Entertainment and art in the outdoor grounds of the world's first public galleryLondon is a bubbly cauldron of never-ending options when it comes to a night out – galleries, cinema, partying and the list goes on. What if you didn't have to choose because there was a night that combines it all? Head down to the Dulwich Picture Gallery and watch the 1935 initial release of The 39 Steps directed by Alfred Hitchcock in their outdoor grounds. The fun doesn't stop there as you are also entitled entry to the Ravilious exhibition – the watercolour feast by British illustrator and designer Eric Ravilious. That's not enough? A free dance class with renowned dance school Swing Patrol will do the trick then. See you there.
Ticket includes entry to the Ravilious exhibition, screening of 39 Steps and a free dance class with renowned dance school Swing Patrol. Dress code: vintage ('30s-'40s).