London Provides Rooftop and Graveyard Viewings
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/16/2012 -- London is known for its innovative style and ever changing entertainment for the masses. What is more, now the city provides residents and visitors with a new twist on an old pastime.
What is the first thing you think of when you are bored on a Saturday night, and you do not feel like partying? Well, to most, that would be catching a late night movie at a multiplex, or renting one and staying in. That has become a thing of the past in London, as consumers have proven that change is always better.
London now offers a varied movie theater experience per say, one of which, in the form of Rooftop viewings. Usually a large projection screen is installed and on a given day, a movie is played up in the clouds for a few viewers at a time. It can be both a romantic date with a loved one or fun thing to do with friends on the weekend.
The Rooftop Film Club is the place to go for an experience like this one. And with various locations available to the public, the events are highly accessible for those who pursue it. The Rooftop Film Club offers rooftop viewing in Queen of Hoxton in Shoreditch, Netil House in the famous Hackney and Kensington Roof Gardens.
Tickets are affordable at only 10 British pounds, and equivalent just over $16 USD. Chosen movies are also a delight, with viewings for popular movies such as Anchorman and Days of Thunder. Management encourages warm dress attire and the use of a blanket brought from home.
However, if visiting the Netil House, the attire requirement is the complete opposite. Viewers are encouraged to bring bathing suits, as the events are held in large inflatable hot tubs.
Another form of this untraditional movie experience is the Floating Cinema, wherein viewers are put on a narrowboat on East London’s Waterways. This has resulting in being the most popular of the experiences.
If these do not float your boat, then James Bond wannabes may enjoy the Secret Cinema. It is an experience unlike any other and risky. The tickets are 43.50 BP for adults ($69.92) and 33.50 BP ($53.85) for concession stand access. The concept of the Secret Cinema is that no one talks about it, and even the movie title is a secret until you arrive inside.
London even throws in a bit of Halloween madness, and hosts the Nomad cinemas, which were held in graveyards showing scary movies like the Shining. However, as the weather gets colder. The viewings have to go indoors.
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