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this another Pop up cinema? Sure is! You may have seen our recent posts on film screenings in The Comedy Pub and the Full Stop Bar but now these guerrilla screenings are breaking out of pubs and into the more atmospheric surroundings of churches all over London.

As their name suggests, Film Fugitive is rarely found in the same place twice, popping up at new venues every week to screen cult classics and all time great movies. This March sees the start of the ‘Pull Up A Pew’ season of five screenings in churches and focuses on three diverse genres; horror, musicals and silent movies, so there is something for everyone.

The event kicks of on Saturday 10th March at St John’s in Notting Hill with the classic Christopher Lee Hammer Horror ‘Dracula’ (sold out), which is guaranteed to be even spookier in the gothic surroundings. The rest of the month will see gothic silent movie ‘The Cabinet of Dr Caligari’ at St George the Martyr in Borough on Saturday 17th which is sure to appeal to fans of Leo DiCaprio’s ‘Shutter Island’; retro musical Bugsy Malone on Saturday 24th at All Saint’s in Kingston; silent classic ‘Steamboat Bill Jnr’ again at All Saint’s on Saturday 24th and reprising with Bugsy Malone again on Saturday 31st, this time at St Dionis in Parson’s Green.

All tickets are priced at £14 or £7.50 for concessions.  Book now for future events – these tickets will sell out!

Saturdays throughout March