Posted: January 23, 2020
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Best Pop up Cinemas in London
Pop-up cinemas across the capital have become a major attraction in recent years. If you’ve already experienced one, you won’t need us to tell you why they’re so great. And if you haven’t, now is the time to immerse yourself in the magic.
London is blessed with a number of brilliantly unique pop-up cinemas that provide wonderful settings to enjoy the latest blockbusters and timeless classics with loved ones. Here are our favourites in the city right now.
Rivoli Pop-Up Cinema
Set inside the beautifully elegant Rivoli Ballroom, the pop-up cinema is set to show classics from Die Hard to Home Alone over the festive period before moving onto Valentine’s in early 2020.
Lost Boys Pizza Pop-Up Cinema
Wasted Cinema at Bohemia Place isn’t only a budget-friendly pop-up cinema to explore a world of festive debauchery.
The luxurious Courthouse Hotel is a stunning setting for the bottomless brunch and prosecco while the cinema screening room itself is spacious.
The Circus Bar
A themed-bar at the Festival Terrace Southbank Centre has returned for the winter.
FEST Camden brings classics like ELF, Frozen, and Bad Santa to the big screen in a cosy venue. All tickets include popcorn, but you can also pay for pizza and drinks.
Travelling Film Show
The Travelling Film Show will be at the Shard on 10th December, showing Home Alone while providing guests with an opportunity to enjoy the View From the Shard experience too.
Adventure Films, Campfires & Marshmallows
For one night only, the iconic Hackney Round Chapel will be transformed into a cinema.
The Ship hosts several pop-up cinema nights throughout the year.
The Curtain is a pop-up cinema on the rooftop of one of London’s most exclusive clubs.
Film And Fizz with Curzon
The 30-seat screening room is a cosy environment that shows classic films every week. Nonetheless, the festive screenings of The Holiday, White Christmas, and It’s A Wonderful Life will inject an extra sense of magic.
The Luna Cinema
During the lead up to Christmas, Kensington Palace’s Palace Pavilion will host the Luna pop-up cinema experience that allows guests to sit in their director’s chair with food, mulled wine, and a blanket to watch Love Actually or any of the other films being screened throughout the week.
The Grand’s pop-up cinema in the plush Clapham hotel will run several screenings during the festive build-up, including The Holiday and The Muppets before continuing their showcases in the early new year with The Lion King and others.
The immersive 3-hour experiences take you into the heart of the Stranger Things world. If you’re a fan of the show, you’ll love the multi-layered screening experience and exploration of Hawkins.
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