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The Nomad Cinema announce ScreenShare

Tell Nomad Cinema why your friend deserves a free ticket.

The Nomad Cinema, one of the highlights of the outdoor film circuit in 2015, have announced #ScreenShare, a cool way to bring a friend along to a film screening for free.

This summer, The Nomad is offering ticket-holders for its Queen’s Park and Fulham Palace screenings of Labyrinth, The Princess Bride, Little Miss Sunshine, Withnail & I, The Graduate, The Grand Budapest Hotel and Gravity the opportunity to share their pop-up film experience with whomever they feel most deserves it.

To bring along a friend for free, Nomad followers just need to have a good reason as to why their nominee deserves to be the recipient of the complimentary ticket – be they overworked, overwhelmed, underpaid or an unsung hero in need of a treat. The most compelling stories will then be selected and the lucky recipients notified.

Nomad followers are encouraged to submit the reasons for their nominations in an online entry form and via social media using the hashtag #ScreenShare to share their experience with others in their communities. These touching stories will be shared on screen and live tweeted at the events to celebrate the generosity of The Nomad’s pop-up community.

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Entries can be submitted here – plus stories can be shared tagging @thenomadcinema with the hashtag #ScreenShare

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Romeo & Juliet, Superman, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Birdman, Whiplash, The Lost Boys, Rear Window, Grease and Gravity are just some of the other cinematic highlights of the season at Nomad.

The Nomad donates 100% of its profits to pioneering charity The Sustainability Institute in South Africa – an eco-village and research centre, working towards providing ways of living with a focus on reducing and eradicating poverty. The Sustainability Institute has built schools and created a wide range of educational projects and development programmes enabling the disadvantaged children of the local community to have a much better start in life. In particular, The Nomad and sister cinema The Lexi have funded a film school where students have excelled and gone on to earn their place at international universities.

The Nomad Cinema line-up is;

Friday 21 August – Bushy Park – Guardians of the Galaxy (12A)
Saturday 22 August – Queen’s Park – The Princess Bride (PG)
Saturday 22 August – Royal Academy of Arts – Casablanca (U) – silent with Wi-Fi headsets
Sunday 23 August – Royal Academy of Arts – In the Mood for Love (PG) – silent with Wi-Fi headsets
Wednesday 26 August – Royal Academy of Arts – The Darjeeling Limited (15) – silent with Wi-Fi headsets
Thursday 27 August – Royal Academy of Arts – Frances Ha (15) – silent with Wi-Fi headsets
Saturday 29 August – Bushy Park – Close Encounters of the Third Kind (PG)
Tuesday 1 September – Coram Secret Garden – The Bodyguard (15) – gala screening
Wednesday 2 September – Middle Temple Gardens – Moulin Rouge! (12)
Thursday 3 September – Middle Temple Gardens – The Great Gatsby (12A) – gala screening
Friday 4 September – Middle Temple Gardens – West Side Story (PG)
Saturday 5 September – Meantime Brewery – The Terminator (18**)
Tuesday 8 September – Brompton Cemetery – Alien (15) – seating provided
Wednesday 9 September – Brompton Cemetery – Pan’s Labyrinth (15) – seating provided
Thursday 10 September – Fulham Place – The Graduate (15)
Friday 11 September – Fulham Place – Gravity (12A)
Saturday 12 September – Belgrave Sq – Grease (PG) – silent with Wi-Fi headsets
Sunday 13 September – Belgrave Sq – The Theory of Everything (12A) – silent with Wi-Fi headsets
Thursday 17 September – Brown Hart Gardens – Rear Window (PG) – seating provided + silent with Wi-Fi headsets
Thursday 17 September – Coram Secret Garden – Superman (PG)
Friday 18 September – Brown Hart Gardens – Good Will Hunting (15) – seating provided + silent with Wi-Fi headsets
Friday 18 September – Fulham Place – The Grand Budapest Hotel (15)
Saturday 19 September – Brown Hart Gardens – Dead Poets Society (PG) – seating provided + silent with Wi-Fi headsets
Saturday 19 September – Queens Park – Little Miss Sunshine (15)
Wednesday 23 September – Hyde Park Lido – Amy (15)
Thursday 24 September – Hyde Park Lido – Birdman (15)
Saturday 26 September – Queens Park – Withnail and I (15)
Tuesday 29 September – Wilton Crescent Gardens – The Sound of Music (U) – silent with Wi-Fi headsets
Wednesday 30 September – Wilton Crescent Gardens – The Italian Job (PG) – silent with Wi-Fi headsets

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* Film titles subject to licence approval
** Rated 18 due to licencing rules of venue as opposed to actual BBFC film rating

Tickets for outdoor events range from £12.50 – £20 with concession and family prices available on selected screenings. A number of venues also offer a range of tickets that include food booked in advance. Magic Carpet upgrades available at selected events will cost an extra £15 on top of the standard ticket price.

Full details on prices and times are available at

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