Over in Limehouse, at St Anne's Church, you can enjoy an evening of short adventure films, as well as campfires and marshmallow-toasting. If you fancy something to drink, there'll be bar service plus tasty hot food from their on-site traders.
Pub Cinemas and Movie Bar Nights in London
There's a growing trend in London for pubs and bars to dabble in the world of film by transforming their venues into cinemas. Some of the city's best venues are now doing weekly or monthly movie nights to offer an alternative way of enjoying a cocktail or two. Blending basement vibes and swish seating with cult classics from independent filmmakers to Hollywood favourites, here's the best pubs and bars for film and movie nights in London.
Check out the best of the rest with cinema events and movie nights in London here.
If you're on the hunt for pop-up movie screenings at London's best pubs, look no further than The Hackney Social. They'll be hosting a number of unmissable film nights this summer, with cult classics taking centre stage.
Home to life drawing workshops, arts and craft classes, bottomless brunches and movie nights, The Exhibit is quite the all-rounder. Make your way to the South London on Thursdays spot to watch cult classics and blockbusters at the Hayman's London Dry Gin Ginema.
Alongside mouthwatering steak plates, gorgeous wines and jaw-dropping interiors, this West End staple is hosting the Gaucho Film Club. Expect popcorn on arrival, Champagne and a menu inspired by each movie before enjoying a private VIP screening.
North London's quirky pizza spot isn't just one for a charcoal slice, it's also screening movies through the week. Check out Lost Boys Pizza for open-air cinema screenings of The Matrix, Candyman and much more.
Monday night was made to be movie night, so get to The Grove for a cracking spread of films every week. Kick back and start your week off with a blockbusting special complete with some lovely British nosh and craft beer or wine at this charming Victorian pub cinema.
Chelsea Funhouse and Lollipop are bringing something a little different to London's movie night game. The King's Road spot will be screening a number of classic French films, as well as providing you with three sharing courses and a Champagne cocktail.
A slinky little basement bar in Kensington, Ricco Lounge is bringing you a weekly fix of films at its Wednesday Movie Nights. Perfect for a chilled date or a relaxed evening with mates, this stylish spot is showing a whole range of titles for just £15.
A seriously cool bar specialising in seasonal cocktails and all things art, JuJu's Bar & Stage regularly hosts various film screenings alongside theatrical performances and dance sets. Head over for a chilled afternoon of drinking and keep an eye out for its upcoming events.
You might know TT Liquor as the Kingsland Road bar that's home to drinks tastings and a subterranean bar, but did you know that it's also hiding a private cinema? From birthday parties to corporate events, this Shoreditch favourite is a top choice for a boujee film night.
With an intimate 30-seater cinema room and a pre-film three-course meal, Curzon is upgrading your movie nights in London. Head to this Aldwych hotel with mates or a date and enjoy a range of film classics throughout July and August.
Not only fronting two quirky dining rooms, a large beer garden and a brilliant food offering; The Gorringe Park also has its very own hidden boutique cinema room that screens kids films in the day and adult movies every night. Think retro seating, comfy beanbags, and screens a varied selection of flicks.