Outdoor movie screening outfit Rooftop Film Club is returning with another season of classic, cult and recent film releases on some of London's finest rooftops.
Film lovers can eat fabulous food and enjoy cold drinks while watching their favourite movies on the big screen with high quality wireless headphones.
Opening night is Tuesday 30 April at the Kensington Roof Gardens with Marilyn Monroe’s Some Like it Hot. Tickets include a burger or hot dog (a vegetarian option is also available) freshly prepared and grilled on the outdoor coal fired barbecue.
The Queen of Hoxton will then host Anchorman on Wednesday 1 May. Anyone who turns up in a moustache will receive a free bag of popcorn.
Chick Flick Tuesdays are back with movies including Amelie, The Notebook and Mean Girls.
Screenings in May include The Big Lebowski, Jaws, Leon, Back to the Future, Top Gun, Flight of the Navigator, Seven Psychopaths, Cinema Paradiso, Snatch, Taxi Driver, Indiana Jones and The Temple of Doom.
Rooftop Film Club's newest venue is Peckham's Bussey Building in South London, where film lovers can enjoy panoramic city views, Mexican street food and Caribbean BBQ, as well as a bar servicing cocktails and cold drinks.
Opening night is 4 June with a screening of Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Bergundy. Other movie screenings at the Bussey Building include The Lost Boys, Ghostbusters, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Top Gun, The Graduate, Stand By Me and Trainspotting.
Venue Details & Map
1 Curtain Road, The City, EC2A 3LT [map]
Bar, club and art gallery, the Queen of Hoxton is the ultimate youth club for the adults of the east side
133 Rye Lane, SE15 4ST [map]
A former cricket bat factory, The Bussey Building was saved from demolition by Peckham Vision and now houses the CLF Art Café, a growing cultural hub in Rye Lane, Peckham.