Late summer, outdoor cinema

Rooftop movies in Peckham, park screens in Hither Green
We're being flanked by late-summer outdoor screenings on our east and west sides.

The Rooftop Film Club is taking over the top floor of the Bussey Building for a season which includes The Big Lebowski, American Psycho and When Harry Met Sally. Tickets cost £13 and you'll have access to the new Bussey Rooftop Bar presented by Zubrowka.

Meanwhile, Pop Up Screens (who once came to Hilly Fields, before they realised its open nature left them vulnerable to free-riders) returns to Hither Green with screenings of Fight Club, Moulin Rouge and Top Gun at Manor House Gardens (5-7 September). Tickets can be purchased in advance at www.popupscreens.co.uk for £10.

3 comments:

anonymous said...

I'm assuming it's down to licensing but I would much prefer to go out and see movies that are currently in cinemas. I do like watching a classic movie but it feels like a bit of a cheek to charge 13 quid to watch a glorified DVD on a outdoor projector screen.

headhunter said...

I suppose you could say the same about going out for a drink... Why pay 4 quid or so for a pint at a pub when you can sit at home with a load of cans from your local supermarket...

anonymous said...

I wouldn't mind paying that price for a current film but 13 quid to watch Top Gun or Fight club. Really? Are you just playing devils advocate or do you really think that's a good deal?

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