August 2014 sees the highly anticipated return of the ‘Make it Ealing Rooftop Society’ bought to you by Ealing Broadway BID and Land Securities, in close partnership with Ealing Council and supported by Network Rail.
From Wednesday 6 August to Sunday 31 August the seventh floor of Springbridge car park, will be transformed into an outdoor cinema as the ‘Make it Ealing Rooftop Society’ welcomes the return of the Timeout recommended ‘Rooftop Film Club’ back to Ealing, the home of London film. Sit back, relax and enjoy your favourite films.
As well as showing cult classics and Hollywood blockbusters, the site will also play host to The Frontier Rooftop Bar, which will be open to all from 19:00 – 22:00, Wednesday to Sunday. Enjoy a drink whilst watching the sunset over West London. Frontier craft lager is proud to be the official beer partner for the ‘Make it Ealing Rooftop Society’. Enjoy a pre film drink as the sun set across the London skyline, before tucking into deckchairs under warm blankets and settling in front of the big screen.
The ‘Make it Ealing Menu’ will offer a range of takeaway options both savoury and sweet from local businesses such as Firezza Pizza, Okawari, Green Mango Café, Kerbisher & Malt and Creams Café, which will be delivered to your seat and new for 2014 is a pre-order drinks service so you won’t need to miss a moment of the film.
Ann Hunter, Chief Executive of Ealing Broadway BID, said
“We are thrilled to be working with Land Securities and Ealing Council once again to bring a cinema back in the centre of Ealing. We are putting Ealing on the map as West London’s capital of culture, and by working with award winning and innovative partners such as Rooftop Film Club and Cellar Door we hope to attract new audiences to the area. With major new high quality developments including the new film quarter in the pipeline there has never been a better time to come to Ealing.”
William Terry, Development Manager at Land Securities, added:
“We’re delighted to support Ealing Broadway BID’s fantastic initiative for a second year, bringing film back to the heart of Ealing while we progress our plans for the Ealing Filmworks development, which will provide a permanent multi-screen cinema opposite the town hall.
Councillor Julian Bell, leader of Ealing Council, said:
“Ealing is best known for its film studios and this summer festival event is a great way to celebrate our proud heritage whilst we await the return of a permanent cinema complex. This is a creative use of the car park space and a fantastic opportunity to experience the atmosphere of cinema outdoors.”
About Your Visit: The Springbridge Car Park roof space is open from 7pm so please join us early to enjoy delicious food & drink from the rooftop bar plus fantastic views.
The cinema box office opens at 7:00pm and your screening will start around 8:00pm.
At the box office you can collect your tickets, headphones and blankets (if necessary). Please note that blankets are available on a first come, first served basis.
All events are 18+
We look forward to seeing you on the rooftop soon.
Tickets available from HERE
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