Pop Up Screens has announced its programme of summer films to chill out with over the next few months from the 21st July. 


Join Pop Up Screens as it celebrates summer with a programme of classic films to watch as the sun goes down in a number of venues across London including Bishops Park in Fulham,Central Park Greenwich Peninsula, Coram’s Fields, Bloomsbury, Ravenscourt Park, Hammersmith, Manor House Gardens, Hither Green , Southwark Park, Canada Water and Kennington Park, Kennington.

Running from the 21st July until the 26th September, the programme will include screenings of classic comedies including Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Four Weddings and a Funeral, vintage blockbusters The Big Lebowski and Back To The Future, fantasy adventures Jurassic Park and Ghostbusters and timeless girly faves Dirty Dancing and Pretty Woman. Plus a couple of more recently Oscar-approved films, including La La Land and Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them.

This year for the first time Pop Up Screens have announced it will be setting up  on the hugely popular Brixton Beach, where audiences will be treated to a programme of tested classics and recent blockbusters including The Goonies, Bridesmaids, Fight Club and Rogue One.

Talking about the new programme Pop Up Screens’ founder David Leydon said: “Pop Up Screens is all about finding films people love and giving them the opportunity to share that love with their friends and with a whole new community of people that equally love that movie. And when you’ve got hundreds of people all in the same place, at the same time, all loving the same movie, it creates a brilliant atmosphere and it is genuinely one of the best ways to watch movies and brilliantly I get to do it every night of the summer..”

For more information about the programme and to book tickets visit: https://www.popupscreens.co.uk/