Back on January 25th this year we ran the following headline: GREAT NEWS CRYSTAL PALACE - WE'VE GOT OUR CINEMA BACK! We haven't just got a cinema for Crystal Palace. We've got a BRILLIANT cinema for Crystal Palace! Last night (Tuesday) there was an invitation-only event to the four-screen Everyman cinema, Crystal Palace - 'new' … Continue reading OH..WOW!* CRYSTAL PALACE DOESN’T JUST HAVE A NEW CINEMA – WE HAVE A BRILLIANT NEW CINEMA!
Much to the delight of many local residents who have campaigned tirelessly for over nine years, Everyman Cinemas will reopen the fully refurbished venue at 25 Church Road on Thursday 15th November - 50 years after the picture house closed its doors. After the tireless efforts by the Picture Palace Campaign to have the building … Continue reading THURSDAY 15TH NOVEMBER: EVERYMAN OPENS A CINEMA FOR CRYSTAL PALACE AFTER 50-YEAR ABSENCE
Dear Friends of the Picture Palace Campaign We are absolutely delighted to announce that the Everyman Crystal Palace at 25 Church Road will be officially opening on Friday 16 November with screenings including Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald and The Grinch. To book tickets for this and other films, simply go online at https://www.everymancinema.com/crystal-palace And, don’t forget … Continue reading FROM THE PICTURE PALACE CAMPAIGN: THE FINAL REEL
The covers and scaffolding have been removed from the upper part of the new Everyman cinema at 25 Church Road Crystal Palace. Scaffolding remains at the lower level prior to the outside canopy over the entrance being installed.
Members of the Picture Palace Campaign / Cinema4CrystalPalace met Crispin Lilly, chief executive officer of Everyman Cinemas at Bar Joe on Church Road last week. The meeting was to discuss the new Everyman venue on the site of the original cinema at 25 Church Road, Crystal Palace. As News From Crystal Palace has previously reported … Continue reading CINEMA OPEN BEFORE CHRISTMAS? Campaigners meet Everyman bosses
Here's a 'trailer' of what the revamped cinema building at 25 Church Road, Crystal Palace will look like. The drawing is included in a planning application submitted to Bromley council for approval. The application is for external alterations including replacement windows and doors, installation of door to auditorium side elevation, installation of stairs and door … Continue reading EVERYMAN CINEMA CRYSTAL PALACE – HERE’S A ‘TRAILER’
OPEN DOOR CLOSED? Kingsway International Christian Centre have been removing furniture from the cinema building at 25 Church Road. The sign above the canopy stating 'The Open Door' has also been removed. Everyman cinema chain have agreed to purchase the building from KICC subject to being granted a premises licence. Further reading: GREAT NEWS … Continue reading OPEN DOOR CLOSED? / QUEENS HOTEL – DEADLINE FOR OBJECTIONS EXTENDED / SINGALONG AT THE FOOD MARKET / EVENTS
Everyman cinema group have applied for a premises licence for the cinema building at 25 Church Road. The application is for "the provision of regular entertainment (including plays, films, live music, recorded music, performances of dance or any things of a similar description Sunday to Thursday 8am to 11pm / Friday and Saturday 11am to … Continue reading CINEMA GROUP APPLY FOR PREMISES LICENCE AT 25 CHURCH ROAD
Crystal Palace is getting a cinema back - for the first time in almost 50 years. Everyman Cinemas are set to acquire the building at 25 Church Road - which closed as a cinema in 1968 -subject to them getting a full premises licence with alcohol for the premises. The FOUR-SCREEN cinema could … Continue reading GREAT NEWS CRYSTAL PALACE: WE’RE GETTING OUR CINEMA BACK!!!!!!!
The cinema building at 25 Church Road is 'under offer' according to the Strettons Commercial website. Meanwhile a poster outside the building says the church which currently own the building - KICC (Kingsway International Christian Centre) - were holding a Watchnight event in the building on New Year's Eve. We're back! We have a … Continue reading CINEMA BUILDING ‘UNDER OFFER’ / CRYSTAL PALACE FOOD MARKET BACK