Rooftop Film Club is a quirky series of movie screenings above Peckham's Bussey Building, with stunning views of the surrounding city. Stop over to watch a movie in a comfy deck chair, with drinks aplenty and cosy blankets to keep you toasty.
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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From The Talented Mr Ripley to Bonjour Tristesse and even a live screening of the Wimbledon final, this City spot is in prime position for movie screenings in London. Expect floral filled pop-up, cosy bar areas and a menu to make your tastebuds tingle.
This summer, Fulham Beach makes a triumphant return to give Londoners a little slice of paradise. It's not just boozy brunches, beachfront yoga and cocktail masterclasses though, as they're promising classic movies and quirky nights out with their pop-up cinema experience.
From old school classics like Grease to modern hits like The Greatest Showman, The Bottomless Singing Cinema has got you covered when it comes to musicals. Soak up free-flowing drinks and prepare to sing your heart out.
Bringing some of the biggest films of recent years back to the big screen, this unique series of outdoor cinema events will be taking over gorgeous locations across London, from Tooting Bec to Hampton Court.
The Exhibit proudly showcases London's smallest independent cinema; a boutique space filled with leather sofas for up to 28 guests. The venue brings you the cream of the crop when it comes to the latest releases and cult classic favourites.
Looking for a chilled out pop-up cinema in London? Head south of the river where Film & Chill is screening everything from modern flicks to old school classics like Back To The Future. Round up your mates or make it a date.
If you fancy watching a classic movie in a unique setting, check out this pop-up at an urban farm in Lamberth. You'll get to sit by a bonfire and roast marshmallows before catching one of Hollywood's most iconic adventure movies.
Join the team at the Rivoli Ballroom (a historical and grand spot) for one of these great pop up cinema events. With plenty of great movies to catch, just find your favourite and get ready to settle in with some popcorn and a beer.
Still haven't had a taste of this Archway spot's delicious offering? Head north this winter, as not only will they be serving up their moreish black charcoal pizza, but you can even get your hands on bottomless prosecco as they screen classic '80s films.
One of the best pop up cinema events in London, the Gourmet Cinema Club is a place where even your ticket is part of the feast. Enjoy some of the finest films from past and present while you snack on fancy cinema treats and slurp down some bubbles.
Head to the Brunel Museum where this unique evening takes you on a trip back to the 20's through the silent movies that captured it. Experience 1926 film Underground with a live score performed by Tom Marlow of The Lucky Dog Picturehouse.
Bringing you all your favourite flicks to the big screen, FEST Camden's terrace is turning into North London's favourite open air cinema this season with everything from Brigget Jones to When Harry Met Sally getting the screening treatment.
Join Camm & Hooper as they bring the iconic Mary Poppins to life this July. Taking over this fabulous City spot, you can expect a screening of the modern hit in one of the locations that it was actually filmed at. There's even bean bag seating and a supper menu.
If you want your screening taken to the next then head down to The Grand where their epic movie nights bring you fancy dress, themed cocktails, quirky games and huge singalong experiences.
This summer, catch a classic movie in a unique setting as Pop-Up screens return for another season. From Grease to The Greatest Showman, Baby Driver to Ghost Busters, there's plenty to watch in parks across the city.