Lux Cinema

2-4 Hoxton Square,
London, N1 6NU

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Architects: John Burrell, Stefanie Fischer, Mark Foley

Firms: Burrell, Foley & Fischer

Functions: Restaurant

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Lux Cinema

Located in the north London inner-city district of Hoxton. This was a conversion of a new building by the architectural firm; Burrell, Foley & Fischer. The interior space was designed specifically for the London Filmakers' Co-operative. Programming was a mix of experimental and independent films. It opened in Autumn 1997.

During the re-furbishment of the Rio Cinema, Dalston the Lux Cinema took over some of their programming to keep more mainstream films in the area. Upstairs from the cinema was a small art gallery.

The Lux Cinema was suddenly closed on 2nd October 2001 and after laying unused for a while now has a restaurant occupying the space.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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kencmcintyre on March 20, 2009 at 6:51 pm

The marquee still has the name of the theater:

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