Rooftop Film Club 2012 | Cinema Experience This May
Remember when Fat Dave spent the summer holidays dieting and working out, then came back to school looking super-fit and healthy?
Calling him by his name – Fat Dave – suddenly felt really wrong.
Discussing the Rooftop Film Club’s recent screenings has, in a similar way, felt a little off (given the absence of any actual rooftop locations).
But fortunately all is now right with the world, as Rooftop Film Club have announced a new program of classic films on a selection of genuine London rooftops, from Shoreditch to Kensington.
And Dave’s fat again.
The screenings – which start at the beginning of May but are already selling quickly– will be held on top of The Netil in London Fields; in the Kensington Roof Gardens; and on the roof of the Queen of Hoxton.
Films are shown via big screens with wireless headphones, and highlights include: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off; Coming to America; When Harry Met Sally; The Big Lebowski; The Graduate; and Notting Hill.
NOTE: You can book tickets and find out more HERE.
Rooftop Film Club | Various Rooftops Across London
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