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on from its successful launch season, Film Fugitive is hiding out once again in some of London’s churches, transforming them into candlelit cinemas. “Pull up a Pew” Season will be showcasing some of Alfred Hitchcock’s cinematic classics, including Psycho, The 39 Steps, Notorious and Rear Window.

Launching on 20th April, Film Fugitive returns to two of its favourite churches in Notting Hill and Fulham, with three screenings scheduled for weekends in April and one in May.

A Film Fugitive event isn’t like an ordinary trip to the movies. On arrival you will be met by a themed fugitive, inside you will find usherette girls selling handmade cupcakes, brownies and popcorn, along with a pop up bar serving mulled cider, alcoholic hot chocolate and much more.

Tickets are on sale from 9am on Tuesday 10th April, costing from £7.50 for concessions to £14 for adults. A visit to the church has never been so appealing!