Walk-in cinemas launch you can enjoy socially distanced films out in the sunshine – Latest News


Pubs, bars and restaurants are unlikely to open for a while.

While going to the park or enjoying a socially distant barbecue is all well and good – it’s starting to get old.

The Free Range Film Club is launching a series of outdoor cinema nights, with drinks and food ordered to your picnic blanket – and you don’t need a car

We can’t wait to get out of the house (safely)

But, a new tribe of entertainment venues is blooming in the meantime.

The UK has been under lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic for several months now and we’re all getting bored.

Drive-in cinemas, usually the reserve of vintage American films, have popped up. Brilliant!

Which most of us are OK with, as it saves lives.

Luckily, another cinema-style experience is coming Britain.

That stat skyrockets in London, where 46% of households don’t drive.

Unless, you’re one of the 33% of UK households who don’t own a car.

Free Range Film Club is bringing screens to some of London’s nicest parks and commons.

And, you don’t need a car for this one.

Because guests will be required to sit apart, as per government guidelines, capacity is limited.

From July to September all you’ll need for a socially distanced cinema trip with your pals is some picnic blankets.

This means tickets are rather exclusive, and you should snap them up quickly.

Free Range Cinema Club are the company behind the Clapham Common Winterville festival.

Venues have yet to be announced, but there will be one in North, South, East and West London.

Plus, event organisers are aiming to make them easily accessible to walk or cycle to.

So it’s bound to be an enjoyable event.


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