Portobello Film Festival
Portobello Film Festival
7th September – 12th September
The Portobello Film Festival has screened brand new, hot, independent movies from the UK and all over the world in various, unusual venues around Portobello Road for the past 19 years.
Admission has always been free and the Festival does it’s best to show as many of the films submitted as possible.
The film festival was created in 1996 as a reaction to the moribund state of the British film industry, to provide a forum for new film makes and also give exposure to movies on different formats. Many of our previously, out-on-a-limb directors, like Guy Ritchie and Sarah Gavron have since been recognised by the big fish in the industry.
The festival has been dubbed -
“The wild side of Brit Film” – The Metro
“The biggest celebration of independent film in Europe” – The Independent
“London’s biggest filmic free-for-all” – Time Out
“London’s best loved film festival” – Creative Week
“Forget the red carpet, Portobello Film Festival is the place to spot bright young things and the edgiest of stars” – London Town.com
The Portobello Film Festival shows tomorrow’s films today, and it is evident that the number of ideas presented here then go on to regularly crop up in the mainstream cinema.
Posted on July 31st, 2014
World Cup 2014 @ The KPH
Not only will we be showing every World Cup game in the downstairs bar, but we also have a private room you can hire for any occasion, and have drinks and food delivered straight to you, without even getting up out of your seat. Simply email bookings[at]thekph.com for any enquiries.
Posted on June 13th, 2014
Along with an extensive and incredibly tasty menu, The KPH has now added an Italian inspired Sunday Brunch to their repertoire,
The KPH’s Sunday Jazz brunch in the eclectic theatre bar combines some of the best Italian food in West London with stellar live music. Great value, a perfect family venue where kids under 10 eat for free.
A special three course Sunday menu will be available all day Sunday, for both herbivores and carnivores,
Lazy, indulgent, inspiring; Jazz Sundays at KPH
Posted on May 28th, 2014
Vacancies at The KPH
We have two vacancies at the KPH; a sous chef and commis chef.
The role of the appointed sous chef will be to work in our busy kitchen serving quality food in our pub and music venue. The ideal candidate would be at home with Mediterranean cuisine, bread making (as we make our own brioche buns for our burgers), cakes, puddings and ethical sourcing.
The role of our commis chef will be to work behind the bar making our thin crust pizzas, preparing hot sandwiches and other bar food.
The candidate should be interested in good cuisine and be able to work calmly under pressure and as part of a team, turning out different dishes with speed and efficiency.
They should also be keen to advance their skills and be well-versed in Food Safety practises.
If you would like to apply for either of these roles please send your cv and cover letter to our email address firstname.lastname@example.org with the job title you are applying for in the subject line.
Posted on January 29th, 2014
Open For Business
The KPH is now officially OPEN! Come on in, pull up a pew and make yourself at home. Once settled in to our comfy surroundings you won’t want to be anywhere else!
Food, drinks, coffee and cocktails are all up for grabs here as well as live music sets and DJ’s; served up in a warm and homely atmosphere,
Come in and say hello!
Posted on January 7th, 2014
Theatre Bar available to hire
Our Theatre Bar is available to hire. Please drop us a line and let us know your plans.