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.
£10.50 tickets all day on Monday and the first film on or before 2 pm
2-for-1 tickets all day on Tuesday
£10.50 for students and children every day
£42 Family (2 adults and 2 children) ticket for films every day*
*except Tuesday; all exclude ‘event cinema’
Happy hour 5-8 pm every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday on house drinks
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 2nd December 2022
Director Guillermo del Toro and award-winning stop-motion animator Mark Gustafson reinvent Carlo Collodi’s classic tale with a beautiful, whimsical tour de force that finds Pinocchio on an adventure that reveals the life-giving power of love. With the voices of Ewan McGregor, Gregory Mann, David Bradley, Cate Blanchett and Tilda Swinton, accompanied by a stunning score by Alexandre Desplat
‘miraculous and magical’ ★★★★★ Mark Kermode, The Observer
‘Del Toro’s Pinocchio zips and thrills and brims with life’ ★★★★ Financial Times
Mark Mylod, the director of Succession, serves up a delicious black comedy in which a couple (Anya Taylor-Joy and Nicholas Hoult) travel to a remote island to eat at an exclusive restaurant where the chef (Ralph Fiennes) has prepared a lavish tasting menu…with some shocking surprises
‘revenge is served hot in this delicious haute cuisine satire’ ★★★★ The Observer
Bill Nighy delivers one of the finest performances of his career in screenwriter Kazuo Ishiguro and director Oliver Hermanus’s deeply felt, beautifully acted film set in 1950’s London
‘exquisite’ ★★★★★ The Guardian
Kino Babies: Living (Friday 2nd December at 1:30 pm)
Cinema lights higher / sound lower for parents/carers with babes in arms. Tickets are £10.50 and babies are free.
Special Event: Father Earth + Q&A with Graham Fellows
Thursday 8th December at 8 pm
The funny, yet moving, true story of one man’s attempt to help save the planet by converting a derelict church on the Orkney Isles into an eco-friendly recording studio. It’s also a fascinating study of a psychological power struggle between a character comedian – Graham Fellows, and his long-standing creation – John Shuttleworth – and the relationship between fathers and sons. John Crace, parliamentary sketch writer for The Guardian, will host a live audience Q&A with Graham Fellows after the screening.Book Online
Or call 0207 357 6845 – open from 2 pm daily.