Screens are popping up at unusual venues across London, including Fulham Palace, Brompton Cemetery and Hyde Park Lido.
The season kicks off with family-friendly The Jungle Book at Belgrave Square on 21 June. Fulham Palace is the place to head for cheesy classics, with Footloose, Dirty Dancing and Singing In The Rain popping up on various dates throughout the summer, and if you’re more of an indoor bod, keep an eye on events at the Hoxton Hotel. For an altogether darker experience, see The Dark Knight at Brompton Cemetery on 10 September. Take a picnic along, or try out the catering on offer at each of the venues.
New for this year, audience members are given the option to upgrade to Magic Carpet tickets, which include priority entry, a goody bag of snacks, and hire of blankets and various waterproof paraphernalia.
Best of all, Nomad Cinema gives 100% of its profits to The Sustainability Institute in South Africa. So even if you’re at an outdoor screening on a chilly night, you’ll get a warm feeling inside knowing that your ticket price is going to a good cause.
Like this? How about these other unusual film locations?
- Sci-Fi films at the British Museum (August)
- Secret Cinema recreates Back To The Future town in London (July-August)
- The Power of Summer at Battersea (July-August)
- Outdoor cinema at London’s Parks (July- September)
- Free screenings at Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens (June-July)
- Hot Tub Cinema (June)
- Floating Cinema (June-September)
- Rooftop Cinema in Peckham, Stratford and Hoxton (until September)
- Luna Cinema (July-September)
- Somerset House (August)
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