Tonight (29 August) sees the curtain rise on The Nomad Cinema’s series of romantic comedies, with a showing every Thursday for the next month – one from each decade since the 70s – kicking off with some Woody Allen awkwardness in Oscar-winning Annie Hall at the appropriately romantic Fulham Palace.
Subsequent screenings of When Harry Met Sally (5 September), Four Weddings and a Funeral (12 September) and Amélie (19 September) compliment a season full of cult classics, 80s favourites and world cinema.
No self-respecting pop-up should be without the bespoke cocktails, on this occasion brought to you by the juniper-loving folks at The Gin Garden – so settle down with some Butler’s Gin based drinks and enjoy the sunset.
All romantic comedies in the series take place in the grounds of Fulham Palace. Doors open at 6.30pm, screenings begin at 7.45pm. Early arrival is advised (especially if you want booze). Tickets £12.50-£8.50.