Pop Up cinema to return to Peckham for winter season of events

Pop Up Screens An independent pop-up cinema has announced it will return this winter with a season of events.

Pop Up Screens will be taking over Bussey Building in Peckham with their Pop up Peckham Series running from October 23 – December 20.

The series will feature scary screenings in a forbidden forest, the first ever Peckham Comedy Festival, a half-term family film festival and the return of Cinema in the Snow – a cinematic Christmas experience set in a magical snow-filled wonderland.

Kicking off the schedule of events will be The Forbidden Forest Cinema, a collection of immersive fright night Halloween screenings.

Visitors must brave their way through a forbidden forest before discovering an eerie woodland cinema as the setting for their film.

Films include Halloween horror favourites such as: A Nightmare on Elm Street, Hereditary, It, Beetlejuice, Scream, The Shining and The Blair Witch Project as well as cult classics like Donnie Darko, Rocky Horror Picture Show, From Dusk Till Dawn, Labyrinth and The Craft.

Half-term screenings of Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit, Onward, Moana, Minions and Toy Story 4 will also be part of the schedule, coupled with a family friendly magical adventure through the mysterious forest.

The Peckham Comedy Festival will run from November 19-22 and the return of Cinema in the Snow will take place from November 27 – December 20. Tickets can be booked from www.popupscreens.co.uk


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