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What’s On: Pop Up Screens

Pop Up Screens are springing up across London and they’ve brought some classic movies with them.

The leading name in summer cinema, Pop Up Screens, returns with an unbeatable programme aimed at anyone with a love of classic films and the great outdoors. Heading to nine of London’s most idyllic settings, including the Greenwich Peninsula, Bishops Park in Fulham and Eltham’s Tudor Barn, Pop Up bring a bigger, eclectic line up of films for 2015. Bring your blankets, your beanbags or your three-piece suites, buy an earth-moving burger and treat yourself to something over the summer.

This year, Pop Up are rewarding its regular visitors with a special loyalty scheme. For every £10 ticket bought, one shiny pound of credit is awarded, meaning ten tickets will give you a whole ticket for free. Under 10s and over 65s can enjoy the magic for just £6, and if you want a weekend-long outdoor movie marathon, tickets are £20 for all three nights. The dining stakes have also been upped, with gourmet burgers from the good folks who supply Harrods waiting for you on-site with cold beer and fizzy beverages to wash them down with.

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At £10 a pop, a trip to Pop Up Screens cost less than an average trip to your local multiplex; this is the perfect way to relax and soak in a winning combination of unmeasured fun and an unrivalled selection of films. With a series of gorgeous settings across the capital, expect twinkling lights among the trees, a hum of excitement from like-minded film fanatics and hushed anticipation punctuated with laughs, gasps, and the occasional quote-a-long, all shielded from the city but not far enough not to feel like home.

For tickets and more information about the film selection and locations please visit



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