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You Can Go To This Outdoor Cinema In London For Free This Weekend

You Can Go To This Outdoor Cinema In London For Free This Weekend

London's Kings Cross has launched its free Everyman Film Festival again this summer.

If you're looking for something to do in the sun this weekend, then we might have found just the thing.

For anyone in London, there's a film festival currently ongoing, and it's absolutely free.

Situated at Kings Cross, the Summer Love Film Festival has been going on all month, but there's still one more chance to get yourself down there this weekend.

You can turn up to bagsy a spot free of charge, or if you want a coveted front row seat, you can also reserve this for free, on the Kings Cross App.

The open air cinema is only open until the end of the weekend (
Kings Cross)

We can promise you scenic views if you head down, as the film festival is happening right on the Regents Canal, with audience members are being offered spots on the canal-side steps, by Granary Square.

There will also be cosy bean bags for people to sit on, and showings in the day and the night, so nobody has to miss out on the fun.

Saturday 24th's showing is one for the kids, with Disney's Aladdin playing from 1pm.

Grab a Pimm's and pull up a beanbag (
King's Cross)

Then at 3pm, there's a screening of Jumanji, featuring the likes of Robin Williams, Jonathan Hyde, Kirsten Dunst, and at 5pm, there's Dumb and Dumber - a true classic starring Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels as two incredibly stupid friends.

At 7.30pm, it's time for the most romantic film of all time - Dirty Dancing. So, get ready to have the time of your lives...

Then, buckle up on Sunday, as Pixar fave, Moana is airing at 1pm. At 3pm is a real classic, Disney's original The Lion King. Tissues at the ready - we might stay for both screenings!

Dirty Dancing airs on Saturday night (Credit:Vestron Pictures)
Dirty Dancing airs on Saturday night (Credit:Vestron Pictures)

Then, at 5pm Singin' In The Rain - the infamous silent film Gene Kelley and Debbie Reynolds - is airing, followed by a showing of Jurassic Park at 7.30pm.

What. A. Weekend.

The cinema has been open all month, and also showed Wimbledon and the football when they were on.

But this weekend is the last weekend to experience it. We don't think this is one to miss.

Featured Image Credit: Kings Cross

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