One of Bromley's most historic buildings is being revamped into a new six-screen cinema set to open in late spring of 2019.

Picturehouse Cinemas say replacing the old Cineworld is one of its "most distinctive and unique projects yet".

Clare Binns, joint managing director of Picturehouse, said: "Walk through the front doors of Bromley and Picturehouse you’ll enter a beautiful historic building featuring a blend of classic art-deco design with modern Picturehouse touches.

"We love to choose unique, historical buildings because of the naturally inviting atmosphere and character they possess.

Bromley is set to be one of our most distinctive and unique projects yet."

The first 2,000 members will have their names permanently inscribed onto the Founder Members' Wall.

A bar and kitchen are also being installed as part of the classic 1930s art deco cinema refurbishment.

Picturehouse say they are keen to promote community activities by having a 'Big Scream' for parents and babies, free-student screenings and autism and dementia-friendly screenings.

To catch a new film at Picturehouse it will cost £14.10 or £5.50 on Mondays.

It is hoped the cinema will open in time for future films Toy Story 4, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood and Rocketman.