While it’s hard to predict the weather, the idea of watching a film under the stars on a warm summer evening, certainly has its appeal. The number of venues offering outdoor cinema shows has grown steadily over the years, and after last year’s blistering summer, 2019 has plenty of options.

Outdoor Cinema

Luna Cinema is bringing outdoor movies to Wimbledon Park, Morden Hall Park and Hampton Court, as well as numerous other venues across London. So, if you’re thinking ahead to summer nights out, here are a few options

Right next to the All England Club, Wimbledon Park has three nights of outdoor cinema in June. Relive the flamboyant 1980s with Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody on 21 June or revel in THE screen musical of last year, The Greatest Showman on 22 June. You can also catch the 1993 dinosaur epic Jurassic Park on the 23rd.

Luna Cinema will be visiting the well-loved National Trust property, Morden Hall Park, where you can also catch The Greatest Showman as well as Mama Mia! Here we go Again or the 1980s classic Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. There are shows at Hampton Court Palace too, from 8 August, including Lady Gaga in A Star is Born.

Not to exclude younger viewers, Lunakids will also be at Hampton Court, from 14 to 17 August, with a wide selection of recent releases, such as Dumbo and Mary Poppins Returns, plus classics, including Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Lunakids events are all daytime showings.

Driftin’ Dreamers Silent Summer Screenings – will also be hosting open air cinema and live music nights in numerous venues, including in Wimbledon, Richmond and Surbiton – details are to be announced.

Find out more about Luna Cinema and Lunakids showings on the website.

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