Curzon

Our reopening programme

Tickets on sale now!

We are opening back up from the 17th May! A whole host of Oscar winners, event cinema and family treats will be there for you. See what is filling up our first week back here.

SOUTH WEST SILENTS PRESENTS: PICCADILLY & NEIL BRAND'S BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO SILENT CINEMA

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The Curzon has teamed up with South West Silents to bring you a dazzling slice of tremendous 1920's cinema. Following the film is a bonus treat from Neil Brand who, as well as being the master behind this re-score of Piccadilly, brings us an insight into the history of film.

WOMEN OVER FIFTY FILM FESTIVAL

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Now in its 7th year, WOFFF creates a film community centered around older women and inspires younger people to re-think ageing and see creative potential in an often-invisible demographic. Check out the "best-of-the-fest" now!

Seaside Cinema

Save the date!

Dust off the doom, banish the gloom, Seaside Cinema is coming. This year we are packing more in than ever before because we are all in need of some happy. Full line-up and tickets to be announced soon!

Gift Vouchers

available online

The perfect Christmas present and the perfect way to support the Curzon through the tough times ahead. Gift vouchers are available to buy online via the link below. They have no expiry date and you can add any amount you wish, over £10.

Safety First

We are taking all of the necessary precautions to make our cinema as safe as possible for you, our staff and our volunteers once we return. Find out more on our COVID-19 precautions page.

Welcome to Clevedon's

Historic Cinema

Our magnificent cinema has been in continuous operation since April 1912 and was saved by the local community in 1996. We add to the Curzon story every day with our vibrant programme of film and events.

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The Curzon would like to thank

Clevedon Town Council

Society of Merchant Venturers
Clarks Foundation