Posted May 13, 2011 by Marcia Degia - Publisher in Features

Rooftop Film Club

Rooftop Film Club is the exciting new outdoor film experience showing classic, cult and recent film releases on the rooftop of the Queen of Hoxton.

Last month FimJuice and two lucky competition winners enjoyed Romeo & Juliet (1996), the night hosted by Lauren Laverne (main pic) and sponsored by Disaranno (yup, there were delicious cocktails a plenty).

It’s certainly worth checking out! Film lovers will be able eat fabulous food, drink cold beer and watch their favourite movies on the big screen as the sun goes down and the stars begin to sparkle. No more hot stuffy cinemas, this is the incomparable film experience in the fresh air of a warm summer’s night.

This June kicked off with a host of movie greats including: ET, Ghostbusters, The Lost Boys, Labyrinth, Reservoir Dogs, Trainspotting, Dirty Dancing and An American Werewolf in London.

If chick flicks are your thing then join them for When Harry Met Sally or Bridget Jones’s Diary on their specially themed ‘Chick Flick Tuesdays’ – every Tuesday throughout the month. Or if you fancy something silly, then the Wayne’s World 1 and 2 double header will tickle your funny bone – Schwing! Talking of silly, we have the Monty Python classic Life of Brian, or how about a taste of foreign film with the 1967 French classic Belle de Jour. Whether it’s a cult movie with your mates or a rom com with your other half – the Rooftop Film Club will have something for everyone.

The big screen, wireless headphones and comfy chairs will mean you can sit back, relax and experience film like never before in this completely unique urban environment.

Marcia Degia - Publisher

Marcia Degia has worked in the media industry for more than 10 years. She was previously Acting Managing Editor of Homes and Gardens magazine, Publishing Editor at Macmillan Publishers and Editor of Pride Magazine. Marcia, who has a Masters degree in Screenwriting, has also been involved in many broadcast projects. Among other things, she was the devisor of the documentary series Secret Suburbia for Living TV.