|Industry||Leisure, Entertainment & refreshments|
Number of locations
|Products||Tickets, popcorn, alcohol, drinks & confectionery|
Curzon Cinemas were established in 1934 when Harold Wingate, who imported unknown films during the post World War I period, opened the first cinema in Mayfair. The second location, Curzon Bloomsbury, opened in 1972. In 1976 Curzon Artificial Eye, the film distribution company was launched.
Curzon Cinemas currently have 12 cinema complexes throughout the United Kingdom.
|Aldgate||4||Opened January 2017|
|Bloomsbury||6||"The Renoir" Acquired March 2015|
|Colchester||3||Opened 6th July 2018|
|Mayfair||2||First Curzon from 1934|
|Oxford||5||Opened Autumn 2017|
|Ripon||2||Opened Autumn 2013|
|Sheffield||3||Opened 9 January 2015|
|Victoria||5||Opened May 2014|
Curzon Cinemas have also franchised their name and operate in partnership with a number of other locations.
|Location||Partner's name||Number of screens||Notes|
|South Bank||Curzon Mondrian||1|||
|Wimbledon||hmvcurzon||3||Joint venture with HMV|
Curzon intends to open three more cinemas in Greater London in 2019: Hoxton, East Finchley and Kingston.  It also plans to reopen its Chelsea cinema (which was closed in May 2018) in 2022 after the site is redeveloped by Cadogan Estates. 
- "Curzon Cinemas". Curzon World. Archived from the original on 16 February 2015. Retrieved 8 January 2019.
- "Renoir to Curzon Bloomsbury: a rebranding too far".
- Connor, Laura (30 April 2013). "Independent London cinema chain to run the Ripon cinema project". Ripon Gazette. Retrieved 15 February 2015.
- "Ripon Cinema to be run by independent chain". Yorkshire Business Daily. 2 May 2013. Retrieved 15 February 2015.
- "hmvcurzon Wimbledon Information".
- "Curzon Artificial Eye". Curzon Artificial Eye.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Curzon Cinemas.|
- Curzon Cinemas – official site
- Curzon – corporate site
- HMV Curzon (Wimbledon)
- Curzon Mondrian (Southbank)
|This article about a corporation or company involved in entertainment, leisure, sports and/or tourism is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|