Curzon Cinema & Arts

The Curzon – Independent, Unique & Yours

Opening its doors in 1912, only 5 days after the Titanic disaster, the Curzon is one of the country’s oldest, continuously running cinemas. Enlarged in the 1920s, the neo-classical building seats up to 390 within the main auditorium and recently re-opened balcony, panelled in a rare example of pressed tin; a bar; a 1930s Christie pipe organ and a unique collection of cinema equipment.

Alongside our varied film programme, we host live comedy, music and performance and are fully engaged with youth, arts and other community organisations.

 

Artist impression by Tim Stephens  at clevedonrocks.com

The Curzon cinema has been at the centre of life in Clevedon, North Somerset, since 1912. One of the country’s oldest, continuously running cinemas: screening everything from blockbusters to classics and arthouse cinema, hosting live comedy and events in a beautiful heritage venue.

Performances

Visit our website ‘What’s On’ page to find the latest listings:

 https://www.curzon.org.uk/book-now/whats-on/

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