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A Guide to Outdoor Cinemas London 2019*

There is no doubt that summer can be quite a tricky time for all cinephiles out there. Considering the fact that sunshine seems to be a rare treat on British shores, it somehow feels unexpectedly wrong to just waste sunny days or even warm nights under a roof. But hey, there are many benefits that Londoners can enjoy every now and then – one of these is a summer packed with lots of outdoor cinema screenings. And mind you, it is the type of experience that offers the best of both worlds.

If you are so hell-bent on finding the best outdoor cinema London experience, then you have come to the right place. We have put up a guide that can get you access to guilty pleasures, cult classics, and avant-garde features that this experience can offer. So, without further ado, step into this guide.

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The Grand feed me – Little Shop of Horrors

I had the privilege of attending The Grand along with some other community members of Love Pop Ups London to watch the classic movie Little Shop of Horrors.

The Grand

The Grand was established in 1900. Launched originally as a music hall, since then it has held a number of different events from cinema screenings, shows, bingo and even a nightclub. However The Grand has always remained true to it’s original aim to entertain.

Back in the day The Grand quickly established itself as one of London’s premier venues, attracting all sorts of stars from Marie Lloyd to young Charlie Chaplin. Continue reading

Lights, camera, action – Pop Up Screens

Hello! Welcome to the Pop Up Screens. Pop Up Screens returns this winter with a Christmas theme. I had the pleasure to go along to a press night with fellow bloggers of ‘Love Pop Ups – London’ community to see the classic Christmas movie ‘The Muppets Christmas Carol’.

Me and some bloggers from Love Pop Ups - London
Gemma, me, Laura and Charlotte

Many pop up cinemas are set outside but thankfully this one was set inside in Hackney Showrooms. You will be transported into a wintery world from the off to watch one of the many famous classic Christmas movies which they are showing during December.

Firstly before entering into the bar or screening area you come across a display board with many different sayings that you can take selfies with my best being “I’ll be hanging around the mistletoe…”

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Ooh La La – Secret Cinema: Moulin Rouge

Secret Cinema was launched back in 2007 and since then it has taken the world of immersive experiences by storm.  They have used lots of various buildings over the past years to play their productions in from warehouses to fields. They always push the boundaries to create a 360 degree participatory worlds where the boundaries between performer and audience, set and reality are constantly changing.

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Go Out

Find links to all the places I was kindly invited along to personally to blog about.

Arts & CraftsAfternoon TeaBarsCookeryEscape RoomsImmersiveMiscellaneousNauticalPop Ups/EventsPress/LaunchRestaurants & Supper ClubsSpasSportsTheatre & Shows, Tours, Travel

Here is a link to all my blogs on places I was invited personally on a PR basis (not part of a group) in which I went along to and wrote up about.

Antillean, AmazingCo, Air ChinaAllas Yummy Food, A Lad in SohoAvengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N, Back to the Future Musical, Banquet of HoshenaBIG The Musical, Boulevard Theatre, clueQuest VRCoqbull Soho, Cutty SarkCutter & SquidgeCookery SchoolThe Vaults: Dantes in FurloughDC ExhibitionDefinitely Blue Cafe by Bompas & Parr, Doctor Who Time Fracture, Dona Rita Pão de QueijoDYCEeasyJet Sprinkles CafeEleven98Fabulous 698 BFlesh & Buns, Funicular Express Murder Express, Fresh Thinking Cafe by HotpointGeorgian House: Wizard Afternoon Tea, Gordon Ramsay Street PizzaThe Gunpowder Plot, Haufson Wok Nacny Lam, Hard Rock Cafe, Hans & GretelHiver Bee Urban, Jacobs Crackers pop up, JapesJolie, Journey London by Lollipop, Kasa and Kin, KitchenAid Making 100, Made in Hackney: Vegan cheese class, Masalchi, Museum of Architecture Gingerbread CityMoonpigMoonstone Murder Mystery, Money Heist, Mr Whites, Mulan Rouge, MyChocolate, New Boulevard Theatre, No.79, Old Chang KeeParmigiano Reggiano, Pasta n PlayPierre MarcoliniPitch BlackPhantom Peak, Princess Cruises, Rock & Sole Plaice, Royal China Club, Rojakroom2 Southampton, Seasons, Scripts SupperSix by Nico Chippie, Six by Nico Childhood, Six by Nico New York, Steam Dreams, Star Wars ExhibitionSticky Mango, Swamp Motel The Drop, Swingers, Taste of Christmas, The Art of Banksy, The Chocolate Cocktail Club pop up, The Chocolate Cocktail Club, The Jam Shed Supper Club, The Lucky Club, The Melusine, The Real GreekThe Seafood Bar London, The Wizard Exploratorium Pumpkin Carving, The Wizard Exploratorium Gingerbread House Making, The Wizard Exploratorium Wand Making, The Wizard Exploratorium Afternoon Tea, Treats Club, Up at the O2, V&A Alice, Warburtons, WeFiFo: Gino D’AcampoYankee Candle Countdown to Christmas, Yeda Cafe

Click HERE to read my OTHER in which I attended as part of a group with other members of Love Pop Ups London Club.

*With any opportunity there is NO obligation to write a blog but I do as I love to write and help gain further exposure for those businesses

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