WALTHAMSTOW’S REPERTORY CINEMA

Orford House, 73 Orford Rd, London, E17 9QR

Tel: 07910 643987

 

  • A TRULY CINEMATIC EXPERIENCE A TRULY CINEMATIC EXPERIENCE We are the London Borough of Waltham Forest's only independent repertory cinema.
  • Jo & Simon Breakfast Show BBC LONDON 94.9FM Jo & Simon Breakfast Show BBC LONDON 94.9FM My film reviewer slot on 02/05/15
  • CINEMA ALFRESCO CINEMA ALFRESCO Our 6-night summer residency of outdoor screenings at The Red Lion in Leytonstone. Starts in July.
  • TIME LAPSE SET UP TIME LAPSE SET UP Our 1.5 hour set up in 1.5 minutes.
  • LEGO MOVIE LEGO MOVIE Scribble & Smudge made an animated Lego Movie at our Kids' Film Lounge on 23rd May.
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NEXT FEATURES

 

Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday   7 – 9th July  

CINEMA ALFRESCO

Short Film Festival / Lost In Translation / Batman (1989)

Stow Film Lounge @The Red Lion Pub, 640 High Road, Leytonstone, E11 6AA

Tickets: Tues £5, Wed £7, Thurs £7 (Price includes deckchair & waitress service. Limited to 100 tickets)

Book your tickets directly through the Pub on 020 8988 2929

 

Saturday / Sunday   18 – 19th July

POP UP CINEMA at Walthamstow Garden Party in association with The Barbican

European Short Films / Mad Hot Ballroom / 20 Feet From Stardom (Sat only)

Stow Film Lounge @Walthamstow Garden Party, Winns Gallery, Lloyd Park, E17 5JW

Screenings: Saturday 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4,30pm & 7pm / Sunday 1pm, 2pm, 3pm & 4pm.

All screenings are free but limited to 70 people

 

Thursday 23rd July

October: Ten Days That Shook The World (G. Alexandrov & S. Eisenstein, 1928, Cert PG)

Stow Film Lounge @William Morris Gallery, Forest Road, Walthamstow, E17 4PY

Doors: 19.00, Film 19.30, Close 21.30

Tickets: £6.50/£5 conc. Tickets are available to book online below or phone 07910 643987 to reserve.

 

 

         

 

 

TESTIMONIALS

Kaiser Of Crisps – Went to @StowFilmLounge with @JoeScaramanga last night to see The Wicker Man. Bloody excellent. Great seeing Robin Hardy there.

Laya – Londoners: The @StowFilmLounge is a wonderful, warm, and intimate setting to watch movies and make a nice evening out of it.

Fabsternation – oh we were chatting in the popcorn & pizza queue, I believe. Yes, a great evening & film choice, thank you @StowFilmLounge

Lady Stow – Brilliant night at @StowFilmLounge last night watching Pride. Best film I’ve seen for ages and good company too :)

Claude – A really great night though! Loved the film and the dancing – thank you x

Owen – Lovely night @StowFilmLounge for Still The Enemy Within. Great cinema and nice crowd. Just jealous I didnt get any pizza!

Anna – @StowFilmLounge – sold out Northern Soul night was brilliant, tk u

Pam – E17-bound to intro a film at the fabulous @StowFilmLounge tonight

Alan – Bonnie & Clyde @StowFilmLounge was magnificent. A great projection in a genuine social club.

Lindsay – What a brilliant night @StowFilmLounge Thank You! #spinaltap

Aisling – The best cinema experience I have ever had! It’s our favourite place in Walthamstow.

Dave – First time at @StowFilmLounge with baby showing of “Behind the Candelabra”, perfectly organised, had a brilliant morning. Sensible pricing makes it really feel like a service. A really pleasant experience and I enjoyed it more than a conventional cinema. More relaxed with kids.

Anna – Loved the Stone Roses film last night. Thank you for a real communal experience.

Jen -  Just had my easiest kids’ party yet at Kids’ Film Lounge @StowFilmLounge – would thoroughly recommend!

Matthew – My Brother The Devil is an amazing film. Cool place too.

Joanna – I hope to return to soon. Had a great night!

Alex – First time at Stow Film Lounge Fantastico! Bar, great pizza and super-cosy.   Thanks for a great night!

Lucy – Loved my night at S – thoroughly recommend it to everyone. Shall definitely return.

Charlotte – Cockles well and truly warmed by Searching For The Sugar Man at . And Orford Social Club made an impressive pop-up cinema.

Creine – Wow! First time to the cinema in over a yr. Thx for welcoming me back into the land of adults. ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ brill