Prosecco picnic, anyone? Here’s a choice for Somerset House’s summer film screenings

May 17, 2017 - Picnic Time

A cruise and prosecco in Somerset House’s yard is already flattering unforgettable. Add a film and you’re fundamentally vital a dream. This year’s Summer Screen deteriorate kicks off on Aug 10, and we’ve got disdainful sum of a full line-up.

Tickets start from £17 and go on sale this Friday during 10am. Get in quick, since organized people snap ’em adult fast…

Premiere: An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power

Former US Vice President Al Gore is entrance to city to deliver a UK premiere of his timely climate-change sequel. Aug 10


This 2015 heist film is in genuine time, shot in a singular 138-minute take. Aug 11

Double bill: Donnie Darko + The Omen

A double check of creepy kids, from an angsty teen to a Antichrist. Aug 12

The Philadelphia Story

A romcom that sparkles like champagne, this tasty 1940 comedy of misunderstandings stars Katharine Hepburn as an heiress selecting between 3 men. Aug 13

‘Donnie Darko’


This year’s Best Picture Oscar leader – eventually – is a gem, a kind of film that creates we demeanour during all differently. Aug 14

All a President’s Men

Classic newsroom play about a reporters (played by Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman) who unclosed a Watergate conspiracy. Aug 15

Premiere: The Square

Catch this art-scene play with ‘Mad Men’ star Elisabeth Moss and Dominic West months before it’s in cinemas. Aug 16

Bhaji on a Beach

Gurinder Chadha’s 1993 comedy about a organisation of Asian women on a outing to Blackpool. Aug 17

In Bruges

Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson play talkative hoodlums in this infamous black comedy. Aug 18

Double bill: Jaws + Deliverance

It’s torpedo sharks or crazy hillbillies in a double check of presence classics. Aug 19

‘Cruel Intentions’

My Neighbour Totoro

Animation master Hayao Miyazaki’s poetic film about a lady who befriends a monster. Aug 20

Cruel Intentions

In this teen flick, Sarah Michelle Gellar is a spoilt princess who bets ladykiller Ryan Phillippe he can’t charm a virtuous God-botherer. Aug 21


The ultimate overhanging London movie, as photographer David Hemmings incidentally snaps a murder in a park. Aug 22

Premiere: Patti Cake$

One of a many hyped films of a summer, this shining indie crack follows a teenage rapper in New Jersey. She is Patricia Dombrowski, aka Killa P – or Dumbo to a haters. Catch it during Somerset House first. Aug 23

Here’s the ultimate beam to outdoor cinema in London this summer, including Time Out’s floating cinema

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