With only two days to go until the grand opening of the brand new Picturehouse luxury cinema in Bromley, News Shopper were invited for a sneak preview to see what localf lovers can expect to experience.

As a renovation project of where the former Cineworld cinema was once situated, the newly restored art deco six screen cinema harkens back to its original 1930's design and is based off the original Odeon cinema building which first opened in 1936.

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As well as adding two new screens, Picturehouse have also included a restaurant for hungry viewers to indulge in familiar dishes before or after a lengthy flick.

Accompanying the kitchen, a full bar has also been installed and will serve a variety of beers, wines and spirits, including some local flavours from the Gypsy Hill brewery.

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Speaking on the refurbishment, which took close to 14 months to complete, joint managing director of Picturehouse, Clare Binns 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."

Aside from the regular screenings of Hollywood blockbusters, Picturehouse Bromley is hoping to appeal to the wider fringes of film fanatics by hosting alternative screenings of cult classics, foreign-language films, documentaries and even plan on providing autism and dementia friendly screenings throughout the week.

Picturehouse Bromley is set to open on Friday, June 7.

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