Steven Spielberg Supports Famous London Cinema

  • Posted On:April 24, 2023

Steven Spielberg is just one star among a host of stars trying to save The Curzon Mayfair cinema from closure, this prominent movie theatre is a staggering 89 years old. The operators of the Curzon Mayfair are desperately pleading with their landlord to renew the lease on the Grade II-listed building before it ends next year.

This venue on a regular basis hosts star-studded premiere's. There has now been a petition started to help save the 89-year-old cinema with more than 19,000 people having backed it so far.

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Developers' plans would see the cinema reopen with one screen instead of two. Steven Spielberg, who premiered his Oscar-nominated film ‘The Fabelmans’ there in January, said it would be a 'travesty if Curzon was no longer there'.

Historic England describes the interior of the cinema, built in 1963-66 to replace a 1930s art-house cinema, 'as the most elaborate and best surviving of the post-war period'.

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