Part of the Brunswick Centre, Curzon Bloomsbury is influenced by the materials and style of post-war modernism, as well as films by Tarkovsky and Greenaway, and has recently been refurbished to the highest level, providing for slick private hire options.
Curzon Bloomsbury offers up six screens and two bars, giving you all sorts of opportunities to host individual and unique events. The recently updated interiors are among some of the most elegant cinema spaces in London, with clean lines and a calming grey colour palette creating the perfect backdrop for pops of colour coming from the stylised light up letters on the wall, which spell out the name of each room.
The minimalist cinema’s screening rooms are each equipped with Sony 4K projectors, while the Renoir screen features a Dolby Atmos sound system – only the second venue in London to do so. The Renoir is the largest of all the options, allowing space for 150 people and a VIP private balcony sectioned off for extra special guests. These elements make the cinema a popular choice for film screenings, galas and high-end presentations, but you could go one further and hire it for a wedding party where you play fun clips of the couples instead of speeches before moving on to dinner elsewhere, or have it as a fun arena for a DJ to present in.
The two bars can be hired in conjunction with any of the spaces and offer the possibility of another element to your gathering. Drinks receptions can kick things off before you move through to watch a film or presentation, or you can use the bars for a post-event affair where you serve cocktails and coffee.
All of the cinema rooms at Curzon Bloomsbury are fully accessible, making inclusive event planning simple and straightforward, while the cinema’s close proximity to Euston makes it a doddle to get from and to, for guests travelling in from out of town.