If you haven’t already been introduced to the lovely folk at The Nomad Cinema, then take heed. They’re a roaming pop-up cinema (obviously) that donates 100% of it’s profits to charity. They have a little taster video to tell you a little more about them:
They’re hosting a fantastic programme of events all over London this summer at a diverse range of locations including the new Grosvenor Film Festival venue, St. Mark’s, Mayfair, a stunning Grade l listed landmark in the heart of the capital.
And it’s one particular screening at the new St Mark’s venue this very Friday (3rd June) that we think you might be interested in. And here’s a quick teaser as to what it might be in Nomad Cinema’s own words:
Described as “one of horror’s masterpieces” (Roger Ebert), it’s time to prepare yourself for one of the most odd and incredible films of all time. From inside the beauty of new Grosvenor Film Festival venue, St Mark’s, Mayfair, you’ll be transported to the austere Venice, as one couple’s (Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland) trip to escape a recent trauma turns into a holiday from hell. With shocks round every corner, it’s all too easy to look away, but we would advise viewers that they DO look, particularly during the ending scene that has to be seen to be believed!
Yes. You guessed it. 1973’s undenyable classic Don’t Look Now. You can grab yourself a ticket here (including a comfortable seat on a Persian rug if you wish) and don’t forget – anything they make in profit will go to charity. So you can fill your hearts with good feelings, then empty them again with terror. Win win.
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