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Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House
Rooftop Cinema Club
Rooftop Film Club at Bussey Building
Rooftop Film Club at Roof East
 

 

Don't let the lovely summer weather and long days stop you pursuing your favourite hobby of watching films. With a number of parks, roofs and open spaces across London now offering special outdoor movie screenings, you no longer have to watch films couped up inside grim multiplexes in the dark. We take a look at the best outdoor screening and open-air film events in London over the summer.

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Rooftop Film Club at Queen of Hoxton

The Queen Of Hoxton, 1-5 Curtain Road, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 3JX

Tube: Liverpool Street Station

 

Dates: 07th May - 30th September 2017

 

Now a celebrated and integral part of Shoreditch summer nights, the Rooftop Film Club at the Queen of Hoxton rooftop terrace returns for its summer screening series, which sees a range of classic, cult and recent releases shown on a big screen on the roof for 15 a pop. This year the space has been transformed from a Viking stronghold to a floating island. The experience is far cry from the usual cinema multiplex fodder - with guests able to sit back under the glow of The City's skyline as they enjoy their favourite films with a drink in hand. Wireless headphones, a massive screen, comfy chairs, blankets, drinks and bar food makes for a great all-round experience - and the setting really is quite something. The Rooftop Film Club has also returned to the Bussey Building in Southwark, Roof East in Stratford and the Roof Gardens, Kensington.

 
 
 

Rooftop Film Club at Bussey Building

Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane, London, SE15 4ST

Tube: Denmark Hill Station

 

Dates: 04th May - 30th September 2017

 

The huge roof terrace of the Bussey Building in Peckham Rye is one of four venues for the Rooftop Film Club this summer with a series of films that gets under way on 4th May with a screening of the Hitchcock classic Vertigo. The 5,000 square foot terrace boasts magnificent panoramic views of London, while guests can enjoy zingy Mexican street food and a Caribbean BBQ, a fully licensed bar serving cocktails and cold drinks while they enjoy a selection of classic films shown on a big screen with wireless headphones and comfy seats. The 2017 programme includes The Dark Knight, Mary Poppins and The Matrix, alongside more recent releases The Edge of Seventeen, Hell or High Water and this year's The Handmaiden.

 
 
 

Rooftop Film Club at Roof East

Roof East, Level 8 Stratford Multi-storey Car Park, Great Eastern Way, London, E15 1XE

Tube: Stratford Station

 

Dates: 04th May - 01st September 2017

 

On the 8th floor of a multi-storey car park in Stratford the Rooftop Film Club returns for another summer of new releases and cherished classics. The season kicks off on 4th May with Mary Poppins, The Matrix and Shawshank Redemption, alongside recent releases La La Land, Oscar-winning animation Zootropolis and three times Oscar winning film of the year Moonlight. Not only do you get to see a film, there's also great food and cool refreshments on offer to enjoy with your favourite flick. All this in an unique alfresco setting where you can see the movies under the stars. One of four Rooftop Film Club locations in London, you can also find them at the Queen of Hoxton in Shoreditch, the Bussey Building in Peckham Rye, and The Roof Gardens in Kensington.

 
 
 

Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House

Somerset House, Strand, Covent Garden, London, WC2R 1LA

Tube: Temple Station

 

Dates: 10th - 23rd August 2017

 

Possibly the most famous of all the open air film events to take place in London, Summer Screen returns to Somerset House in association with Film4 to bring cinema lovers a truly eclectic mix of movies. Highlights of the 2017 line-up include political surveillance drama All the President's Men, '90s teen movie classic Cruel Intentions, Academy Award Winner Moonlight and family fantasy My Neighbour Totoro. Ahead of each film, DJs will play sets inspired by the upcoming movie, providing the perfect soundtrack to pre-film al fresco picnics. There will also be live introductions from familiar faces from the film world and a series of Behind the Screen talks from illustrious industry talent.

 
 
 

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