The Lexi Cinema is re-opening with a mini Kubrick season with ultra-cheap tickets (29 August)

Jack Nicholson and Stanley Kubrick on the set of  The Shining

Jack Nicholson and Stanley Kubrick on the set of The Shining

The Lexi, north London's social enterprise/ independent boutique digital cinema, has been shut for a time, but this month it reopens with a mini-season showcasing of the work of the mercurial film maker Stanley Kubrick.  All tickets are just £2.50

They reopen their doors on Fri 29 Aug with THE SHINING; Sat 30 Aug is A CLOCKWORK ORANGE, with the Lexi's own Milkbar; and the season wraps with EYES WIDE SHUT on Sun 31 Aug.

et your tickets here.

Also, Kubrick fans might want to check my review of the documentary exploring the phenomenon of The Shining's intense fan cultures , Room 237.


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