Sunday, 6 July 2014

The Power of Summer Pop-up Cinema at Battersea Power Station, with food from Street Feast

This summer, from 10th July to 31st August, Everyman Cinema is holding outdoor screenings at the Battersea Power Station site, SW8, with food from Street Feast.  Entry is £16.50 for the films (inc Bill & Ted, The Jungle Book, Blues Brothers, Drive and lots more), or just £5.50 for general entry which will get you access to the food traders.  See a fill list of films here

"This summer, Battersea Power Station and Everyman, in association with Heineken, bring you a pop up experience like no other.
Featuring Street Feast, London’s finest food, drink and party people, who will be bringing some of the best food traders from across London, including Le Bun, Spit & Roast, Popdogs, Mama’s Jerk and Anna Maes. The choice on offer will be unrivalled as well as a partially covered bar area including a Prosecco & Oyster Bar.
There will of course be lots going on, including the best films and the FIFA World Cup Final (free for Escape to Victory ticket holders) as well as the inimitable buzz of Everyman and Street Feast, all beneath the iconic towers of the Power Station.
Choose from bespoke two or four person pods with waiter service included, or our comfortable bean bags under the sun, or simply soak up the atmosphere with general admission tickets available each day. 
The park is open from 12pm daily and general admission is free before 5.30pm on weekdays. Visitors are encouraged to come down as early as they wish to make full use of the event space and experience."

When - 10th July - 31st August, open from 12 noon daily.  Films generally start at 6pm and 8.30pm

Where - Battersea Power Station, 188 Kirtling St, London SW8 5BN

Tickets - £5.50 for Street Feast, or £16.50 for films, from Ticketmaster here


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Link - The Power of Summer

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1 comment:

  1. The noise from these films is totally unacceptable. I cannot even hear my TV and cannot try to go to bed and sleep. Wandsworth noise pollution have been contacted but doubt they can do much! Help!,