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Scream it from the rooftops film-fans: Rooftop Film Club has announced a brand spanking new venue and a sizzling June line-up of classic, cult and current movies across all five rooftop venues.

June will welcome East London’s very own Tobacco Dock to the Rooftop Film Club roster, as well as a rotating medley of top traders curated by street food royalty KERB.

The new Tobacco Dock venue will offer a completely unique rooftop setting and 360 views of some of London’s best skyline architecture. Rooftop residents Nespresso will be on hand serving the ultimate coffees complemented by liquid liberation from cocktail connoisseurs Spirted Mixers.

Founder/Director of Tobacco Dock Jonathan Read says: We cannot wait to welcome Rooftop Film Club to Tobacco Dock for the 2016 summer season. Wapping is fast becoming one of the capital’s cultural hubs and an inspiring business quarter dedicated to events. Our striking, panoramic views of some of London’s most famous landmarks combined with a stellar programme of films will make Rooftop Film Club the place to be on a midsummer night’s eve.”

Kicking-off the Tobacco Dock season is the fan-favourite Dirty Dancing, followed by a varied programme, from celebrated international flick City of God to Academy award winning, Room. The fun continues across the rooftops, so as the days draw longer gather your film loving mates to catch an outdoor screening of A Clockwork Orange or sing along (badly) to modern musical classic Pitch Perfect and 90’s guilty pleasure Spice World. Movies new to the rooftop roster include a young Matthew McConaughey in Dazed and Confused and the first ever rooftop encore screening of the National Theatre production, A View from the Bridge. To round-up the festivities of London Pride, Rooftop Film Club will host a special Sunday screening of the applauded British film Pride with all profits going to LGBT charity Stonewall.

For those keen beans who can’t wait to get skyward in June, two very special screenings have been added at The Roof Gardens, including critically acclaimed movies Joy (29 May) and Spotlight (30 May). 

 

NEED TO KNOW

TOBACCO DOCK, WAPPING
Tickets: £15.00 for adults
Screening: 5 nights a week – till September 2016
Times: Doors: 6pm. Screening times vary – please check website for details
Nearest Tube/Rail: Wapping Overground Shadwell DLR (just 1 stop from Bank)/Overground
Rooftop Film Club @ Tobacco Docks, Pennington Street, London E1W 2SF

 

BUSSEY BUILDING, PECKHAM RYE
Tickets: £15.00 for adults
Screening: 5 nights a week – till September 2016
Times: Doors: 6pm. Screening times vary – please check website for details
Plus: The new Bussey Rooftop Bar & Forza Win serving all manner of fresh food and drinks 
Nearest Tube/Rail: Peckham Rye rail station
Rooftop Film Club @ Bussey Building: 133 Rye Lane, Peckham SE15 4ST

 

QUEEN OF HOXTON, SHOREDITCH
Tickets: £15.00 for adults
Screening: 4 nights a week – till September 2016
Times: Doors: 8pm. Screening: Around 9pm
Plus: The newly refurbished Queen of Hoxton Rooftop Bar & Kitchen 
Nearest Tube/Rail: Old Street/ Liverpool Street/ Shoreditch High Street
Rooftop Film Club @ Queen of Hoxton: 1 – 5 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3JX

 

ROOF EAST, STRATFORD
Tickets: £15.00 for adults
Screening: 5 nights a week – till September 2016
Times: Doors: 5pm. Screening times vary – please check website for details
Plus: Food & drink available from the new Roof East resident bar and gourmet hot dogs from Rockadollar Dogs
Nearest Tube/Rail: Stratford Mainline and underground station 
Rooftop Film Club @ Roof East: Level 8, Stratford Multi-storey Car Park, Great Eastern Way, Stratford, E15 1XE

 

THE ROOF GARDENS, KENSINGTON
Tickets: £22.00 for adults including a freshly prepared snack grilled on the outdoor coal fired barbecue
Screening: Sunday 29th and Monday 30th May 2016
Times: Doors: One hour before. Screening: Around 8.30pm
Nearest Tube/Rail: High Street Kensington
Rooftop Film Club @ Roof Gardens: 99 Kensington High Street, London W8 5SA

 

 


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