Temple Cinema - Season Two


  • Film Screenings, Pop-Up and Themed Nights
  • Tickets from £15
  • Liverpool Street
  • Background Music
  • Over 18
  • This event has taken place.
  • 19:30 - 22:00

The East End Film Festival and the Andaz London Liverpool Street Hotel are delighted to announce the return of Temple Cinema! Following a sold out series of screenings in the Andaz London's eerie, hidden Masonic Temple earlier this year (featuring The Shining, Rosemary's Baby and more), EEFF will be bringing another line up of classic chillers to London's most atmospheric film venue over the Autumn, including a screening of A Nightmare on Elm Street in tribute to the late Wes Craven, as well as The Omen, Halloween and The Exorcist. 

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) - Tuesday 29th September

Cinema's most iconic take on the power of nightmares, A Nightmare on Elm Street is the career defining masterpiece from the late, great Wes Craven. When the malevolent Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund) begins stalking Midwestern teenagers in their dreams, Nancy begins to search for the truth in a bid to save her friends. But the answers to this terrifying mystery lie much closer to home then she thought. A classic teen slasher that has spawned sequels, remakes, and countless imitators, without any of them coming close to this scary, stylish masterpiece. 

Halloween (1977) - Tuesday 27th October

The perfect accompaniment to All Hallow's Eve, John Carpenter's suspenseful tale of terror sees Michael Myers return to Haddonfield, Illinois 15 years after murdering his sister. Terrorising the neighbourhood, he begins to pursue Laurie(Jamie Lee Curtis) through the town's suburban streets. The result is one ofthe most terrifying bogeyman films ever made, with an iconic score helping to create one of the most famous monsters in horror history.

The Omen (1976) - Tuesday 3rd November

Theantichrist returns to earth in the form of Damien in Richard Donner's chilling horror classic. As American ambassador Robert Thorn (a career best Gregory Peck) sees death pile up around him, he begins to look to his own infant son as the potential culprit. But can evil really exist within an innocent child?Featuring some of the most brilliantly staged scenes in horror history, The Omen offers cinematic terror at its best.

The Exorcist (1973) - Tuesday 24th November

William Friedkin's portrait of a young girl's demonic possession was considered so frightening that it remained banned for decades, despite it winning two Oscars. Dubbed 'The Scariest Film Ever Made', it sees a mother (Ellen Burstyn) call on two priests after her daughter is seized by a terrible spirit. What follows is a battle between good and evil, complete with spinning heads and devilish visions. An unmissable film perfectly suited to a Masonic Temple setting, The Exorcist is the perfect closing film for EEFF and Andaz London's s new Temple Cinema season.  




Ticket Event time Cost
Temple Cinema Ticket
Ticket includes entry into Temple Cinema and a welcome drink.
19:30 - 22:00 £15.00
Dinner & Movie
Two Course Dinner in Eastway with Ticket and a welcome drink.
19:30 - 22:00 £30.00



Andaz London Liverpool Street, 40 Liverpool Street, EC2M 7QN


Liverpool Street

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Liam Rezende
Marketing Communications Executive


Masonic Temple @ Andaz London

Masonic Temple @ Andaz London

Hidden behind a secret wooden door on the 3rd Floor is the Masonic Temple, one of the original masonic rooms within five-star hotel Andaz London Liverpool Street. This imposing Grade I listed room dates back to the original construction of the hotel when it was used exclusively by Freemasons of the City…

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