LabTech, owner of Camden Market, has signed a partnership with independent cinema group, Curzon, for a pop-up cinema that will be hosted in the market’s North Yard from 16 September for two weeks. Curzon will operate its exclusive open-air cinema seven days a week, with a capacity for 150 people. The Camden x Curzon partnership will provide visitors with the opportunity to experience exclusive screenings for films yet to hit the UK, including Francois Ozon’s hotly anticipated ‘Summer of 85’. The open-air cinema will be designed by Curzon’s in house team, hosting deckchairs, and black carpet throughout to help guests immerse themselves in the cinematic experience. Known as a place to discover other worlds and cultures, Curzon aims to broaden perspectives and deliver memorable theatrical experiences. The cinematic brand’s latest pop-up venue will stand alongside Camden’s latest restaurant openings including; Neat Burger, the world’s first plant-based sustainable burger chain and The Indian Alley. Philip Knatchbull, CEO of Curzon, said: “We are thrilled to be partnering with Camden Market to host our first open-air cinema post-lockdown. It is an opportunity for us to welcome visitors back to enjoy the cinematic experience in a safe and secure environment complemented by Camden Market’s […]

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