Kino Bermondsey is a 48-seat independent cinema with café-bar and terrace. Refitted in December 2017 with a new screen, a new projector, an incredible new sound system and new red leather seats, it’s simply fantastic. Come and enjoy the latest blockbusters, arthouse, classic and independent films and documentaries.
You can also enjoy coffee and cake, a glass of wine and a sharing board or a cocktail and pizza, with table service provided by the friendly Kino team.
Don’t miss Happy Hour from 5 pm to 8 pm every Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 2-for-1 on house pints, wines and spirits!
Kino Bermondsey regularly runs special events alongside its film programme, including question and answer sessions and an annual film festival.
New films start on a Friday and tickets go on sale at 2 PM every Monday. Tickets for live and special events go on sale 4 – 6 weeks in advance.
Please note: a face mask or covering is now required by law when seated in the cinema, unless exempt or consuming food and drink.Book Online
Showing from Friday 28 January 2022
Or call 0207 357 6845 – open from 2 pm daily.
Special Event: A Bit Of A Carry On
Sunday 6th February 2022 at 3.00pm
A warm and uplifting journey from wartime to showtime, taking us deep into the golden age of British TV & film comedy.
Darling Buds of May actor Tyler Butterworth tells the funny, moving and unashamedly nostalgic story of his much-loved parents, the nation’s first female TV impressionist Janet Brown, and the inimitable Carry On star Peter Butterworth, one of the most recognisable couples in show business. But behind their very public lives was an untold private story…
With classic film and tv clips and rare photographs from his family’s private collection, Tyler relates the extraordinary true story of his father’s war years, his time in the notorious POW camp Stalag Luft III, and early theatrical experiences which directly led to his success as a Carry On star.
Peter’s successful career in film and television ran alongside that of his wife, Janet. While he had been incarcerated in prison camp, she became the first woman to entertain the troops across Europe after D-Day. Her career really blossomed in 1979 with her iconic impression of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
Tyler will shed light on some of the more personal and unknown moments in this shared life of show biz, which culminated in them both individually being given the This Is Your Life treatment, quite possibly a unique accolade for a married couple in any walk of life.
‘very funny and very moving. I so enjoyed it’ Alison Steadman OBE