The owners of the Everyman Cinemas chain have confirmed they plan to open a new venue in 2020 as part of the redevelopment of the former Vinopolis complex.
Eight years after Rob Wray opened the 50-seater Shortwave Cinema in Bermondsey Square, the venue has been sold to Kent and East Sussex-based Kino Digital.
Southwark's deputy mayor Cllr Jamille Mohammed visited Elephant & Castle last week to officially open the new-look St Mary's Churchyard.
Wednesday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2017-07-26
A new name and a new owner for the cinema in Bermondsey Square london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9345
Just published - Everyman confirms plans for cinema at former Vinopolis site near Bankside & Borough Market dlvr.it/PYhyrL
Just published - Deputy Mayor unveils new-look St Mary's Churchyard at the Elephant & Castle dlvr.it/PYhWF5
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Yournameistyler Just saw Tom Daley being harassed by those street charity people in London Bridge. No one is safe
Banksy's South Bank stencil soars past Hay Wain as UK's favourite work of art https://t.co/OHTdo3tjSh
Saw some people playing chess on the pavement at Elephant & Castle the other day ... now they're doing it in Pret aâ€¦ https://t.co/y02uEkwuOY
If you have a puncture on the Blackfriars Road cycle superhighway, the builders at the Hoxton hotel site next toâ€¦ https://t.co/7giHeQ6Rja
The Dorset Coast Express is due to arrive at Waterloo at 9.18 tonight https://t.co/YmnthELb1I
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