The pioneers of outdoor cinema, Pop Up Screens, are back this summer and showing films at numerous local London parks. From romantic classics The Notebook and Pretty Woman to cult favourites Pulp Fiction, Back to the Future and American Beauty, there’s something for every Londoner.
Until the 27th September, the super-size screen will pay visits to some of the capitals best-loved parks, including Morden, Fulham, Blackheath, Hammersmith, Holborn and Greenwich, with screenings kicking off around 8.30pm. Tickets can be purchased in advance here for £10. A weekender pass will set you back £24, and a Season Ticket which allows you to see all 33 films is available for £75.
This year, Pop Up Screens will also be serving up bespoke Pop Up Burgers, a great selection of drinks and, of course, plenty of popcorn.
Pop Up Screens founder David Leydon said: “It really is the best way to watch a movie as you’re in a park with your friends and hundreds of other people that love that movie as much as you do. And that real love for the movie creates a special atmosphere you won’t find at any multiplex.”