The UK’s No.1 Open Air Cinema Returns to London
Their epic summer of open-air cinema is well underway, and it’s not just good vibes and great weather that’s on the horizon!
This year, they’re taking over some of London’s most amazing locations for their greatest season of cinema yet.
From stunning green spaces to the capital’s most iconic cultural landmarks, they’re bringing the magic of cinema to every corner of the city this summer. Get ready to experience this years award winners and big hitters, such as West Side Story at Westminster Abbey, Belfast at Kenwood House and House of Gucci at Kensington Palace, alongside true classics – think Pretty Woman at Hampton Court, Labyrinth at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, and Some Like it Hot at Chiswick House. All on a giant Luna big screen!
So dig out your picnic blanket and come join them this summer for the ultimate movie night under the stars.
After all…there’s nothing quite like summer in the city.
But hurry! Tickets are selling faster than the Elizabeth line.
What’s coming up in the city…
Old Royal Naval College
Old Royal Naval College, King William Walk, London SE10 9NN, UK
Get ready for the most incredible settings imaginable, as we bring open air cinema to the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich – an extraordinary cultural destination in the heart of the Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Whether you are looking for a classic feel-good film or want to see one of the new award winners on the big screen for the first time, there is a film for you at Old Royal Naval College this summer.
Hampstead Ln, Hampstead NW3 7JR
Standing on the edge of Hampstead Heath, amongst beautifully landscaped gardens, Kenwood is one of London’s hidden gems.
Built in the 18th century, it is an architectural masterpiece designed by Robert Adam, with views stretching out over the city of London. This summer, the stunning venue plays host to some unforgettable nights of classic cinema under the stars, with its beautiful gardens providing a breathtaking backdrop!
Chiswick House and Gardens Burlington Lane Chiswick London W4 2AQ
One of West London’s most historic locations, Chiswick House is a magnificent neo-Palladian villa set within beautiful, recently restored gardens.
Built by the Earl of Burlington in 1729 to showcase his famed art collection and impress his many guests, the grade-1 listed building is one of the most glorious examples of British Architecture. This summer, join them for an unforgettable evening of cinema under the stars in the tranquillity of Chiswick House and its surrounding 65-acres of beautiful gardens.
Get a wriggle on if you want to book tickets to these glorious venues! Here are their top 4 best-selling venues of 2022 so far.