Tina Engstrom

Film4 Summer Screen Returns To Somerset House

Film4 Summer Screen returns to the iconic courtyard at Somerset House in London from 6–19 August for 14 nights of open-air film screenings.

Ticket holders can enjoy a film under the stars with a drink and picnic, with live DJ sets and special-guest introductions to keep everyone busy throughout the night. The titles planned for this year include British cult classic Withnail and I, starring Richard E. Grant; Spike Lee’s incendiary 1980s masterpiece Do the Right Thing; the Quentin Tarantino imagined road-movie True Romance; and romantic-comedy Roman Holiday, which introduced the world to Audrey Hepburn.

These outdoor viewings are incredible popular, so if interested, head over to the Somerset House website and order today!   

Somerset House - Film4 Summer Screen

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