Come and join us at Nomad’s summer programme of pop-up film screenings across London
Fancy watching Jaws in Hyde Park Lido, Psycho in Brompton Cemetry (pictured) or The Jungle Book in Bushy Park? Nomad are taking classic cinema on the move around the capital until 30 September this year and its choice of locations are often as inspired as the films themselves.
We’re delighted to be one of the sponsors and have been umming ahhing over the programme since the start of its summer season in May. Not only is this a fun night out but you’ll be extra glowy knowing that 100 per cent of the profits go to charity.
The Nomad is the brainchild of the team behind the UK’s first community social enterprise cinema, The Lexi Cinema in north-west London, who support, amongst other local initiatives, The Sustainability Institute in South Africa, which is a pioneering sustainable living and learning centre based in rural Stellenbosch. It makes a difference to the quality of life for the families there by funding projects such as a crèche for local infants, school meals, solar power and water management systems, as well as after school football, karate and filmmaking clubs for young people.
With the aim of ‘transforming lives through film’, The Lexi Cinema and Nomad bring communities together, creating a shared experience and new memories just through having a good time. Plus you get to see some of London’s most inspiring, diverse and quirky landmarks in a totally different way. You can even take your dog along to the screening of Best in Show at Queen’s Park in support of The Mayhew Animal Home.
There are some great offers on tickets too – a Nomad Passport to London loyalty card is valid for three events and gets you into the end of summer party. The Magic Carpet upgrade at selected events gives you fast-track access, a spot in a prime viewing area, a carpet to sit on (inspired by The Big Lebowski’s The Dude of course), back supports, and fleece blankets that are yours to keep, plus goodie bags filled with drinks and treats. See good and feel good this summer.
Tickets available now from whereisthenomad.com