For years, the Palmers Green Action Team have been quietly working to bring a much-wanted cinema to Palmers Green. There have been conversations with various operators, developers, and landlords; we have come very close, but we’ve never got it over the line. We have kept it under the radar for fear of disappointing our community but now, waiting in the wings is a highly experienced operator, Sam Neophytou, owner of Arthouse Cinema in Crouch End. He sees the huge potential in Palmers Green

But after four years of trying to lease a unit on PG high street and despite a ready, attractive commercial deal on the table, he cannot secure a space for the business.

So, what can we do? We need you, local people, to tell us what having a space like this would mean for our community, for all residents old and young. Please sign the petition, leave a comment, tell your neighbours, colleagues and friends about our campaign. And if you know the owners of those commercial properties, talk to them, we need a willing landlord who can become a champion for Palmers Green Cinema!

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May be entirely unsuitable/too expensive but do you know that Wetherspoons is disposing of the lease of the Alfred Herring? The selling agent is Savills. ( Search under Leisure Properties London (no price shown))

Hi Alison, that space has been looked at but unfortunately it's not suitable for a cinema. There are two big vacant properties on the high street that would work so lets hope the landlord of one of them sees sense  


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