On Sunday May 10, the Ritzy Cinema will host a special screening of Dark Horse in aid of Brixton charity Ebony Horse Club. Ebony provides horse riding opportunities to children [...]
To celebrate the opening of the Black Cultural Archives, the Ritzy cinema is hosting a special season of films and talks exploring Black British cultu ...
Staff at the Ritzy cinema in Brixton are preparing to strike for the sixth turn, accusing employers Picturehouse of performing a “volte-face” on pay talks. Union members at the cinema [...]
An iconic Brixton cinema is to be turned into a high-end ‘Little’ Waitrose supermarket, The Brixton Blog can reveal today (April 1). The Ritzy Cinema, in Windrush Square, will be [...]
By Nisha Damji and Tim Dickens The Ritzy has banned the April edition of the Brixton Bugle as part of an ongoing dispute with the cinema’s staff over [...]
The big release this week is Wes Anderson’s highly anticipated The Grand Budapest Hotel. The year is 1932 and the destination is Zubrowka, a fictional Eastern European republic on the [...]
Artist James Bridle has drawn a ‘drone shadow’, a life size outline of an MQ-9 Reaper drone, outside Ritzy Cinema. This has been done to promote the premiere of documentary [...]
This week dystopian teens of an apocalyptic future get a bit rowdy and refuse to do their homework in the extremely popular The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, starring Jennifer Lawrence [...]