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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Last updated on 4th May 2017
With free popcorn, quirky entertainment, summer cocktails, hotdogs and a grandiose theatre-style setting, you'd expect this London cinema night would be quite a bit pricier than it is. But you'd be wrong; because if you head over to The Grand for their cinema season, you'll only be paying a very reasonable entry fee.
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, with a 2 course dinner and a cinema ticket for just £15.95, every Tuesday or Wednesday.
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.
Tuck into an intimate space this cinema night in London as Kinema & Kocktails present a cosy and vintage alternative to screenings in the city. From cult classics to artsy favourites, Kinema & Kocktails not only provide a plethora of screenings, there's popcorn and stunning cocktails to boot.
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.