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Free Films at the Scoop, London's Southbank is back for June

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Each Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in June there are free films shown in the amphitheatre on the Soutbank, just near to TowerBridge. Many people bring along a picnic - wine, nibbles, etc as well a… Read More
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Each Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in June there are free films shown in the amphitheatre on the Soutbank, just near to TowerBridge.

Many people bring along a picnic - wine, nibbles, etc as well as some sort of blanket / cushion! The concrete can be a little hard without some form of padding, natural or artificial!

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More London Free Festival

More London organises a Free Festival that runs from June until early September. Within the Festival is a programme of Free Films in June, Free Music in July and Free Theatre in August until 7th September.

The outdoor amphitheatre, The Scoop at More London, provides the iconic setting. There is no need to book seats are allocated on a first come first served basis. Many of the events reach capacity, so early arrival is highly recommended. Screenings for the films start at 9.30pm and seats must be taken by 9.15pm.

This year local caf?mano will be selling delicious bar-be-qued food and providing a bar service. So come down early, soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the Free Films.
Chicago

Wednesday 4 June

Musical set in 1920's Chicago starring Catherine Zeta-Jones and Renee Zellweger. Winner of six Oscars.

(2002 113 mins USA Cert 12A)
Rebecca

Thursday 5 June

Alfred Hitchcock's classic black and white film based on the Daphne du Maurier novel.

(1940 130 mins USA Cert PG)
The Usual Suspects

Friday 6 June

The story of five criminals (the usual suspects) agreeing to one last job but they're not the ones in control. Starring Gabriel Byrne, Kevin Spacey and Pete Postlethwaite

(1995 108 mins USA Cert 18)
The General

Wednesday 11 June

Silent comedy classic starring Buster Keaton with live piano accompaniment by Neil Brand.

(1926 78mins USA Cert U)
Atonement

Thursday 12 June

Lives are irrevocably changed when an accusation is made to an innocent man. Based on the novel by Ian McEwan.

(2007 122mins GB Cert 15)
The Dam Busters

Friday 13 June

The dramatic true-life story of the man who invented an ingenious technique to drop bombs. Black and white. Starring Michael Redgraves.

(1954 124 mins GB Cert U)
The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Wednesday 18 June

A newly engaged coupled breakdown in an isolated area and visit the residence of Dr Frank-N-Furter. Worth dressing up for!

(1975 101 mins GB Cert 12)
Henry V

Thursday 19 June

Based on one of Shakespeare's most popular plays, staring and directed by Laurence Olivier. This historical epic tells the story of a young English king who waged war on the French.

(1944 137 mins GB Cert U)
Michael Clayton

Friday 20 June

An attorney (George Clooney) known as The Fixer comes across the biggest case of his career that could produce disastrous results for those involved.

(2007 119 mins USA Cert 15)
Withnail & I

Wednesday 25 June

Two "resting" actors decide to leave their squalid London flat for an idyllic holiday in the countryside. Classic comedy starring Richard E Grant.

(1986 107 mins GB Cert 15)
Don't Look Now

Thursday 26 June

Daphne Du Maurier's tale of grief, murder and fear of insanity. Set in Venice and starring Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland.

(1973 110 mins GB Cert 15)
The Sound of Music

Friday 27 June

Rodgers and Hammerstein classic. The more you see it the more it becomes one of your favourite things! Starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer.

(1965 174 mins US U)



Please note:

In the event of rain the show may have to be cancelled. A cancellation decision will be taken 30 minutes before the screening starts.

Seats will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Once capacity is reached, admission will be on a one out, one in basis. The Scoop at More London reserves the right to refuse entry. The organiser reserved the right to make last minutes chance to the schedule for reasons beyond its control.
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