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A darkroom is a room for processing light-sensitive photographic materials.
Darkroom, Dark Room, The Darkroom or The Dark Room may also refer to:
- The Dark Room (play), a one-act play by Tennessee Williams
- The Dark Room (Narayan novel), a 1938 novel by R. K. Narayan
- The Dark Room (Walters novel), a 1995 novel by Minette Walters
- The Dark Room (Seiffert novel), a 2001 novel by Rachel Seiffert
- The Dark Room, a 1969 novel by Junnosuke Yoshiyuki
- Dark Room, a 1995 novel by Alison Tyler
- "The Dark Room" (poem), a poem by Enrique Lihn
- Darkroom (electronic music project), a British electronic music project
- Darkroom (band), a Canadian 80's Progressive New Wave band, fronted by Jim Gray
- Dark Room (album), a 1980 album by The Angels
- Darkroom (TV series), a 1980s American thriller series
- "Darkroom" (CSI: Miami), an episode of CSI: Miami
- "The Dark Room", an episode of Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond
- The Dark Room (1982 film), an Australian film featuring Baz Luhrmann
- The Darkroom, a 2006 horror film directed by Michael Hurst
- Darkroom (1988 film), directed by Terrance O'Hara and produced by Nico Mastorakis
- The Dark Room (1999 film), a TV film starring James Wilby based on the novel by Minette Walters
- The Dark Room (2007 film), a TV film featuring Sandrine Holt
- A Dark Room, a 2014 role-playing text-based game released on iOS.
- The Dark Room - a Christian 'chat show' style program hosted by Sam Neves that discusses moral issues raised by topical books/films. Launched via YouTube in 2009. Scheduled to be re-launched on the Revelation TV Channel on SKY in March 2011
- Dark room (sexuality), a darkened room, sometimes located in a nightclub, gay bathhouse or sex club, where sexual activity can take place
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