses.com/cinema/Clapham_Picturehouse

Clapham Picturehouse – Movie showtimes in Venn St, London – Updated on 26th August 2018

Movies Running Now @ Clapham Picturehouse in Venn St
August 26 August 27 August 28 August 29 August 30

Christopher Robin

5:30pm

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

2:50pm 8:20pm

Incredibles 2

12:00pm 5:30pm

Mission: Impossible – Fallout

2:15pm 5:50pm

BlacKkKlansman

10:30am 2:45pm 5:45pm 8:45pm

The Children Act

3:30pm 8:00pm

Apostasy

1:20pm 9:00pm

Monsters, Inc.

12:00pm

Christopher Robin

11:00am 5:00pm

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

3:00pm 5:40pm

Incredibles 2

12:10pm 5:20pm

The Happytime Murders

8:15pm

Mission: Impossible – Fallout

1:40pm 7:30pm

BlacKkKlansman

1:45pm 4:45pm 7:45pm

The Children Act

11:15am 2:50pm 8:10pm

Apostasy

12:30pm

Christopher Robin

12:20pm 6:00pm

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

4:00pm 6:40pm

Incredibles 2

1:15pm

The Happytime Murders

9:15pm

Mission: Impossible – Fallout

2:50pm 8:30pm

BlacKkKlansman

12:10pm 3:10pm 6:10pm 9:00pm

The Children Act

11:00am 1:30pm 6:20pm

Apostasy

11:00am 4:00pm

Pin Cushion

8:45pm

Christopher Robin

12:20pm 6:00pm

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

3:50pm 6:40pm

Incredibles 2

1:00pm 6:15pm

The Happytime Murders

9:15pm

Mission: Impossible – Fallout

2:50pm 8:20pm

BlacKkKlansman

12:10pm 3:10pm 6:10pm 9:00pm

The Children Act

3:45pm 9:00pm

Apostasy

1:30pm

Christopher Robin

12:20pm 6:00pm

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

1:30pm 6:40pm

Incredibles 2

1:10pm 3:50pm

The Happytime Murders

9:15pm

Mission: Impossible – Fallout

2:50pm 8:20pm

BlacKkKlansman

10:30am 3:10pm 6:10pm 9:00pm

The Children Act

4:00pm 9:00pm

Jonas Kaufmann: Under the Stars

6:30pm

Apostasy

11:00am

Facilities available at Clapham Picturehouse
Independent arthouse cinema with modern seating and bar showing mainstream, classic and cult films.

Clapham Picturehouse – Parking Fee

About Clapham Picturehouse
Formed in 1989 to challenge the multiplex model, Picturehouse Cinemas own and operate 22 cinemas and programme a further 42 venues across the UK.
Picturehouse Cinemas are located in city centres and are architecturally unique venues that provide cafe bars, restaurants and live events alongside the traditional moviegoing experience. Their programmes encompass quality mainstream, family, art-house, independent, foreign-language and documentary films.
Picturehouse Cinemas were a pioneer of live satellite cine-casts in the UK, bringing non-film content such as Q&As and talks, concerts, art exhibitions, the New York Met Opera, the Royal Shakespeare Company, the National Theatre and the Bolshoi Ballet to community cinema screens.
Picturehouse Cinemas have a distribution arm, Picturehouse Entertainment, which distributes both feature films and alternative content to cinemas in the UK and internationally.
Since its launch in 2010, Picturehouse Entertainment has distributed an eclectic range of theatrical releases, including BAFTA winner The Imposter, Shane Meadows. The Stone Roses: Made Of Stone, Ben Wheatley’s simultaneous multi-platform release A Field In England, the award-winning docudrama 20,000 Days On Earth featuring Nick Cave, Sundance Audience Award winner Dark Horse: The Incredible True Story Of Dream Alliance, and The Connection starring Jean Dujardin.
Picturehouse Entertainment is also the distributor of seasons from the National Theatre, the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Bolshoi Ballet, and one-off events such as the V&As David Bowie is happening now and Monty Python Live (mostly), beamed from the O2 to more than 570 cinemas in the UK and 2,000 worldwide. Picturehouse Entertainment will be releasing Roger Waters The Wall on 29 September 2015.
Picturehouse Cinemas and Picturehouse Entertainment continue to go from strength to strength following new investment from Cineworld in 2012, with plans to open new cinemas and release a number of theatrical titles in 2015 and beyond.

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