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A Socially Distanced Cinema Is Coming To The UK - And You Don't Need A Car

A Socially Distanced Cinema Is Coming To The UK - And You Don't Need A Car

Lockdown has already brought drive-in cinemas to the UK - but another socially distanced outdoor cinema experience is coming, and it doesn't require a car.

Free Range Film Club will be bringing film screens to some of the capital's prettiest parks and green spaces from July through to September, and all you and your pals need to bring is a picnic blanket.

The outdoor screening experience has been redesigned with social distancing in mind, meaning it will be super exclusive and very spaced out.

Groups sit a safe distance apart in allocated areas, which means that capacity is limited - so don't sleep on it when it comes to buying tickets.

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Free Range Film Club will bring films to the capital parks and green spaces from July to September (Credit: Unsplash)
Free Range Film Club will bring films to the capital parks and green spaces from July to September (Credit: Unsplash)

As to the venues, they haven't yet been announced, but we do know they're spread evenly across the capital, with one in east, west, south and north London.

Free Range Film Club comes from the brains behind Clapham Common's Winterville Festival - so it's safe to say that we can expect impressive levels of production.

Plus, the venues will be conveniently located in neighbourhoods, with the idea being that filmgoers have an 'easy walk or cycle' from home.

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Once there, you can expect to find a selection of delicious street food options, sizzling barbecue bites and refreshing bevvies that can be ordered straight to your blanket.

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The list of films isn't yet available but is said to include "cult classics, feel good faves and indie flicks". Ticket prices are are also still pending.

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While it may be a while before the capital's outdoor cinema scene back to where it was before the crisis, it's so good to see new creations like this springing up.

We can't wait to snuggle up under the stars.

Featured Image Credit: Unsplash

Topics: lockdown, TV and Film, Cinema

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