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 cinema events, immersive screenings to intimate city cinemas, London has some seriously good pop up cinema game, and here are the best.
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Last updated on 7th April 2017
Taking place within the Grand's grandiose theatre-style space, this pop-up cinema experience comes in at an exceptionally cheap ticket price. They'll be screening a range of cult classics and film favourites, and guests booking in a group will be able to nab tickets for even cheaper. Click through to see their upcoming screenings.
It's movie magic time, folks as Nightspot Cinema puts their spell on to the works of Michael Jackson. Taking place this June in East London, the evening will include a screening of Thriller before moving on to a DJ set of all of the King of Pop's greatest hits.
Coming to East London, Nightspot Cinema puts a whole heap of fun into your movie-going nights. The event combines music and movies in a unique themed event; join them this June for an evening of huge '80s hits along with a screening of Beverley Hills Cop.
Popping up in the beautiful Masonic temple in Andaz London, Temple Cinema is putting on its fourth season of iconic movies in a beautiful location. This spring they will be hosting the horror classics Blue Velvet, Psycho, Poltergeist and The Babadook; go for the setting or treat yourself and enjoy a two-course dinner.
The Exhibit proudly showcases London’s smallest independent cinema; a boutique space filled with leather sofas for up to 28 guests. You can head along for dinner and a movie every week for just £19.95, as the venue brings you the cream of the crop when it comes to the latest releases and cult classic favourites.
Undoubtedly one of the most opulent ways to watch a movie in the city, join the Rivoli this month as their pop-up cinema screenings in London promise a stunning and unique backdrop alongside some of the very best in cult movies and film favourites.
Okay okay, you got us. As its name suggests, Essex Outdoor Cinema isn't actually in London. But boy is it worth travelling for. Popping up over numerous locations (all just a short train ride from London), you can expect beautiful al fresco spots, coupled with the classic flicks and the best in new blockbuster hits at this summer pop-up cinema series.
See Sister Act like never before as Amacoast Cinema brings the classic film to life. Head to Central Hall Westminster to hear choir singers and performers brings the brilliant film to life.
London's cinema pop-up scene isn't just about open-air screenings in quirky locations, either. If you're after something a little more quaint we'd suggest Kinema & Kocktails, where you'll be able to tuck into dashing cocktails in a vintage speakeasy-inspired setting while taking in some of the most unique and artsy screenings in the city.