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guys at Assemble, who brought us Cineroleum and Folly For a Flyover, have come up with a brand new pop-up cinema venture Sugarhouse Studios housed within a building that is scheduled to be demolished next year.

Sugarhouse Studios was previously a sign-writer’s workshop just off Stratford High Street – a stone’s throw from the Olympic Park – before they got their hands on it and transformed it into a 200 seat picture house.

As well as showing films, they’ll also be mixing cocktails and serving food too, with pizzas from £4 and cocktails from £3.50 – much better value than the popcorn in our local multiplex! Upcoming films include retro classics like Sparrows Can’t Sing and Pool of London but much more than movies too, with the South East Asian Feast evening, funk and soul performances, supper clubs, talks and performances.

It’s open from now until the end of July. For full listings, visit the website

107 High Street, Stratford, E15