Ice cream concoctors embrace the summer with an open-air cinema series
Summer and open-air cinema go together like two scoops in a cone. Powered by human cycling, the latest in environmentally friendly hybrid power and of course deliciously euphoric Fairtrade ice cream, Ben & Jerry's Big Ice Screenings are taking it up a notch. They're gonna be showing an epic selection of cult classics in the lush surroundings of Clapham Common, matched by an on-site experience that's next-level cool. A sneak peek at what you can expect: - A market of food and drink stalls such as DogTown, Karma Cola and Bad Boys Bakery - Games zones, climate change and recycling zones, and a Ben & Jerry's merchandise tent - "First come first served" seating, from blankets and beanbags to directors chairs and grassy astro-turf sofas - Tickets include free unlimited Ben & Jerry's ice cream What do you do when your perfect relationship comes to an unexpected end? When hopeless romantic Joseph Gordon-Levitt gets dumped by his girlfriend (Zooey Deschanel) he takes a trip down memory lane to contemplate on the reasons that brought them to the end. The result of his reflection is a romantic comedy about how you should never neglect who you are even when you are in a relationship. "500 Days is otherwise a different kind of love story: an honest one that takes a piece out of you." – Rolling Stone "Perfectly played, simultaneously serious and light, endlessly inventive, this is a strong contender for the most original date movie of the year. Terrific stuff." – Empire Certificate 12A. Running time: 1 hour 35 minutes. Valid ID may be required for entry and the bar. Any food and drink not purchased on site is prohibited. Management reserves the right to carry out bag searches, and refuse admission or eject ticket holders without refund in reasonable circumstances; this includes in response to antisocial behaviour. Check out www.benjerry.co.uk/home/whats-new/screenings/terms-and-conditions for full terms and conditions.
"An irresistible feel-good movie about love gone bad."