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BACKYARD CINEMA UNVEILS ‘LOST WORLD’ EXPERIENCE

The alfresco cinema season may be drawing to a close, but that doesn’t mean we all have to return to the Odeon any time soon – theatrical cinema experts Backyard Cinema are set to unveil a forgotten jungle in south London…

Backyard Cinema, who were behind the Winter Night Garden at Winterville and Romeo + Juliet in St Mary’s Church, are set to unveil the Lost Word at Mercato Metropolitao, a new Italian market, supermarket and food and drink venue near Ministry of Sound in Elephant and Castle.

The themed cinema experts are screening a fantastic selection of classic action and adventure films – including childhood favourites The Jungle Book, Hook and The Goonies, as well as Hollywood blockbusters Jurassic Park, Predator and The Legend of Tarzan – within their very own urban jungle.

Decked out with tropical trees and plants, jungle sounds and temple ruins, the Lost World will launch on Friday 16 September.

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Navigate your way into a land that time forgot. Once making it through the jungle in one piece, customers will find a screening room decked out with giant beanbag seating, a huge screen and state-of-the-art audio equipment. Grab a jungle-themed cocktail from the bar and relax into a beanbag as the adventure turns into a cinema experience like no other.

Starting in its founder’s back garden, Backyard Cinema is a roaming, theatrical cinema that shows films in iconic, unusual and immersive locations, both in and outdoors, where detailed set builds, actors and live music combine to create a unique evening out.

Tickets, £16.50 (kids, £9.50); cocktail tickets, £25 (comes with signature jungle-themed cocktail); Date Night ticket (for two with bubbly, popcorn, ice cream & blankets), £65. 42 Newington Causeway SE1 6DR; backyardcinema.co.uk

Film Screenings
16 September: Jurassic Park, 8pm
17 September: Jungle Book 1967, 12.30pm; Hunger Games, 4.30pm; Jungle Book 2016, 8.30pm
18 September: The Incredibles, 12.30pm; Hook, 4.30pm; Captain America: Civil War, 8.30pm
20 September: Apocalypse Now, 8pm
21 September: King Kong, 8pm
22 September: Predator, 8pm
23 September: The Goonies, 8pm
24 September: The Lion King, 12.30pm; Pirates of the Caribbean: The Black Pearl, 4.30pm; Jurassic Park, 8.30pm
25 September: Disney’s Tarzan 1999, 12.30pm; Peter Pan 2003, 4.30pm; Apocalypto, 8.30pm;
27, 28 & 29 September: Rambo: First Blood, 8pm
1 October: Peter Pan (2003), 12.30pm; Jurassic Park, 4.30pm; Jurassic World, 8.30pm
2 October: Madagascar 2, 12.30pm; Zootopia, 4.30pm; Hook, 8.30pm

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