Regent Street Cinema - see also 'Gallery' and 'The Compton Organ'

Regent Street Cinema (Formerly the Cameo Cinema).
We are delighted to report that the TOC has agreed to continuing sponsorship of organ preludes on the original Compton Theatre Pipe Organ at this cinema during the new season of classic films to be shown at this historic venue in central London.
The season opened on 9th September 2015 and is weekly thereafter. The season commenced with Peter Hammond at the console. Peter was instrumental in getting the organ restored and back in use.

The main organist was Victor Patterson, no stranger to cinema playing having previously been on the teams at the Odeon Leicester Square and the State Grays. Victor decided to step down as organist at the end of August 2017 and there is currently a rota of organists. Our thanks to Andy Quin for standing in at short notice to cover. Organists on the rota so far are: Jonathan Eyre, Peter Hammond, Mark Laflin, Donald MacKenzie and Andy Quin.  


TOC members have reduced admission on production of membership card.

Films showing times:  Every Wednesday at 2:00pm with organ preludes from 1:40pm


You Were Never Lovelier - March 7

The King and I - March 14

The African Queen - March 21

Easter Parade - March 28

Bonjour Tristesse - April 4

Blithe Spirit - April 11

There's No Business Like Show Business - April 18

Key Largo - April 25

See Regent Street Cinema Matinee Classics for details.