The king of outdoor cinema is well into its brand new season of films. The Luna Cinema has made a triumphant return with film screenings taking place across the country in very special venues -and they’ve just added another one to the list!
The Luna Cinema have announced that they will be screening films at the world famous Victoria Embankment Gardens in August and September. Tickets go onsale at 10am on Wednesday (July 15th) so be quick, they are sure to sell-out fast!
The movies appearing at Victoria Embankment Gardens are Ghostbusters on 18th Aug, Napoleon Dynamite on the 25th Aug and Mean Girls on Sep 8th.
With over a hundred screenings of classic and contemporary films on giant screens across the country, from Royal palaces and medieval castles, to racecourses, famous London parks and even an open-air swimming pool, it promises to be an unforgettable summer of cinema under the stars.
Screenings include 80’s and 90’s classics such as The Goonies at Hatfield House, Dirty Dancing at Lincoln Castle, Back To The Future 2 at Greenwich Park and Notting Hill at Kensington Palace. Classics such as The Great Gatsby at Opera Holland Park, Breakfast at Tiffany’s at Wansworth Park and Grease at Leeds Castle also make the exciting line-up.
The season also includes some of the biggest modern films including Birdman at Alexandra Palace, The Grand Budapest Hotel at One New Change and The Theory of Everything at Hampton Court Palace. Those looking for something a little different can opt for a VIP experience at Brockwell Lido and watch Jaws or Crocodile Dundee from an inflatable dingy on the water! The public can once again choose which 80s gem they’d like to be shown at One New Change by casting their vote at thelunacinema.com.
As always there will be a full bar and delicious food at each screening; and you’re welcome to bring your own picnic at selected venues – check the website for details.
Check out the official Luna Cinema website www.thelunacinema.com for full venue information, prices and certificate ratings for each film.