We all like the excitement of pop-up shops. We all like good films. Well HURRAH for Nomad then, who’ve organised pop-up cinema.
This latest spell of sunny weather has done nothing but fuel my desire for lazy summer evenings. Good job then that tickets go on sale today for a number of films around London over the summer months. Watch films under the stars in places like Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park.
Watch classics like ‘Some Like It Hot’ and ‘The Empire Strikes Back’ along with a host of other great films. It’s all very hush-hush – but from their past screenings, you can probably expect live music, costumed ushers and audience participation too.
Check the listings and book your tickets here.
Tickets are also available for film screenings in cinemas now. Prices from £12.50.
Not quite the same as a music event, but an event nonetheless – and if you like playing Cluedo in your spare time this could be the thing for you.
This weekend sees the British Film Institute host a weekend dedicated to the work of Agatha Christie.
You’ll have a chance to see screenings and onstage activity, and a carriage from the Orient Express will be stationed outside the Royal Festival Hall for you to have a gander.
Tickets for the screenings are available here, but be quick – there are only a few seats left for tomorrow’s activities.
Nearest Tube: Waterloo/Embankment/Charing Cross
The weather outside is frightful…so why not do something indoors yet cultural this weekend?
The Brick Lane Gallery is hosting Driven Creativity – an exhibition showing off shortlisted and winning entries from the G-Technology Driven Creativity competition
You’ll be able to see photography, film and music – and the best bit is, it’s all free!
The exhibition is running until Monday, November 22 and is open 1-6pm every day.
Nearest Tube: Liverpool St/Aldgate
It’s Diwali! It’s Bonfire Night! It’s the weekend!
Must mean it’s time for LondonLovelies’s Ten Minute Take-Away, then.
This week, we’ve got the Children’s Film Festival, Time For Tease and FREE bonfires around London. Go forth and listen.
Ten Minute Take-Away 05/11/10
The O2 is hosting a screening of Mamma Mia this weekend.
A sing-a-long version of the film will be shown on Sunday, January 24 on a specially made 100ft screen.
There are two screenings – 2:30pm and 6:30pm.
Tickets are £18 and can be bought from here, but those generous folk at the Evening Standard are doing a 2 for 1 ticket deal, which you can have a look at here (you have to sign up/register to the website in order to access this)
Fancy dress is welcomed, but optional!
Nearest Tube: North Greenwich (Jubilee Line)
You can also take the Thames Clipper to the O2. For other modes of transport, click here.