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Things to do in London: Outdoor film experience
Published: Thursday 24th of June 2010
With summer in full swing, a number of big screen have sprung up across the culture capital giving both Londoners as well visitors a chance to catch some great movies in the sunshine.
Movie buffs can choose from an unusual cinema experience at the Syon Park or opt for a lazy relaxed screening by the Thames at the open-air venue Scoop.
Visitors to the Somerset House will be treated to posh movie experience set amid its historic courtyard. The event is backed by Film4 and Bafta and features interesting behind the scenes clips which add to the complete viewing experience.
Travellers can also make the most of the sunny days by enjoying some live music, circus, acrobatic performances as well as fresh honey from beehives installed as part of the City of London Festival.
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Posted by Samantha Reed
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