Awesome Films Announced for Pop Up Screens in London

Written by Martin Unsworth Friday, 29 July 2016

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Film fans in London are set for a wonderful treat under the stars as Pop Up Screens has begun the summer in fine style with a host of great cult movies being screened in great locations.

STARBURST readers have plenty to savour as some genuine classics are to be screened over the next few weeks. Films such as Back to the Future (July 31st at Greenwich Peninsula, August 21st at Ravenscourt Park), Pulp Fiction (August 5th at Guildhall), Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (August 10th at Guildhall, August 17th, Ravenscourt Park and September 24th, East Greenwich Pleasaunce), Deadpool (August 11th at Guildhall), The Goonies (August 14th at Coram’s Fields), Jurassic Park (August 19th, Ravenscourt Park), Jurassic World (September 18th, Ravenscourt Park), The Breakfast Club (August 26th, Manor House Gardens), Star Wars - The Force Awakens (September 3rd, Bishop’s Park) plus Labyrinth (September, 23rd, East Greenwich Pleasaunce).

The venues are almost as iconic as the films, and (British weather permitting) will be a wonderful way to enjoy some al fresco entertainment.

Tickets are available now from www.popupscreens.co.uk costing £12 for adults and £6 for children. Weekend tickets are also available for £25, and you can even hire a director’s chair for £2!

 

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