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A Rooftop Cinema Screen is coming to Camden with a Best of British Film Season.

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As the greatest summer England has ever seen rolls on, Fest Camden Roof Gardens gives you another reason to be cheerful as they announce the opening of a new open-air cinema. Celebrating all things British, Camden Rooftop Cinema screenings start on July 23rd and roll until a month later, with loveable classics like Four Lions, Snatch, Human Traffic and Kevin & Perry Go Large amongst others all being shown.

In this sun soaked and endless summer, the only place to keep on creating hazy memories is at Camden’s best rooftop space. Laden with hanging plants, lush greenery, a beautiful pergola, tropical production and plenty of seating, it is a magical urban oasis that has a fully stocked bar and wood fired pizzas all on hand so you can treat yourself right. It is here that the films will be projected onto a huge screen while you have drinks brought right to you. The films—listed below—take in the very best of British comedy, action and satire, so are sure to create a great and inclusive, easy going atmosphere each and every time.

General admission tickets start at £5, with doors opening at 6.30pm and films starting at 7pm. There’s a range of food and drink add-ons to choose from including a glass of Prosecco or pint of beer, plus a pizza, or pizza with a whole bottle of Prosecco or jug of beer.

What better way to get the very most out of this gorgeous weather than by kicking back with a drink and enjoying a classic British film under the sun?

The season launches with Kevin & Perry Go Large on Monday 23rd July. Tickets start at £5 and are avialable at: festcamden.com/cinema

FILM SCREENINGS
Camden’s Rooftop Cinema Club
Doors open at 6.30pm with the film starting at 7pm.

July 23rd – Kevin & Perry Go Large
July 24th – Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
July 30th – Four Lions
August 6th – Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
August 7th – Snatch
August 13th – Human Traffic
August 14th – Trainspotting
August 21st – Shaun of the Dead

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