Join The Nomad and master of the blockbuster Steven Spielberg at Hyde Park Lido as we attempt to track down one of man's greatest foes, the deadly shark. Spielberg's classic film may have aged a little since bursting onto the screens in 1975, but it's lost little of its tension and thrills since then. The perfect summer film, Jaws will put you on the edge of your seat (or cushion) while you overlook a beautiful watery view - just without any of the real danger!
If you want history, it comes in abundance within the grounds of Hyde Park. Henry VIII first took ownership of the ‘manor of Hyde’ in 1536, and in 1730 George II’s wife, Queen Caroline, decided an ornamental lake was needed, and so the Serpentine was built. It wasn’t until 1637 that James I allowed access to ‘gentlefolk’ by opening the grounds as a Park to the general public. Around 1830 the Serpentine Swimming Club was set up, the oldest swimming club in the UK, and it’s along the banks of the Serpentine we invite you to enjoy some cinema under the stars, alongside some fellow ‘gentlefolk’...
The screening site is at The Lido Garden, next to Lido Cafe Bar, not far from the Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain.
Please note that for public safety and environmental reasons, glass is not permitted anywhere in the Royal Parks. If bringing a picnic, please bring plastic cups and plastic bottles instead. Many thanks.
Just like The Lexi Cinema, The Nomad financially supports the fantastic work of trailblazing charity, The Sustainability Institute. Find out more...
The Nomad – the intrepid, adventurous roaming pop-up cinema experience. On a meandering tour of London and beyond, The Nomad brings magical and memorable film events to an inspiring range of beautiful, unique and diverse screening locations, both indoors and outdoors, throughout the year.
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