Rooftop Film Club
Queen of Hoxton, Shoreditch
Showing some perfect summer evening films this August including Top Gun and Clueless, the rooftop film club in Shoreditch is an evening well spent and a great experience. Book early as it’s a popular one.
Everyman: The Power of Summer
Battersea Power Station
Battersea Power Station and Everyman have teamed up with Heineken to bring this pop up cinema experience. Running through August, this has something for everyone with films on offer that include Withnail and I, Toy Story and Ghostbusters.
The Luna Cinema is all over the UK and showing some great films in fantastic locations this summer. One of our favourites is Kenilworth Castle where this August you can enjoy Romeo and Juliet in a very romantic setting. Book early as it will sell fast.
BP Big Screens
Opera-lovers can rejoice as this September you can enjoy The Royal Opera’s Rigoletto on the big screen in the Piazza in Plymouth. Live and free, don’t miss it. You can find BP Big Screens showcasing the opera live around the UK including in Trafalgar Square, London; Centenary Square, Bradford; and Centre Square, Middlesbrough.
Open Air Cinema
Malmaison Castle Quarter
Recline in a deckchair or beanbag, sip a cocktail and spend your evening cheering on Maximus Decimus Meridius in Gladiator or getting lost in the comic fantasy of The Princess Bride. The rooftop at Malmaison Castle Quarter is a great location, but Cult screens also has pop ups in Reading, Bristol and Swindon.
The Lawns, Spinningfields
With tickets priced at just £3, Screenfields in Manchester makes a great al fresco cinematic experience. This August the schedule includes the ever-popular Dirty Dancing, Coming to America and Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
Hot Tub Cinema
Former Shoreditch Underground
One of the more quirky summer events, Hot Tub Cinema invites you to watch some of your favourite comedies while relaxing in a hot tub with 7 of your nearest and dearest. This August they’ll be showing some great feel-good favourites including Pretty Woman, Austin Powers and The Lion King.
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