Croydon's Rooftop Cinema Is Back

Will Noble
By Will Noble Last edited 25 months ago
Croydon's Rooftop Cinema Is Back

This spring and summer you can watch classic films on top of a car park in Croydon.

Lost Format Society is back — this time on top of Fairfield Halls NCP Car Park, screening the likes of The Wolf of Wall Street, Labyrinth, Pulp Fiction and The Breakfast Club.

As well as getting to enjoy sunset over Croydon while John Travolta accidentally shoots Marvin in the face, there'll be food courtesy of burger aficionados The Juicy Kitchen, and a bar selling beer and cocktails.

Here's extra incentive to go: the screenings are only happening until the proposed demolition of the car park goes ahead. So "I'll give it a go next year" just won't wash.

Good use of the car park space is being made till then; aside from Lost Format Society, the rooftop is hosting the likes of yoga, giant Jenga and Connect Four, bowls, and live music.

Croydon, you just keep getting better and better.

Lost Format Society runs from 28 April-27 May. Tickets £10 each +booking.

Last Updated 08 April 2016