Here is the full listing for new films showing at Kino Bermondsey from Friday. Tickets go on sale at 2 PM every Monday. Tickets for live and special events go on sale 4 – 6 weeks in advance.
VITRINE presents the first London solo exhibition of Leeds-based British-Iraqi artist Emii Alrai. The new installation of sculptures echos ancient tombs and their spiritual presence.
StreetDots – London’s most exciting street food market brings a changing selection of tasty food traders to Bermondsey Square. Open from 12 pm to 3 pm
I Love My Mum screening at Kino Bermondsey on 20 June 2019 followed by a Q&A with Producer Dom Lenoir and Director Alberto Sciamma.
Kino Bermondsey screens this fascinating film exploring the impact of Japan on the work of Van Gogh on 6th June at 6:30 pm.
It’s Happy Hour at Kino on Mondays between 4pm and 7pm. Buy one get one free on pints, wine and spirits.
Join Stephen Pierre & The Jazz Collective in Bermondsey Square on the first and third Sunday of the month until 1st September for an informal and relaxed afternoon of jazz from 1 PM to 4 PM.
VITRINE and Kino Digital are delighted to present the second in a new series of screenings hosted by Kino Digital on Bermondsey Square. This series of screenings will be exploring how our changing relationship to an unclear present opens up speculative imaginaries in which to explore uncertain futures.
VITRINE presents the first solo exhibition of Brussels-based artist Kato Six in the UK. Embracing the tableau-like quality of VITRINE, Six interrogates materiality and immateriality, three-dimensional and two-dimensional, presence and absence.
Bermondsey Square Hotel’s atmospheric b2 At Home lounge and restaurant brings you the very best in relaxed live jazz at lunchtime on the last Friday of the month. And for £10.99 you can enjoy a burger & chips or fish and chips with a drink.