Monday night was made to be movie night. And so at The Grove you can head down to this charming Victorian boozer to enjoy their spread of films every week. Kick back and start your week off with one of their blockbusting specials complete with some lovely British nosh and craft beer or wine to dabble in too.
Film and Movie Bar Nights
There's a growing trend in London for pubs and bars to dabble in the world of film by transforming their venues into cinemas. Many pubs and bars in London are now doing weekly or monthly movie nights to offer an alternative way of enjoying a cocktail or two. You may find cult classic films being shown in bars or independent film makers showcasing their short films. We have put together some of the best pubs and bars for film and movie nights in London.
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The South Place Hotel is opening its elegant doors this winter for a series of screenings of your favourite festive films. Whether you're more of a Jude Law or a Jack Black, settle in to their newly-transformed winter wonderland and watch The Holiday or ELF with a cocktail in hand (roll neck jumpers encouraged, obviously).
It's no secret that London is heaving with pop-up cinemas, but this quirky north London spot is doing things a little differently. Get your hands on bottomless prosecco as you catch a one-off screening of Lost Boys or party with the Heathers and a killer '80s soundtrack.
The Exhibit is a bar, cinema and diner in Balham, London. Showing the latest blockbusters, as well as some golden oldies we all know and love, this kitsch bar is a favourite amongst Londoners for a more bespoke cinema experience.
Not only is the Prince of Peckham screening Finding Fela this October, but the south London favourite is also hosting a Q&A with acclaimed artist Dele Sosimi before a live performance with his afrobeat quartet.
Head over to One Aldwych this autumn where they're warming up for a cosy winter with the return of their Film & Fizz nights. Alongside bringing the finest new flicks to their private viewing room, they'll also be laying on a delicious three course dinner or two-course brunch, and a chilled glass of Lallier.
This quirky cinema is stooped in history. Head over to Courthouse Hotel in Shoreditch and watch cult classics in the old magistrates court before heading down to the Jailhouse Bar where you'll explore the old holding cells, with a free themed cocktail.
FEST is turning its terrace into the ultimate open air cinema this spring. Wheeling out the projector and laying on the bevs, you'll be able to catch everything from Dirty Dancing to Bridget Jones at this Camden party spot.
Not only fronting two quirky dining rooms, a large beer garden and a brilliant food and drink offering; Gorringe Park in Tooting also has its very own hidden boutique cinema room, screening kids films in the day, and adult movies every night. The cinema is kitted out with retro seating, comfy beanbags, and screens a varied selection of movies, week-in week-out.
Home to some of the biggest and best cinema nights in London, The Grand brings all your favourite films to life with its giant screens, themed cocktails, quirky games and mass singalongs.
Ladies, gentlemen and those beyond the binary, this October The Three Compasses will be screening Ru Paul's Drag Race UK complete with fabulous cocktails, lip-sync battles and the spilling of all the T. £5 tickets guarantee you a prime spot in the Illusions Lounge as well as a cocktail. Let the music play.