Screenings including THE GREATEST SHOWMAN: Make the Most of the Warm Evenings with Pop Up Screens before Autumn Descends
For those who haven't already visited the capital's outdoor cinema, this is your last chance before screenings end on 23rd September!
Pop Up Screens is proud to be hosting an epic lineup of outdoor cinema screenings to Londoners all the way through to 23rd September. Screening locations this month include Kingston, Crouch End, Parsons Green and Russell Square.
The outdoor cinema company is a firm believer that film lovers should enjoy London in bloom for as long as possible before the winter nights close in. It is for this reason that they have saved the very best of their screenings and city locations until last. This Thursday's (6th September) screening of 10 Things I Hate About You will mark the end of the Pop Up screenings in Kingston's Canbury Gardens. The delectable catering services and brimming bar will move on to Priory Park in Crouch End the day after (7th September).
Due to popular demand, Pop Up Screens will be occupying South Park in Parsons Green for the first time ever from 14th-16th September, where there will be an encore of the crowd favourite The Greatest Showman on 14th September alongside The Shape of Water and timeless Hollywood classic Pretty Woman. They will be returning to Russell Square in Coram's Fields to end their summer season. Here, cinema goers can enjoy heart-wrenching, hilarious and touching cinematic moments under the stars at screenings of Donnie Darko, Dirty Dancing and Easy A.
Canbury Gardens, Kingston
Thursday 6th September
10 Things I Hate About You
Priory Park, Crouch End
Friday 7th September
3 Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Saturday 8th September
The Greatest Showman
Sunday 9th September
Back to the Future
South Park, Parsons Green
Friday 14th September
The Greatest Showman
Saturday 15th September
The Shape of Water
Sunday 16th September
Corams Fields, Russell Square
Friday 21st September
Saturday 22nd September
Sunday 23rd September
How much are tickets?
Tickets will be priced from £7 for a child and adults starting from £12.50.
What food and drink will be on offer?
The Manor Butcher will be providing top quality meats for the barbecue at the Kingston, Crouch End and Parsons Green screenings. This independent butchers ran by Chris, who has previously worked at Daylesford Organic Farm Shop and the Royal Windsor Farm Shop will be offering his organic handmade burgers and sausages all evening.
Coram's Fields will see a bit of a change up food wise, with the Caribbean Family Cookouttaking over the barbecue and adding a little spice to proceedings. Check out their mouthwatering BBQ options here.
There will also be a well stocked bar.Do you need to bring chairs?
You’re welcome to bring your own blankets, beanbags and cushions or you can hire a deckchair for £4.
If you feel like styling up your cinema experience, this year Pop Up Screens are introducing VIP seats, for £20 each that will include a chair in a prime location plus a free drink!
Tickets can be booked here.
About Pop Up Screens
Pop Up Screens provides a pop-up cinema experience to moviegoers. We try to bring brilliant movies to cool locations. Over the summer we’re outdoors and then in the winter we try our hand at some more immersive cinema experiences.
Pop Up Screens have been running for six years now and very nearly know what they’re doing, but we’re always open to ideas. If you have one, then please give us a shout.
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