If you don't remember the sixties, don't worry – neither did they
It's summertime people and this could only mean one thing – all hail the rooftop cinema. Screening magicians Press Play are back with a bang and bring to you the best modern day classics across the capital's most tasteful and exclusive venues. Expect breathtaking views, top-notch movies and all in all unforgettable evening. For this one get ready for the 1987 British black comedy film written and directed by Bruce Robinson about two struggling actors that decide to leave London for a countryside break. Funny, blunt and definitely memorable. - Bruce Robinson won an Evening Standard British Film Award for Best Screenplay - Broadway House is a members club located located within a one minute walk from Fulham Broadway - BBQ food + drinks will be on offer from 7pm - Partnering up with the guys at Propercorn who will be providing everyone with a free bag of popcorn - POPS will also be available on the roof, the world's first champagne ice popsicle, plus Colicci Ice Cream tubs on sale "To pronounce oneself immune to the charms of Withnail and I is to declare oneself a philistine, a Puritan and a snob." – The Independent "Fans can mouth the words of Grant's big speeches along with him, relishing every viperish turn of phrase...this is and always will be a perfect dark comedy and a student staple." – Empire Certificate: 15. Valid ID required. Runtime: 1 hour 45 minutes. We would recommend bringing a jumper, rug, pillow, anything to keep you warm and snug. No refunds are accepted unless the event is cancelled due to adverse weather conditions.
"A touching farewell to a lost era."