Open air cinema in London makes for the perfect summer evening out and The Handbook has teamed up with the capital’s best, The Luna Cinema, to offer one lucky winner a pair of tickets to the screening of their choice as part of the Luna 2017 season.
The Luna Cinema’s venues include some of the most iconic settings imaginable in which to experience your favourite films. The 2017 line up includes everywhere from Royal Palaces, including Kensington Palace and Hampton Court Palace, summer theatres – Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre and Opera Holland Park, to stunning parks and green spaces such as Battersea Park, Dulwich Park, Victoria Embankment Gardens and Greenwich Park and historic sites such as Alexandra Palace, Kenwood House, Victoria Tower Gardens (literally next to the Houses of Parliament) Fulham Palace and Chiswick House. Throw in Kew Gardens, Ascot Racecourse and the breathtaking One New Change in the city, with views behind the screen over St Paul’s Cathedral, not to mention the first ever screenings at Westminster Abbey and you have the ultimate summer of cinema under the stars.
The films aren’t bad either, with everything from Hollywood classics such as Casablanca and Breakfast At Tiffany’s to this years’ award winners, La La Land, Arrival and Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, via cult classics such as The Princess Bride, Top Gun, The Goonies, Groundhog Day and The Lost Boys.
You can bring a picnic or enjoy the fantastic hot food and full bar at every screening. For all details go to thelunacinema.com
T&Cs: The winner will be notified via email/phone no more than 3 days after the closing date. The winner has 3 days to accept the prize and respond to the promoter via phone or email, otherwise a new winner will be chosen at random. Tickets are non-refundable, non-transferable and there is no cash alternative.
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