*** There’s still time to enjoy outdoor cinema in London with Pop Up Screens – check out the rest of the season, below ***
Corams Fields, Russell Square
Friday 21st September: Donnie Darko
Saturday 22nd September: Dirty Dancing
Sunday 23rd September: Easy A
How much are tickets?
Tickets will be priced from £7 for a child and adults starting from £12.50.
Find out more and buy tickets at Pop Up Screens
This summer’s Pop Up Screens line-up has a fantastic blend of old favourites and new classics at a range of London locations, running from July to September.
Thor: Ragnorok, Romeo + Juliet, Wonder Woman, The Shape of Water, 500 Days Of Summer, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Cool Runnings, Get Out, Grease, The Greatest Showman and Top Gun plus more.
There’s no more exciting entertainment than an outdoor cinema trip in the UK during *high* summer.
Chilled bubbly in an ice bucket you nicked from a fancy bar, or warm white wine in a plastic glass?
Lounging on a deckchair, or shivering under a Waitrose carrier bag?
(*Sadly these two films are not playing, though imagine watching Geostorm in a geostorm.)
I can’t do much about the weather but I can offer this year’s summer pop up cinema events in London.
Pop Up Screens’ 2018 summer season runs from July to September in 10 London locations: Fulham, Russell Square, Kingston, City of London, Crouch end, Denmark Hill, Greenwich, Hammersmith, Hither Green and Maida Vale.
Tickets start at £7 for children, and £12.50 for adults.
Bring your own blankets, beanbags, cushions or hot squidgy guy to lounge on – or you can hire a deckchair for £4.
Or go for all out luxury, with the NEW VIP seats. These are £20 each and will include a chair in a prime location plus a free drink!
Hungry? Enjoy delicious sourdough wood fired pizzas from Brighton-based Seaside Pizza Co.
Full line-up and tickets from www.popupscreens.co.uk, and look out for our competition nearer the time.
Pop Up Screens have been offering great cinematic gems in top outdoor locations for six years now. Very sensibly, this year they’re sponsored by Bernadryl.