Located at Curzon Bloomsbury in central London, the Bertha DocHouse screen hosts a vibrant daily programme of documentary screenings and live events.
The UK’s first dedicated documentary cinema, the Bertha DocHouse screen offers a varied programme of international, cross-genre documentaries, as well as filmmaker Q&As, masterclasses and discussions, 7 days a week.
We aim to celebrate the depth and breadth of the documentary form, showcasing films that you won’t see anywhere else, festival favourites, themed seasons and retrospective screenings as well as the very best new releases.
Opened in March 2015, the Bertha DocHouse screen is independently owned and curated. It is housed in Curzon Bloomsbury, with ticket booking through the Curzon box office.
We’re open every day, year-round, with screenings from the afternoon into the evening. The building itself opens 30 minutes before the first film of the day.
The Bertha DocHouse screen is on level -2 of the Curzon Bloomsbury. It is accessible by lift, and has one wheelchair space. There is a wheelchair-accessible restroom.
Booking info and FAQs
For ticket booking Terms and Conditions, please see Curzon FAQs here.
For more information on the history of DocHouse, the Bertha Foundation and the whole organisation, see our About Us page.