As the nights draw in, the Rooftop Film Club has resurfaced for the winter season. Under a new guise, the Underground Film Club takes up residence in a fantastic location – The Vaults of Waterloo Station.
Enjoy a subterranean movie experience as the Underground Film Club screens classic, cult and recent film releases amid the shadowy caverns of one of the capital’s busiest stations.
Secreted under the railway arches, The Vaults is the historical underworld turned contemporary arts space offering an atmospheric labyrinth of Victorian brickwork chambers to lose yourself in for the ultimate escapist film event.
Screening five nights a week from now until the 20th December 2014, the Underground Film Club’s sub-station show reel includes Pulp Fiction, The Goonies, Dirty Dancing, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Life if Beautiful, Casablanca, National Theatre’s Frankenstein and many more.
Settle in on comfy theatre-style seats and take in an old favourite on the big screen in this unique and intimate space.
- Tickets: £13.00 for adults available online
- Open 5 nights a week – please see website for full details
- Times: Screening times vary – please see website for full details
- Nearest Tube: Waterloo
- Underground Film Club @ The Vaults, Launcelot Street, SE11 7AD (Entrance via Launcelot Street, off Lower Marsh).
For further info and full listings, visit their website www.undergroundfilmclub.com.