Independent cinema Pop Up Screens is back this summer and this time they’re bringing some friends and partnering with Gü to celebrate their new cocktail-inspired Mixology range and present a summer of feel-good movies under the stars.
Taking place from 21 July to 24 September, Pop Up Screens, in Partnership with Gü, will be travelling around the suburbs of London with our pop up outdoor cinema. Prepare yourself for a Summer of cinematic joy with an epic programme of classic films, modern classics, and guilty pleasures guaranteed to give you the perfect summer movie night out.
Once again Pop Up Screens, in partnership with Gü, has put together a programme to inspire and delight, which includes coming-of-age classics like Ten Things I Hate About You and Romeo + Juliet, impossible to hate musicals Grease and The Greatest Showman, and timeless romance stories like Dirty Dancing and Pretty Woman. Plus more recent movies that rocked the box office, including Elvis and Top Gun: Maverick.
You’ll find Pop Up Screens, in Partnership with Gü, this summer in Hammersmith’s Ravenscourt Park, Esher’s National Trust Property Claremont Gardens, Beckenham Place Park, Bexley’s Hall Place, Fulham’s Bishops Park, Crystal Palace Park, Brockley’s Hillyfields, Sydenham’s Mayow Park, Hither Green’s Manor House Gardens, Greenwich Peninsula’s Central Park, and finally Milton Keynes’ Campbell Park.
As a Gü treat is the perfect sweet treat to enjoy with a movie Pop Up Screens and Gü will be giving everyone a free Gü treat from the new Mixology range to those attending the opening night in Ravenscourt Park. Don’t worry, if you can’t make it to opening night there are still plenty of Gü treats you can win over the summer…
Tickets are £12 for adults, £8 for under 10s.
You’re welcome to bring your own blankets, beanbags, cushions and chairs for the evening. There will of course be popcorn and craft beer from our bar on offer, plus you can bring your own drinks and snacks too.
Pop Up Screens’ founder David Leydon said: “Pop Up Screens is all about finding films people love and giving them the opportunity to share that love with their friends and family and a whole new community of people they’ve never met before but that also equally love that movie. When you’ve got hundreds of people all in the same place, at the same time, all loving the same movie, it creates a brilliant atmosphere and it is genuinely one of the best ways to watch movies and brilliantly I get to do it every night of the summer.”