If you haven't seen the latest Star Wars movie yet then here's a fantastic opportunity... how about watching it at the Royal Observatory?
The Last Jedi proved to be a bit controversial when it came out and split the fan community in half. I won't get into the details because we'll be here all day... suffice to say the ending is a bit of a shocker.
It tells the ongoing story of Rey's training with Luke, and Kylo's attempts to destroy the Rebellion.
After the screening you'll be treated to a presentation about the physics of space dogfights and how to go about building a lightsabre.
Craig’s review of Royal Observatory – “When I was a kid I always wanted to be a spaceman. Well actually that's not quite true: I wanted to be Darth Vader. So I've always had an interest in the Royal Observatory. I don't think people quite realise how serious it is though. They turn up thinking it's going to be full of spaceships and entertainment for the kiddies but it's actually more for the adults. It's… continued”
A Valentine’s Evening with the Stars – 14 Feb 2019 – Take your date to the Royal Observatory for a romantic evening looking at the stars through their Victorian telescope.
Love Actually, with a live orchestra – 4 Dec 2018 – The Theatre Royal will be screening the Christmas movie Love Actually, with the score performed by a live orchestra
Free film screening of Scrooge (1951) – 8 Dec 2018 – The Wallace Collection will be screening Scrooge - arguably the best-ever version of Charles' Dickens Christmas classic
Home Alone — at Kensington Palace – 17 and 22 Dec 2018 – Kensington Palace will be showing Macaulay Culkin's Home Alone on a big screen by the Orangery.
Hugh Jackman in The Greatest Showman – 17 Dec 2018 – Watch Hugh Jackman starring in The Greatest Showman on a big screen by the Orangery at Kensington Palace.
Miracle on 34th Street — at Kensington Palace – 18 Dec 2018 – Watch the feel-good Christmas movie Miracle on 34th Street on a big screen by the Orangery at Kensington Palace.
Watch Die Hard at Kensington Palace – 18 Dec 2018 – Watch Bruce Willis in the classic action movie Die Hard on a big screen by the Orangery at Kensington Palace.
Disclaimer: Event details can change at short notice and you should reconfirm everything before making plans