Pop up summer cinema brings cult films to Morden
Kick back in the park this summer with a cult film and a cold beer as Pop Up Screens take over London's green spaces.
Morden Hall Park will host the super sized screens from August 17-19 with film showings of The Big Lebowski, Taken and Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
Pop Up Screens founder David Leydon said: "I love movies, but I got to the stage of hating going to the cinema. I hated paying an exorbitant ticket price only to leave dissatisfied. I hated that slow sensation of your feet sticking to the carpet. I hated the way the whole experience left me feeling"
He added: "I want the movie and the experience to stick with me and not in the way the carpet normally does. A bit of value would be nice too. Most of all, I wanted an actual experience."
Film-goers can fill up on homemade popcorn and sample exotic meats, including ostrich, springbok and wildebeest, whilst enjoying pre-film performances from poet Dan Simpson, comedian Helen Arney and digital art from the Live Live Project.
Hand crafted beer will be available from Brewdog and Freedom Breweries.
Tickets start at £8 but film buffs can buy a season ticket for all 21 films for £50 or a weekender pass for three films for £21.
Pop Up Screens at Morden Park; Morden Park, Morden; August 17 to 19; from £8; popupscreens.co.uk.