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Published February 26th 2017
The Screen On The Green  
Since opening in 1913, the the Screen On The Green is now Islington's local Everyman Cinema and is is one of the oldest continuously running cinemas in the UK.

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Everyman Cinema, Islington

Islington has become a prime location for restaurants, bars and small theatres, including the famous Almeida, the King's Head Theatre and the internationally known Sadler's Wells; the cinema however, is also another venue not to be missed.

Though the cinema itself is now part of the Everyman chain, it has remained a visual insight into cinematic history. The fašade lights up the street which showcasing the current films in neon red. Since becoming The Screen On The Green in 1970, the interior has been modernised and refurbished several times, but has kept the original barrel vault ceiling and its iconic red curtain in full working condition.

As well as the latest releases and art-house films, the cinema hosts a variety of events including a baby-club screening, NT Live performances, RSC Live performances and the Everyman collection films that are also show. The venue also has a bar menu complete with cocktails, milkshakes, pizza and beef-dogs.
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Why? Unique cinema with original features
When: Daily
Phone: 0871 906 9060
Where: 83 Upper St, London N1 0NP
Cost: Varies
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