Just a short walk down Bermondsey Street from London Bridge is Kino Bermondsey. This 48-seat independent cinema with café-bar and terrace is one of our favorite south London cinemas. 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. Kino Bermondsey has free wi-fi too.
🍹Happy hour on house drinks 5-8pm every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
🍿 £10.75 tickets all day on Monday
🎥 2-for-1 tickets all day on Tuesday
👧 £40 Family (2adults+2children) ticket for films every day except Tuesday, excludes ‘event cinema’
Kino cinema 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.Book Online
If you are looking for an original venue in London for fundraising events, corporate meetings or birthday parties, Kino cinema Bermondsey can be hired privately. Check out Kino’s website for details.
Showing from Friday 23rd September 2022
Film-maker Brett Morgen’s kaleidoscopic collage of David Bowie’s life is a dazzling and wildly creative tribute to everything that he achieved over four and a half decades. made with the full support of Bowie’s estate and featuring many of his greatest tracks, as well as thrilling excerpts of previously unseen live concert footage.
‘a true feast of sound and vision…it’s an experience to greedily inhale in a packed cinema’ ★★★★★ The Telegraph
‘mind-blowing’ ★★★★★ Mark Kermode, The Observer
Ticket To Paradise
George Clooney and Julia Roberts reunite as a divorced couple who find themselves on a shared mission to Bali stop their lovestruck daughter from marrying a local whom she has just met. A delightful romantic comedy from Director Ol Parker (Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again) about the sweet surprise of second chances…
‘heavenly escapism’★★★★ Evening Standard
‘this comedy in the style of 1930s classics is just what we need right now’★★★★ The Times
Kino Babies: Ticket To Paradise (Monday 26th September at 3:15 PM)
Cinema lights higher / sound lower for parents / carers with babes in arms. Tickets £10.50 and babies are free!
See How They Run
In the West End of 1950s London, plans for a movie version of a smash-hit play come to an abrupt halt after the film’s Hollywood director is murdered in the theatre’s costume room. When world-weary Inspector Stoppard (Sam Rockwell) and eager rookie Constable Stalker (Saoirse Ronan) take on the case, the two find themselves thrown into a puzzling whodunnit.
‘very funny’ ★★★★ The TelegraphBook Online
Or call 0207 357 6845 – open from 2 pm daily.