Tag Archives: Cinema

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. Click here to see the full movie list.

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Cinema and food together – Taste Film: Sex in the City

If you love cinema and good quality food then Taste Film is mostly certainly the best way to experience a movie from start to finish. The whole night was superbly done.

I went along tonight to have a 4 course meal whilst watching the movie ‘Sex in the City’ via Taste. The film experience happened on the top floor on the View 94 restaurant which they used this time around.  Firstly though me and my man friend was firstly greeted by the lovely host who welcomed us and explained about the night. We then was Continue reading

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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Eat your way through a movie – Edible Cinema showing ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’

This was my first experience with Edible Cinema.  I attended a one of showing of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Jonny Depp version) which was shown in IMAX cinema located in the Science Museum.  I have seen the film before but Edible cinema provides a twist of supplying you with a tray pots on it all numbered and in each pot there will be a different piece of food (snack) or drink to eat at certain points throughout the film.  For example one pot contained a paste that tasted a bit like toothpaste so we ate that one when Willy was having a flash back of Continue reading