GEORGE’S SOCIAL CINEMA PRESENTS
19h00 FRIDAY 10 JULY 2020
George’s Social Cinema is a secret private film club dedicated to presenting thought-provoking films in a convivial environment.
Our programming celebrates classic, cult, and arthouse films that tend to uncover existential themes. After a champagne reception, viewers are seated on sofas or armchairs in an inspiring period residence, ready to embark on a shared cinematic journey.
Guests are welcome to stay on after the movie and socialise with other participants. We encourage informal and open-minded conversations.
You can enjoy this intimate and unique filmic experience on the first Friday of every month.
Where exactly is the screening located?
The venue is within the central Hampstead area in London (NW3). Once you purchase a ticket online, the full address will be emailed to you.
What is the closest underground station?
We are a 10-minute walk from both Finchley Road station (Jubilee & Metropolitan lines) and Hampstead station (Northern line). The nearest Overground station is Finchley Road & Frognal.
How do I buy a ticket?
The only way to buy a ticket is on this website, in advance of the screeening. Bookings usually close at midnight on the previous day of the screening. Bear in mind the event may sell out before then.
How much does a ticket cost?
A ticket, which includes champagne or other drink of choice, costs £49. You can get a 40% discount and pay £29 if you become a member, which is free. You just have to fill in a short application form.
At what time does the screening start and when does it finish?
Generally, doors open at 19h00 and the screening starts at 19h30. Check the details of each screening for confirmation. The finishing time depends on the film’s duration. Guests are welcome to stay on after the screening to socialise, until about 22h30.
How many people attend each screening?
We have a capacity of 15 people per screening.
What equipment do you use?
We have a state-of-the-art 4K projector, a 100 inch screen and Dolby surround sound.
Is there a minimum age?
The screenings are intended for adults (18+)