One of London's oldest ballrooms, The Rivoli is decked out with original chandeliers, thick velvet curtains and a barrel-vaulted ceiling. Opening its doors for a series of screenings, film-fans can sit back in the grandest of surroundings to enjoy a selection of box office hits.
Best Pop Up Cinemas in London
The last few years have shown that restaurant residencies and London pop ups go down an absolute storm; but what of pop up cinema in London? Well, quite simply, it's bloody awesome. From big screens under the stars to rooftop film events, immersive screenings to intimate city theatres, London has some seriously good pop up cinema game, and here are the best.
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Making a mighty return this summer, The Luna Cinema is easily one of London's best pop-up cinema events. Taking over some of the city's most impressive locations, this event promises a wide array of movies from singalongs to cult classics all while maintaining social distancing.
Beetlejuice, Candyman and Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey are just some of the films on offer at Lost Boys Pizza this August. The pop-up film screenings will be taking place in the Camden spot's heated garden and will also come complete with a two-course meal and drink for only £20.
Catch your favourite flicks in a unique setting this summer as Merchant Square transforms into a gorgeous open-air cinema. Float around the Paddington space in a boat with up to 7 of your pals, while the Openaire screens plays everything from Titanic to Bridesmaids.
One of the best socially distanced cinema events of the summer, Bar Elba is showing you how to make the most of it with evening dedicated to La La Land, Black Panther, Dirty Dancing and more, all from the gorgeous surroundings of their rooftop bar.