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Screen on the Green

The Screen On The Green is a single screen luxury cinema facing Islington Green in the London Borough of Islington, London. The current building was opened in 1913 and it is one of the oldest continuously running cinemas in the UK. 

It is distinctive in the local area due to its façade outlined in red neon, along with a large canopy used for advertising current and upcoming films and events.

They have cosy sofa’s with little benches to put your feet up while enjoying your movie.

Going to the cinema is becoming an event again! 

Other great luxury cinemas are: The Castle Cinema, Genesis Cinema Whitechapel and The Electric Cinema Portobello.

Opening Hours

10am daily (or half an hour before the first film of the day, if earlier)

How to get there

Angel
4, 19, 30, 43
Islington Green
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