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Rooftop Film Club returns for 2015

The popular outdoor cinema event returns for more film fun.

Rooftop Film Club was one of the undoubted highlights of the film calendar last year. They have just announced their brand new 2015 slate and it looks like being yet another break-out year.

Ascending skyward once again for another season of classic, cult and current film releases on four of London’s finest rooftops: Queen of Hoxton (Shoreditch), Roof East (Stratford), The Roof Gardens (Kensington) and Bussey Building (Peckham Rye), The Rooftop Film club kicks off from 1st May all the way through to 30th September 2015.

The capital’s film lovers can tuck into great food and cool refreshments while taking in their favourite movies on the big screen as the stars begin to sparkle over London’s iconic skyline. The ultimate in alfresco entertainment, you won’t find a better film experience to enjoy in the fresh air of a warm summer’s night.

May boasts an impressive line-up including The Graduate, Casablanca, Selma, The Theory of Everything and the critically-acclaimed Birdman.

The Rooftop Film Club has got something for everyone on its summer roster with popular classics like Clueless, William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet and The Goonies also making welcome returns.

With state of the art equipment, high quality wireless headphones and comfy seats in unique urban environments along with food and drink available to buy, it’s definitely one of the best movie experiences in the capital.

The four confirmed venues so far are;

• Bussey Building, Peckham Rye
• Tickets: £14.00 for adults
• Screening: 5 nights a week – May to September 2015
• Times: Doors: 6pm. Screening times vary – please check website for details
• Plus: The new Rooftop Bar & Kitchen serving all manner of fresh food and drinks
• Nearest Tube/Rail: Peckham Rye rail station
• Rooftop Film Club @ Bussey Building: 133 Rye Lane, Peckham SE15 4ST

• Queen of Hoxton, Shoreditch
• Tickets: £14.00 for adults
• Screening: 4 nights a week – May to September 2015
• Times: Doors: 8pm. Screening: Around 9pm
• Plus: The newly refurbished Queen of Hoxton Rooftop Bar & Kitchen
• Nearest Tube/Rail: Old Street/ Liverpool Street/ Shoreditch High Street
• Rooftop Film Club @ Queen of Hoxton: 1 – 5 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3JX

• Roof East, Stratford
• Tickets: £14.00 for adults
• Screening: 5 nights a week – May to September 2015
• Times: Doors: 5pm. Screening times vary – please check website for details
• Plus: Food & drink available from the new Roof East resident bar
• Nearest Tube/Rail: Stratford Mainline and underground station
• Rooftop Film Club @ Roof East: Level 8, Stratford Multi-storey Car Park, Great Eastern Way, Stratford, E15 1XE

• The Roof Gardens, Kensington
• Tickets: £22.00 for adults including a freshly prepared snack grilled on the outdoor coal fired barbecue
• Screening: Sunday 19th and Monday 20th April 2015
• Times: Doors: 7pm. Screening: Around 8.30pm
• Nearest Tube/Rail: High Street Kensington
• Rooftop Film Club @ Roof Gardens: 99 Kensington High Street, London W8 5SA

For further information and to buy tickets check out the official site


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