Open Air Cinemas In London — Outdoor Film Screenings

Open Air Cinemas In London — Outdoor Film Screenings

The 9 Outdoor Cinemas To Visit NOW Backyard CinemaDates: Now, through to August Screening: Made Of Stone, Human Traffic, and Evil Dead Backyard Cinema, Camden Lock Market, Camden Lock Place, Chalk Farm Road, London, 0207 485

One of London's many independent cinemas. Rio Cinema, Dalston

The 11 best independent cinemas in London

Electric Cinema, Portobello, London || This is a Notting Hill, century old, classic and is one of the forefathers of the current slate of luxury cinemas found around the world. With a bar at the back, cosy leather armchairs and six intimate double sofa beds in the front row, it’s as glamorous as the films it screens

Electric Cinema, Portobello, London || This is a Notting Hill, century old, classic and is one of the forefathers of the current slate of luxury cinemas found around the world. With a bar at the back, cosy leather armchairs and six intimate double sofa beds in the front row, it’s as glamorous as the films it screens

An outdoor cinema for the public. The freedom of seating my be best to help suit my audience hence why I like this post.

London's best outdoor cinemas

An outdoor cinema for the public. The freedom of seating my be best to help suit my audience hence why I like this post.

The outdoor Luna cinema, floating peacefully in a blow up raft whilst watching your favourite film. https://rockettstgeorge.wordpress.com/#luna

The outdoor Luna cinema, floating peacefully in a blow up raft whilst watching your favourite film. https://rockettstgeorge.wordpress.com/#luna

The Lyceum, built in 1771 as 'a place of entertainment', was not originally licensed as a theatre. London, England

London's oldest theatres

The Lyceum, built in 1771 as 'a place of entertainment', was not originally licensed as a theatre. London, England

Open Air Cinemas In London — Outdoor Film Screenings | Cross your fingers and hope for no rain, because we've rounded up the best of the open air cinemas in London this summer. #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/outdoor-films-london

Open Air Cinemas In London — Outdoor Film Screenings

Open Air Cinemas In London — Outdoor Film Screenings | Cross your fingers and hope for no rain, because we've rounded up the best of the open air cinemas in London this summer. #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/outdoor-films-london

Brockwell Lido, London |The idea of tuning into a flick while floating on an inflatable dinghy has likely never crossed your mind. Nevertheless, cinephiles will be doing just that at Brockwell Lido this July and September. Given the pool first opened in 1937, it’s a unique opportunity to put your feet up and drift on the water while watching – of all things – Jaws (July 17) or Captain Phillips (July 24). Sadly, if you’re only just learning of the screeni 22 Spectacular Open-Air Cinemas In…

22 Spectacular Open-Air Cinemas In The UK

Brockwell Lido, London |The idea of tuning into a flick while floating on an inflatable dinghy has likely never crossed your mind. Nevertheless, cinephiles will be doing just that at Brockwell Lido this July and September. Given the pool first opened in 1937, it’s a unique opportunity to put your feet up and drift on the water while watching – of all things – Jaws (July 17) or Captain Phillips (July 24). Sadly, if you’re only just learning of the screeni 22 Spectacular Open-Air Cinemas In…

The 11 best independent cinemas in London

The 11 best independent cinemas in London

Going to the cinema is a nice treat. But how much nicer a treat when the cinema manager makes you his guest. Read about the time I was picked from the line to be a guest of the manager at my local cinema.

“modernism-in-metroland:  Southall Dominion (1935) by F.E. Bromige. One of a number of impressive art deco cinemas in London’s suburbs by this Harrow based architect. Sadly like many of his designs, this building has been demolished. Image from dusashenka on flickr.   ”

“modernism-in-metroland: Southall Dominion (1935) by F.E. Bromige. One of a number of impressive art deco cinemas in London’s suburbs by this Harrow based architect. Sadly like many of his designs, this building has been demolished. Image from dusashenka on flickr. ”

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