See Animal Films At London Zoo

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See Animal Films At London Zoo

An outdoor cinema is popping up at London Zoo for five nights in September, showing animal-themed films.

Films including The Lion King and Jumanji will be screened on the lawn in the centre of the zoo once the zoo has closed to the public. Audience members will be given headphones to wear so that the animals aren't disturbed.

There's no fixed seating, so take blankets and cushions with you. Food will be available to buy and a drink is included in the ticket price.

Also on the bill are Gorillas In The Mist and Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls. The Friday night film will be put to a public vote, which will open closer to the time.

Tickets also include an after-hours tour around the zoo, with a chance to see the animals that may be asleep during the usual zoo opening hours.

Silent Cinema takes place at London Zoo in Regent's Park every evening 6-10 September. Tickets are £29.99 adult/£22.99 child (The Lion King only, due to age certificates), with reduced prices for members, and need to be booked in advance.

Last Updated 21 September 2016