The Luna Cinema returns to the Natural History Museum this Valentine's season

The Luna Cinema returns to the Natural History Museum this Valentine's season

Uma Therman in Tarantino's Kill Bill Vol.1

The capital's most majestic museum to host three evenings of traditional and not-so-traditional Valentine's films

Following a sell-out season of Halloween screenings and a successful Christmas cinema programme The Luna Cinema return with Movie Nights at the Museum this Valentine's. Between Thu 14–Sat 16 Feb London's Natural History Museum will provide the backdrop for six Valentine's screenings.

As the UK's leading producer of pop-up film screenings you can trust that The Luna Cinema are doing it in style, having programmed a smart mixture of traditional and not-so-traditional Valentine's films.

For all the lovers out there traditional romcom titles include 90's classic Pretty Woman, recent musical hit A Star Is Born, all rounder Love Actually and tear-jerker The Notebook.

Too gooey for you? How about something more anti-Valentine's like the kickass Kill Bill Vol 1. or Ridley Scott's masterpiece Thelma and Louise.

An epic location calls for an epic cinematic experience and attendees will enjoy their chosen film in the museum's majestic Hintze Hall, home of Hope the awe-inspiring Blue Whale skeleton.

Ticket holders will receive a complimentary box of popcorn and free access to the Natural History Museum's exhibition, Life in the Dark. This ticket can be redeemed anytime between Thu 14--Sun 24 Feb, so that's two dates for the price of one.

Movie Nights at The Museum Valentine's schedule:
Thu 14 Feb – The Notebook, 7pm
Thu 14 Feb – Pretty Woman, 9.45pm
Fri 15 Feb – Kill Bill Vol. 1, 7pm
Fri 15 Feb – Thelma and Louise, 9.30pm
Sat 16 Feb – A Star is Born, 7pm
Sat 16 Feb – Love Actually, 9.55pm

Tickets for The Luna Cinema Valentine's screenings are on sale now.

Luna Cinema Valentine's Screenings

Get in the romantic mood with a series of Valentine's-themed movie screenings.

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