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Film4 is sponsoring the outdoor film screenings taking place at Somerset house this summer. What can be better than watching iconic cinema beneath the stars in London?

London’s best-loved open-air cinema is back this August with an extended programme of films over 14 nights. Presented in the magnificent 18th century courtyard on a giant screen with full surround sound, Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House features comedy, romance, musicals, thrillers and much loved classics.

With early evening DJ sessions, providing the ideal soundtrack to your picnic, Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House is the ultimate cinema experience and the highlight of the summer calendar.

Sounds like a fun night out!

Here is the film schedule:

  • 8 August – World premiere of Richard Curtis’ About Time
  • 9 August – Whatever Happened to Baby Jane
  • 10 August – Mean Girls + Carrie + The Loved Ones
  • 11 August – The Untouchables
  • 12 August – Guys and Dolls
  • 13 August – UK premiere of The Way Way Back
  • 14 August – Kes
  • 15 August – Throne of Blood
  • 16 August – Predator + Throne of Blood
  • 17 August – Badlands + Raising Arizona
  • 18 August – Crazy Stupid Love
  • 19 August – The Red Shoes
  • 20 August – Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
  • 21 August – UK premiere of Prince Avalanche

This is a very popular event so you are advised to buy your tickets in advance.

Click here for more details.

Author: jonathan

Jonathan is a consummate Anglophile who launched Anglotopia.net in 2007 to channel his passion for Britain. Londontopia is its sister publication dedicated to everything London.