The coronavirus pandemic has revived the outdoor cinema scene.
But there’s a new outdoor cinema launching in London over the coming months – and it doesn’t require a car.
The Free Range Film Club will screen movies in the capital’s parks and green spaces from July to September.
While exact locations are yet to be announced, organisers have revealed there will be venues in east, west, south and north London.
Also, to ensure everyone is kept safe, capacities will be limited, spaces are to be allocated and groups will be asked to keep apart.
Organisers of The Free Range Film Club – the folks behind Clapham Common’s Winterville festival – have said guests will be able to get street food, barbecue treats and drinks delivered straight to their viewing spots.
A line-up of movies is yet to be announced, but the website states guests should ‘expect a programme of cult classics, feel good faves and indie flicks.’
Of course, this isn’t the only open-air cinema experience landing in the UK this summer.
The Drive-In is set to launch in London in July, at the Troubadour Meridian Water site in Enfield.
Cars entering the drive-in cinema will be asked to park two metres apart and tickets will be scanned through closed windows (or via number plates). In terms of films, Dirty Dancing, The Terminator, Shawshank Redemption, Bad Boys for Life and La La Land are just a few on the programme.
The Luna Cinema has also announced it’s launching an outdoor cinema, which includes a bespoke speaker system and food and drink services.
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