Children’s movies are being added to the programme at Curzon Goldsmiths with screenings over the Easter school holidays.
From Friday 25 March, Disney’s critically-acclaimed Zootropolis will show in the afternoons at 1pm and 3.30pm. The screenings will run on weekdays and weekends until Sunday 10 April.
At just £4.50 the off-peak children’s tickets are the cheapest in south London for new films.
Curzon Goldsmiths opened to the public earlier this year and is Lewisham’s first full-time cinema for 15 years.
The cinema is in the Richard Hoggart Building on the New Cross campus of Goldsmiths, University of London.
The cinema shows the best in film and documentary from across the world. It has 4k projection and Dolby 7.1 sound.
Earlier this month British screen legend Lord Puttnam officially opened the cinema – and gave a surprise world premiere to the trailer of Arctic 30, his first film in 18 years.
At the opening Dame Joan Ruddock, who as local MP campaigned for a cinema to be opened in Lewisham, said: “It’s astonishing that this borough did not have a cinema for 15 years. It was not for want of trying but it never happened.
“This is a true breakthrough. I hope it’s going to be a tremendous resource for the local community.”
For more details and to book tickets go to www.curzongoldsmiths.com