Watch Labyrinth at an outdoor cinema

Victoria Embankment Gardens, Victoria Embankment, London

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
7th August 2019
Doors open 7.15 PM
Film starts at 8.45 PM
Tickets & Cost:
£17.50 to £30

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How about watching a big blockbuster movie under the stars? The Luna Cinema will be putting up an outdoor screen in Victoria Embankment Gardens for four nights this year -- that's the little park that's sandwiched between Victoria Embankment and the Strand. Hopefully it won't rain (don't worry, it never rains in London).

Tonight's movie is Labyrinth (U, 98 mins), which tells the story of Jennifer Connelly's attempts to rescue her baby brother from an otherworldly maze run by David Bowie's Goblin King.

Note: You need to bring your own blanket to sit on. You can also pre-order one when booking your tickets, or buy one on the night. Premium tickets already come with a decent seat and a complimentary drink at the bar. Bear in mind that screenings will still go ahead in bad weather -- so be prepared for a bit of cold.


> Talk about Labyrinth

> Craig’s review of Victoria Embankment Gardens – “There's a solid fog this morning. I was going to take some photos but I'd need a blow torch to clear it, so I've decided to mope around Victoria Embankment Gardens for a bit. I love this little park. It might even be my favourite park in London. I don't know why, because it's nothing special -- it's just a nice little place to walk through instead of pinballing past… continued”

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