Shakespeare’s comedy of love and change comes to the National Theatre for the first time in over 30 years, with Rosalie Craig (London Road, Macbeth at MIF) as Rosalind.
Thu 15 Oct
- 120 min
Enjoy four short ballets in one evening with this quadruple programme of Carmen, Viscera, Afternoon of a Faun and Tchaikovsky Pas De Deux.
Thu 12 Nov
- 150 min
A retelling of Mary Shelley's gothic classic with choreography by Liam Scarlett and a new score by Lowell Liebermann.
Wed 18 May
A performance of the classic tale of pastoral melodrama from the Royal Ballet.
Wed 6 Apr
- 180 min
- Directed by: Frederick Ashton
A Frederick Ashton double bill featuring Rachmaninoff's Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini and The Two Pigeons.
Tue 26 Jan
- 132 min
The Royal Ballet performs what has become one of its signature works since its première in 1965, Kenneth MacMillan's staging of the great romantic tragedy.
Tue 22 Sep
Richard Jones directs a new production of Musorgsky’s opera on the perils of power.
Mon 21 Mar
- 180 min
- Directed by: Damiano Michieletto
- Cast: Eva-Maria Westbroek, Aleksandrs Antonenko, Dimitri Platanias
Two short Italian operas are brought together in a new staging by award-winning director Damiano Michieletto, who sets both operas in a poverty stricken village in 1980s southern Italy, where the Mafia has a hold.
Thu 10 Dec
Verdi’s tragic opera of a Parisian courtesan who sacrifices everything for love.
Thu 4 Feb
- 180 min
- Directed by: Ivor Bolton (cond)
One of the world's finest opera companies presents Mozart's tale of a valet, the valet's girlfriend and a count with a thing about valet's girlfriends.
Mon 5 Oct
- Directed by: Katie Mitchell
Katie Mitchell directs a new production of Donizetti’s tragic opera.
Mon 25 Apr
Performance of the festive favourite, filmed live at the Royal Opera House.
Wed 16 Dec
A performance of Shakepaere's historic drama starring Alex Hassell as the King.
Wed 21 Oct
AS OF JUN 21 2015 THIS CINEMA IS CLOSED.
Muswell Hill's handsome Odeon dates from 1936, and is a grade II listed building; its interior is the most elaborate of any original Odeon cinema to survive. It was subdivided into three screens as long ago as 1974, with the result that in the main auditorium the seats are all in the balcony.
The two smaller screens, 2 & 3, have wheelchair spaces but screen 1 has no disabled access. There are disabled toilets and parking spaces, but no hearing loops. The cinema has its own car park at the rear of the building.
The cinema is served by bus stops for the 102, 234, 603 routes, with the 43 and 134 around the corner on Muswell Hill Road. The nearest Tubes are East Finchley, a little over a mile to the west (follow Fortis Green), or Highgate to the south, down Muswell Hill Road.
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