Pop Up Screens’ Summer Outdoor Cinema Lineup

In addition to best film, Martin McDonagh also won the screenwriter award, while the UK critics named Frances McDormand as the actress of the year.

Dare we say it, ok we will, summer is finally here. It has to be because here at BRWC we are seriously excited about getting outside and watching films under the sun and then the stars.  This summer, Pop Up Screens has teamed up with Benadryl to bring Londoners critically acclaimed new releases in even more of the Capital’s most treasured parks. The screenings will run from 20th July to 23rd September.

An absolute essential for the city dweller’s social calendar in the season of romance and warm evenings, Pop Up Screens guarantees a “relaxed atmosphere and friendly vibe”, (TimeOut, 2018) that caters for all ages and tastes. Box office hits new to Pop Up this summer include critically acclaimed superhero flicks Thor: Ragnorok and Wonder Woman, Academy Award winners The Shape of Water, 3 Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and Get Out alongside new family favourite The Greatest Showman. Those of you who couldn’t possibly last the summer without getting your fix of the classics such as Notting Hill, The Notebook, Dirty Dancing and Grease will not be disappointed.



Pop Up Screens will work its magic in a host of new locations including the beautiful Ruskin Park in Denmark Hill, iconic Guildhall in heart of London, picturesque Canbury Gardens in Kingston and the award-winning, Priory Park in Crouch End.  Pop Up Screens founder Dave Leydon said “Pop Up Screens has been popping up around London for 6 years now and every year we try and find some new locations to pop up in and this year isn’t any different as we’re on our way to Kingston, Maida Vale, Denmark Hill and Crouch End for the first time.  Outdoor cinema is still something that’s got a certain romance to it that gets lost in the multiplexes, that magic of being outside with a movie you love is pretty hard to beat.”

Pop Up Screens

Pop Up Screens

Tickets will be priced from £7 for a child and adults starting from £12.50.

You’re welcome to bring your own blankets, beanbags and cushions or you can hire a deckchair for £4. So what are you waiting for?

If you feel like styling up your cinema experience, this year Pop Up Screens are introducing VIP seats, for £20 each that will include a chair in a prime location plus a free drink!

Food will be coming direct from Brighton with the Seaside Pizza Co. providing lovely sourdough wood fired pizzas all night long.

Tickets can be booked from www.popupscreens.co.uk


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Ros is as picky about what she watches as what she eats. She watches movies alone and dines solo too (a new trend perhaps?!). As a self confessed scaredy cat, Ros doesn’t watch horror films, even Goosebumps made her jump in parts!

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