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Vauxhall Village Presents Summer Screen

This summer, Vauxhall Village are bringing six free pop-up cinema screenings to the historic Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens in Nine Elms on the South Bank.

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This summer, Vauxhall Village are bringing six free pop-up cinema screenings to the historic Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens in Nine Elms on the South Bank.

Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens are secluded enough to enjoy the film in peace but with great transport links to stumble home afterwards. Cinema goers can bring a blanket from home or hire one for just £2.50, and snuggle up with their loved ones under the stars on a summer night. Visitors can also rent a Vauxhall Village deck chair for £5 to watch the film in true luxury; every deck chair comes with a free bag of Propercorn, because no film experience is complete without popcorn!

Along with Propercorn, refreshments will be available to buy from the on-site Kopparberg bar and for those that fancy something to eat there will be a smorgasbord of London’s top street food vendors.

Perfect for an evening with friends or family, or just a night off by yourself, movie lovers can enjoy a free film in peace on a warm Tuesday evening (good weather not guaranteed)!

Programme:
Tuesday 3rd June – Best in Show (12) – ‘Satirical cult classic about a dog show in America’
Tuesday 10th June – Mean Girls (12a) – ‘The fetchest high school comedy’
Tuesday 17th June – Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa (15) – ‘Norwich’s best export gets his own film’
Tuesday 8th July – Slumdog Millionaire (15) – ‘The story of a young man from the slums of Mumbai who appears on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?’ In addition Vauxhall Village have teamed up with the Big Dance week to enjoy Bollywood dancing workshops before the film
Tuesday 15th July -This Is Spinal Tap (15) – ‘Classic mockumentary about legendary British rock band Spinal Tap’
Tuesday 22nd July– The Big Lebowski (18) – ‘Cohen brothers cult classic and everyone’s favourite bowling movie’

Visitors should arrive at 7pm to secure a spot; films begin when the sun goes down.

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