Beautiful outdoor cinemas in the UK you need to visit this summer
Watch films al fresco with cinemas set up in a series of stunning locations
Backyard Cinema, Camden
A grand setting, stripey deckchairs and a film by starlight. With outdoor cinemas popping up around the country a trip to the movies just got a whole lot better looking.
Hampton Court Palace
Watch films on the East Front Lawns with Henry VIII’s palace as a magnificent backdrop. thelunacinema.com
Film4 Summer Screen host fourteen nights of films on London’s largest outdoor screen at the neoclassical setting of Somerset House
Four nights of classic films in the lush gardens at the royal residence.
Brighton’s Big Screen
A beachfront cinema offering over 90 screenings beside iconic landmarks Brighton Pier and Brighton Wheel.
Kew Palace provides the backdrop for these screenings in the lavish botanical gardens.
Leaving London for the first time the floating cinema head along the waterways visiting Brentford, Reading, Bath, Bristol and more. Take in an intimate on-board screening or join the large scale outdoor screening for 500+.
One of England's oldest castles, originally built in 1608 by William the Conqueror. thelunacinema.com
York House Garden
Watch films in the elegant gardens surrounding the historic stately house
Outdoor cinema in the grounds of a towering castle once owned by Edward I.
The roaming cinema settles in Camden Market for the summer with mainstream films screened at Camden Lock Place and indie offerings at the more intimate Cuban Screen