Talk to her


Sat 1st February | 11.30pm | £10 | Screen 1| EVERYMAN, Screen on the Green
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A legendary little piece of Islington that combines a classic cinema venue with all the comfort and relaxation of an Everyman.

Everyman Screen on the Green is a legendary little piece of Islington. Surprisingly for a cinema, it is perhaps most famous for the 29th August 1976 gig that featured the Buzzcocks and the Clash (in their first proper London gig) opening for the Sex Pistols. First opened in 1911, it has retained many of the original features of the purpose built Edwardian cinema. In December 2009, Everyman Screen on the Green underwent its first major refurbishment in 40 years, revolutionising silver screen with its excellent sound system and reduced capacity for extra comfort.

This is “the” cinema to go to if watching a film, for you, is a pleasure. The sofa seating is incredibly comfortable and relaxing, especially when paired with a bottle of wine from the bar which sits at the back of the auditorium. Add in some of the nicest customer service ever received, and it will definitely be a venue that will keep you coming back. Whether you’re looking to explore new and old films, watch live music and comedy, learn from ground breaking documentaries or watch something that is sure to make you think- it’s totally worth a visit.


Everyman Screen On the Green is situated in the heart of Islington, on Upper Street, just across from Islington Green. With Upper Street being packed with great restaurants, great shops and a great market it makes any trip to Islington and Everyman Screen on the Green a special trip, whether you live locally or across town.




Dir: Pedro Almodóvar
Spain | 2002| 112 mins
Casting: Javier Camara, Rosario Flores, Leonor Watling, Dario Grandinetti
Spanish with English subtitles
Sat 1st February | 11.30pm | £10 | Screen 1| EVERYMAN, Screen on the Green

Sin Fin Cinema will be introducing this iconic title in 35mm from one of Spain’s greatest living directors. After a chance encounter at a theatre, two men, Benigno and Marco, meet at a private clinic where Benigno works. Lydia, Marco’s girlfriend and a bullfighter by profession, has been gored and is in a coma. It so happens that Benigno is looking after another woman in a coma, Alicia, a young ballet student. The lives of the four characters will flow in all directions, past, present and future, dragging all of them towards an unsuspected destiny.Talk To Her cemented Almodovar’s (The Skin I Live In, Volver) status as a prolific auteur and brought cult cinema and Spanish sensibilities to the masses.