Rivoli Ballroom Popup Cinema London
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Crofton Park pictures is back always gets sold out quick , our next pop up screening nights will be in Thursday 20th April 2017. We have limited tickets so Film Fans book early to avoid disappointment. oors open 8pm, We will have two bars open serving British Ale, Ciders, Draft beer, Wines,
as well as serving Hot Dogs, pop corn, and Ice cream.
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About Rivoli Ballroom
The Rivoli Ballroom is the only intact 1950s Ballroom remaining in London. The current building was originally the Crofton Park Picture Palace which opened in July 1913. It was designed by Henley Attwater with a simple barrel-vaulted auditorium. It became The Rivola Cinema in 1929. The last film there was shown on 2 March 1957. Yet since then it has appeared in various films, and music videos featuring Elton John, Tina Turner, gigs from The White Stripes, The Kings of Leon, Florence and The Machine, as well as recently featured in the Tom Hardy Film Legend, as well as The Avengers. Either side of the ballroom are two bars, running the length of the hall, one dating 1958 and the other of 1960. The right hand bar of 1958 features booths and tables .Perfect place to screen a classic horror.
The interior and exterior fittings have remained the same, creating an authentic 1950’s and 1960’s vintage look. Which is why it is used as a TV and film location for huge productions such as BBC’s Stictly Come Dancing, The Muppets and The Avengers, the movie. As well as the new Film featuring Tom Hardy, Legend.
We also have hosted music videos and gigs such as Florence and the Machine, White Stripes, The kings of Leon, Damon Albarn and Noel Gallaghers High Flying Birds.
Within the venue we have ladies and gentlement’s cloakroom, a boudoir, two separate bars as well as a smaller gold ballroom . We have seperate changing/ green room space.
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