Outdoor cinema — The Greatest Showman

Address:
Old Royal Naval College, King William Walk, Greenwich, London
Tel:
0208 269 4799

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
30th August 2019
Doors open 6.30 PM
Film starts at 8 PM
Tickets & Cost:
£16.50 to £29
See thelunacinema.com

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Forget the big cinemas in Leicester Square, with their huge queues and crushed-up popcorn on the floor... how about watching a movie on an outdoor-screen instead? This summer the Luna Cinema will be showing a few movies in the spectacular setting of the Old Royal Naval College.

Tonight's movie stars Hugh Jackman in the Oscar-nominated musical The Greatest Showman (12A, 106 mins), about the birth of Barnum & Bailey's Circus.

Note: Be aware that there's limited seating capacity so advanced booking is recommended. It's also recommended that you bring your own blanket to sit on (or you can pre-order one when you book). Premium tickets will include a better seating position and a complimentary drink at the bar. Bear in mind that bad weather will not stop the screening going ahead, so prepare for a bit of drizzle and cold. (This is London, after all!)

 

> Talk about Greatest Showman

> Craig’s review of Old Royal Naval College – “My favourite moments at the Old Royal Naval College all involve me walking around in the sun (because it's always sunny here) and hearing classical music drifting out of the open windows. If ever a place was made for classical music it's this place. You feel like there should be some Regency dandies walking around the gravel paths, and people with big white wigs and p… continued”

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