Subterranean Screenings: Watch Films Underground In Clapham's Deep Level Shelter

Subterranean Screenings: Watch Films Underground In Clapham's Deep Level Shelter

180 steps beneath Clapham South lies one of London's eight deep-level shelters.

Dug to shelter civilians during second world war bombing raids, the shelters have recently been reopened for public tours. And now, you can descend into the depths of South Clapham's, and watch a film down there.

A guide in one of the shelter tunnels

On dates in January, February and March 2018, cosy up underneath a blanket, and watch a bespoke second world war film reel curated by London Transport Museum. The reel includes footage of those who sheltered down here during the raids and throughout the end of the war, Ministry of Information propaganda films, cartoons and newsreel clips from the time.

Talk about immersive cinema.

Screenings last around 60 minutes, and tickets are £46.50/£41.50 (+ £1.50 booking fee per transaction). They're on sale here from 10am, Tuesday 21 November.

Last Updated 15 November 2017