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‘the ultimate cinema experience’ Hot Tub Cinema – London
November 28, 2017, 7:30 pm
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There are so many great options when it comes to pop-up cinema locations; rooftops, courtyards and parks. Combine that with sitting in a hot tub and you may possibly have the ultimate cinema experience, where you get to enjoy some of your favourite cult films. However if you are thinking of calmly relaxing back and soothing those aching muscles, maybe think again. As the London based event website states they don’t just watch films they celebrate them. They encourage you to dress up, sing, dance, drink and play while enjoying your favourite films with friends. An idea that started as a backyard party with one tub has now grown to have 30 tubs, two screens and surround sound.

You can book a whole tub to share with six of your friends and every tub even comes with it’s own waiter. So no chilly dashes to the pop-corn machine for top ups and you don’t even have to worry if it rains.

Check the cinema events calendar to see where the Hot Tub cinema will be making a splash next!
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Mr Stay Puft!

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‘Delivering Cinema To The Highlands And Islands Of Scotland’ Screen Machine
November 21, 2017, 7:00 pm
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Not all mobile and pop-up cinemas need to be outdoors and if you are in Scotland during the colder months it probably sounds like a more inviting prospect to snuggle up in the back of a warm truck to watch a movie. But this isn’t any old truck this is a state of the art 80 seat cinema. In fact once the sides of the truck have been opened out and you step inside it looks just like a regular cinema that you would find in the city. The beauty of this engineering marvel is not only how it transforms but it’s mobility, and that people in the rural highlands and Islands of Scotland can now enjoy latest release movies in a quality cinema environment.

The Screen Machine travels to over 40 communities, spending between one and four days in each location before transforming back into a truck and hitting the road again. With most tours taking between ten to twelve weeks.

If you live or are holidaying in Scotland jump on their website and track the Screen Machine down, for an awesome and truly unique cinema experience.

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Monday evening on Raasay.

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‘A Cinema With A Postcard View’ St. George OpenAir Cinema
November 4, 2017, 7:00 pm
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If you are an avid moviegoer and happen to be in Sydney Australia you should definitely check out the St. George OpenAir Cinema. Located on Mrs Macquaries Point with a picture perfect postcard view of the Sydney Opera house and Harbour bridge. If that wasn’t enough you can also dine on fine food and wine. This is truly a cinematic experience that’s bound to etch itself into the fond memories file in your brain.

‘From early evening patrons gather with friends at the harbour’s edge to make the most of the stunning views and vibrant atmosphere. Partnering with leading caterers and beverage providers, the event’s harbourside bar and restaurant deliver an extensive range of high quality meals, snacks, champagnes, wines, beers, ciders and spring waters.

Then at nightfall, an unrivaled cinematic experience unfolds when our giant screen is hydraulically raised from Sydney Harbour to stand three storeys high before a 2000 seat grandstand. 32 speaker surround sound, and a film program including premieres, previews and the best of current and recent releases completes an unforgettable night.’ – St. George OpenAir Website.

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