Enjoy cult movies in a luxurious private cinema with either a bottomless prosecco brunch or delicious cocktails.
WHAT'S THIS ALL ABOUT?
Cult movies on a Sunday afternoon, in a large private cinema. Really what’s not to love? The cinema is inside The Courthouse Hotel - the uber cool space that formerly housed the Old Street Magistrates Court and Police Station - The Krays visited, and Oscar Wilde, not to see the films obviously. There are different films every Sunday, the choice ranges from avant-garde to romance and action. The seats are leather and the walls are suede, the technology is bang on and you can have a cocktail in a cell that once held the Kray twins.
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The Courthouse is a Grade 11 Baroque-style building, and as it is located in Shoreditch is really rather wonderful.
There are two options available
Option 1: A Cinebrunch for two in the ‘Judge and Jury’ room. You will be seated surrounded by law journals and courtroom memorabilia, perusing a menu that is definitely not prison fare. Chargrilled chorizo and Octopus salad, swordfish ceviche are just the starters, before you toy with beetroot burger or a chicken schnitzel. Have we mentioned the bottomless Prosecco?
Option 2: included is a post-movie cocktail for two. After the film nip on down to the Jailhouse Bar, formerly the holding cells and police station and think about crimes gone by as you sink a delicious cocktail, which is included in the experience price. We think Oscar would have loved it.
This experience is available every Sunday at 3pm. Expect the classics from Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels or The Queen to The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Cinebrunch - for 2 include cinema + brunch + bottomless Prosecco
Cinema and cocktails - for 2 people