Everyman Screen on the Green
Cool one-screen old cinema on Upper Street in Islington. Lovely atmosphere.
The Screen on the Green in Islington is one of the country’s oldest cinemas: it opened in 1913 and has been a single-screen cinema ever since. It was bought by the Everyman chain of luxury cinemas in 2008 and soon after was renamed Everyman Screen on the Green. It offers a mix of standard and…
Screen on the Green is a single-screen theatre overlooking Islington Green which offers a distinctive movie going experience and is more than a century old. Its neon-lit exterior and retro marquee make it hard to miss, and inside there’s a licensed bar for a pre-movie tipple.
1913 single screen cinema! Very classy worth the extra for ticket, very comfy and unique.
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