The Kings Road Development: Keep the Curzon on the Kings Road
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The Kings Road Development

The Kings Road Development: Keep the Curzon on the Kings Road

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      Curzon Chelsea

The owners of 200-222 Kings Road, where the Curzon Cinema is located, wish to redevelop the site which potentially could lead to the Curzon leaving Chelsea. One of the options being considered for this redevelopment is to significantly reduce the size of the cinema in the building. Unfortunately if this happened the Curzon would be forced to leave the Kings Road. This would also leave Chelsea without any large independently operated cinema in its borough.

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    • Suki Furse LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 4 months ago

      It's our local art house cinema and has been for a long time

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    • Sahara Evans LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 4 months ago

      Its a heritage to the Kings road

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    • Kathryn Standing TWICKENHAM, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 4 months ago

      Historic

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    • Adam Finch LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 4 months ago

      As a Film professional and BAFTA member born in the RBKC this is the only cinema in the area that I consider worth visiting- screening the films which are worth seeing as they were meant to be seen. It's loss would be a terrible blow to the area and to cinema appreciation in London. Is this not an opportunity for the Cadogan Estate to give something back to the community?

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    • John Woods HERTFORDSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 4 months ago

      The Curzon offers a most welcome alternative to the multiplex cinemas and an independent choice of cinematic entertainment not dictated by the "movie moguls"!!!

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