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Genesis Cinema
Family owned & Independent cinema continuing the tradition of entertaining East London since 1848.
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Genesis Cinema 9m
2 standard tickets, 2 beers and a full pizza? £27 every Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday when you book online - ‘cos we love ya.
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Genesis Cinema 12m
Join the bumbling, sometimes brilliant in screening NOW and across the whole week - bring the whole family!
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Genesis Cinema 15m
Join us in beautiful on Friday July 5th from 7.45pm as folk artist Rob Corcoran plays us a live set and introduces his fave film - the hilarious SEE NO EVIL, HEAR NO EVIL w/ Gene Wilder & Richard Pryor! FREE tickets:
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Rebecca del Tufo 35m
Sneaky trip to with my 6'1, bearded, 19 year old kid! Yes, I should be doing a grant application right now.
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Genesis Cinema 44m
Was Arthur Rudolph, a central figure in the first Moon Landing, also involved in war crimes involving the death of 20,000 slave labourers in World War 2? Watch PRISONERS OF THE MOON + Q&A w/ director Nick Snow on 18/07:
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Lee 2h
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Booksmart is on at today, tomorrow, and Wednesday for a ludicrously low price of £5.50 a ticket. Go see it!
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Genesis Cinema 54m
The of 'Saturday Afternoon' screens here on Thur 28th June! Part of , this thriller from Bangladeshi auteur Mostofa Sarwar Farooki is shot in a single take in an eatery in Dhaka that is attacked by terrorists. Book tickets here:
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Genesis Cinema 1h
ALL DAY TODAY - £5.50 tickets for our films and only £9.50 for our studio 5 luxury experience!
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Genesis Cinema 1h
Join our leader in screening NOW and across the whole weekend - bring the whole family!
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A hardened immigration officer played by Game Of Thrones’ Lena Headey decides the fate of a dangerous asylum seeker (Ivanno Jeremiah) in THE FLOOD - hard-hitting drama showing just once on Monday July 17th at 6.30pm. Tickets here:
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Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 3h
Don’t miss Indian/Polish doc ‘My Home India’ by about how women & children from Siberian labour camps during WW2 were brought to safety in India. June 25 6pm, June 27 7pm June 28 6.30pm Book now:
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Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival 3h
Plus there's a special short film screening beforehand!
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Genesis Cinema 2h
'My Home India' is screening as part of . This moving documentary follows Polish women & children as they revisit Bombay where they were given refuge in WW2. Fri 28th June 18:30 - Book here:
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Genesis Cinema 2h
We have the largest screen in the East End and the lowest ticket prices around. Lucky we're humble! £5.50/ticket MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY
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Genesis Cinema 2h
ain’t just a kids’ movie - it’s for anyone who ever thought back fondly on the dreams of their childhood - get all warm and fuzzy with us over opening week - screening NOW!
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Genesis Cinema 3h
We are excited to present as part of our season Shorts Vol 3! This amazing selection of shorts made by and about women will be followed by a Q&A with the directors. 16th July 18:40 - book here!
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Genesis Cinema 3h
Our tickets are just £5.50 each every MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY for all screenings aside from Studio 4/5. cool, eh?
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Genesis Cinema 3h
of The Lift Boy screens here for Fri 28th June 8:30pm! This heartwarming story follows Raju, an aspiring engineer, who must become a lift boy in a luxury complex. Get your tickets here:
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Genesis Cinema 4h
ALL DAY TODAY and EVERY MONDAY - £5.50 tickets for our films and only £9.50 for our studio 5 luxury experience!
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Genesis Cinema 4h
Thank you! Yeah, Monday Tuesday Wednesday all tickets £5.50! We also do free tickets for those on a low income. x
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