Pop-Up Cinema In a Church

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Pop-Up Cinema In a Church

Fancy watching old horror and silent movies in a church, with the screen pitched at the altar?

Film FugitiveCinema that's always on the run is popping up in unusual locations around London, with a programme of classic films. Like all good fugitives it needs good hiding places. Step forward some of London's most beautiful churches, including St George The Martyr in Borough and St John's in Notting Hill.

If you enjoy daft horror, the screening of Hammer's Dracula on 10 March won't disappoint, or you can find a bouncier experience with child-acted gangster musical Bugsy Malone on 24 or 31 March.

Capitalising on recent hit The Artist, Film Fugitive will also screen a couple of silent-era classics, The Cabinet of Dr Caligari on 17 March and Steamboat Bill Jnr on 24 March.

Not to leave you hungry, handmade cupcakes, brownies and popcorn will be served, and mulled cider, naughty alcoholic hot chocolate and other tasty drinks will be available at the pop-up bar.

Tickets are available, £14 for adults, £7.50 for concessions.

Image from Film Fugitive.

Last Updated 07 March 2012