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for what to do on a totes balmy evening? British Summer Time in Hyde Park’s Film Festival in association with SNOG have THE answer. Over five nights in late June hitting the big screen will be 80s blockbusters, chick flicks, classic films and musicals you can sing along to. It all kicks off on Friday 19th June with a screening of celebrated British movie Pride and classic The Wizard of Oz. Evening screenings start  Monday 23rd June include Ghostbusters, Mamma Mia, Spinal Tap and Bridesmaids meaning there is a film for literally everyone. So forget that dull multiplex because Barclaycard Presents British Summer Time Hyde Park best place to catch a movie.

Entry is FREE but access to the screening area is on a first come, first served basis, so grab that picnic blanket and head down to Hyde Park to secure your spot.

Fri 19th – Thurs 25th June 2015