Beyoncé Renaissance concert film in London: Full list of cinemas showing movie including Odeon and Vue

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Here's where Beyoncé fans will be able to watch her Renaissance concert film in London.

The Beehive will be able to relive the icon's Renaissance concerts in London cinemas next month. Following her five-show stint in the city over the summer at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Beyoncé will once again take over the capital, this time through cinema screens.

 It was announced a concert film of the singer's Renaissance tour shows would hit the silver screen last month, with the news of its worldwide release having been confirmed this Thursday (November 9). 

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The film will follow the Renaissance shows from start to finish, and with the singer having performed a total of five nights in the capital back in June, those who attended her London shows may possibly see moments from the shows featured in the movie.

We break down where London Beyoncé fans can head to see her Renaissance concert film upon its release on December 1. 

What cinemas will be screening the Beyoncé Renaissance concert film in London?

Beyoncé fans will be able to watch the Renaissance concert film at the following cinema chains' locations across the city: Vue, Odeon, Cineworld, Curzon, Picturehouse, and Everyman.

How to get tickets for the Beyoncé Renaissance concert film in London

Fans looking to watch the movie in the capital will be able to book a seat at their preferred location on the Vue, Odeon, Cineworld, Curzon, Picturehouse, and Everyman websites.

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