Ealing's First Cinema in 14 Years to Open June 30
A new cinema is coming to Ealing for the first time in 14 years, and it's not your average high street mega-complex...
Lead Photo: Ealing Project
The soon-to-open Ealing Project is the west London's first cinema in 14 years.
The cinema, live music venue, and workspace will open June 30 where the Karma Club at the Ealing Broadway used to stand.
It will screen everything from the latest blockbuster movies to independent films, and throughout July all film tickets will be £6.
Highlights from the upcoming programme include a collaboration with Bollo Brook youth club and a screening of the Ealing-made documentary Suburban Steps to Rockland, centred around the famous Ealing Club.
The venue will also host comedy clubs, quiz nights and live music, as well as exhibitions and events.
During the day, the space will be available as a coworking space and cafe.
Really Local Group is the team behind The Ealing Project. They're also the team behind Catford Mews and Reading Biscuit Factory, and championing community connections is key to their ventures.
At The Ealing Project, Really Local Group hope to build on the neighbourhood's musical heritage by partnering uwith local musicians and artists and through a programme of creative events.
The Ealing Project opens June 30. For more information visit ealingproject.co.uk
Address: Ealing Broadway Centre, 1 High Street, W5 5DB