Book Your Tickets

Showtimes

Friday 4 June 2021

Saturday 5 June 2021

Sunday 6 June 2021

Ticket prices

  • Adults: £8
  • Children (under 12): £4
  • Students (with valid ID): £5
  • Concessions (over 65s): £5

Location

Rio Cinema
107 Kingsland High Street
London
E8 2PB

How to get there

By overground

The closest stations are Dalston Kingsland or Dalston Junction. The cinema is about a five minute walk away from both of these stations.

By bus

67, 76, 149, 243, 488 to Rio Cinema.

236 to Crossway or Shacklewell Lane.

30, 38, 56, 242, 277 to Dalston Junction Station.

By cycling

There is public bicycle parking outside the cinema, on the corner of Kingsland High Street and John Campbell Road. However, please note that the Rio Cinema cannot take responsibility for bikes parked there, so please lock your bike securely.

About Rio Cinema

The Rio is an independent genuine 1930's art deco picture palace in Dalston, Hackney. They show a mixture of arthouse and mainstream films, all programmed by the in-house team and shown on their two screens, the spectacular 400 seat main art deco auditorium and the new state-of-the-art 30 seat second screen with its leather armchair seats and it's own cocktail bar and lounge.

The Rio is run as a non-profit charity, and they are very proud to say they are London's longest operating community cinema, having been open for over 40 years.

Looking ahead there are plans to refurbish the main lobby and cafe bar, so watch this space...

About the Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme

Since 2004, the Japan Foundation, London has been organising an annual Japanese film programme in close partnership with distinguished film venues and programme advisors in the UK.

Each year, from recently released contemporary films to classics and anime, the Japanese films which they believe are worth showing but do not necessarily have an opportunity to be screened in this country are curated under a carefully chosen theme to highlight trends in Japanese cinema and showcase the versatility and uniqueness displayed by its filmmakers.