Take a Peek Inside the Chiswick Cinema Works

Project 'proceeding well' as first tranche of founder memberships sell out

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The Chiswick Cinema has given a sneak peak inside the building where their project is progressing.

The pictures show underpinning works to the structural walls after earlier demolition work. The project team under contractor Conamar say they are also bringing in core electrical services and reconfiguring the drains. There is nothing to suggest at this stage that they won't be meeting their earlier announced opening date in autumn/winter 2020.

The first phase of Founder Memberships has now sold out with a new tranche to be released around Christmas 2019. The Membership starts at £400 and provide a number of benefits including the member’s name on the Founders' Installation and invitations to the Opening Week. The cinema will have a Members’ Only Bar and Terrace.

The Membership will be valid from purchase until one year from the opening of the cinema.

Jeremy Vine has tweeted that he has taken up the membership.

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The cinema management said, "We are overwhelmed by the support and enthusiasm of the local community and can’t wait to open our doors!"

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In addition to the five screens there will be a Membersí bar with a private dining and party room.

Programming will include a mixture of current releases, family screenings and a broad range of event cinema including theatre, visual arts, music events, opera, musical theatre and dance.

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August 17, 2019

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