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Watching Films Outside in August (in the cold & rain obvs)

This week I had my first experience of outdoor cinema, in fact, I’ve been to outdoor cinema twice in the last 3 days.  Months ago I had booked tickets for my sister and I to go to Hatfield House to see Dirty Dancing and then Lee had tickets to see Pulp Fiction at Luton Hoo so as her plus one I got to go to that too. 341 more words

Making Plans

Final Night at the Queen Vic Winter Night Market

Originally published on Broadsheet.

Soak up the last edition of the night market’s food, drinks and entertainment.

For the past 12 Wednesday nights the Queen Victoria Market (QVM) Winter Night Market has been a magnet, pulling Melburnians out of their ducted-heated caves to enjoy outdoor films and some of the city’s favourite snack-food vendors. 220 more words


The Labyrinth - Outdoor Cinema at Fritton Lake

So quite a few weeks ago now (I have started to realise that maybe it would be better if I could manage to blog chronologically, for everyone’s sake!) I was taken, by someone very lovely-who just so happens to be the best Fruit Pastille smuggler out there! 114 more words


Outdoor cinema a huge success

Movie lovers danced, sang and screamed along to two classic films at this year’s outdoor cinema in Tamworth Castle Grounds.

Hundreds of people took picnics and blankets to the town centre park to enjoy a wonderfully warm summer evening under the stars as musical favourite… 158 more words

Tamworth Council News

Thursday, August 13. 

All my love to you, Poppet. You’re going to be alright.

Film4 Summer Screen - Somerset House

This weekend the House of Need team and friends are in London for the Film4 Summer Screen event at Somerset House. We’ll be watching cult classics True Romance and The Warriors. 24 more words

Outdoor Cinema in Merrion Sq.

Happening’s Outdoor Cinema


Its a pop up outdoor cinema that shows classic movies! Recent showings include, Grand Budapest Hotel, Mrs. Doubtfire, The Big Lebowski, The Goonies, & Singing In The Rain. 71 more words