Curzon on TV

CLEVEDON'S Curzon Cinema is to once again appear on television, this time as part of a new, regional programme Country Lives. This is not the first time that the historic picture house has appeared on the small screen as it has regularly featured on local

CLEVEDON'S Curzon Cinema is to once again appear on television, this time as part of a new, regional programme Country Lives.This is not the first time that the historic picture house has appeared on the small screen as it has regularly featured on local TV and radio news.It also appeared in the very first episode of BBC series Afterlife in 2005 when the cinema foyer was temporarily converted to a cafe.Curzon director Gareth Negus said: "The Curzon's uniqueness is a big attraction to programme makers who are looking for interesting stories or backdrops."Our long history, fabulous community support, special atmosphere and architectural merit make us something of a draw."The Country Lives series looks at different aspects of life across the region and The Curzon, believed to be the oldest purpose-built, continuously operated cinema in the world, features in the programme to be broadcast on ITV1 on October 18 at 7.30pm.


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