There have been various innovations made in recent years to try and improve your cinema visits. Gimmicks such as 3D & D-BOX have tried to turn film viewing into a more all-encompassing experience, generally at the expense of both your funds and stomach lining. However, one particular idea has offered us a unique new way to consume films. Under the red hues of the setting sun, alfresco cinema is a novelty that has grown and grown in popularity.
With the days now longer and the temperature infinitely higher, pop-up screens are beginning to emerge up and down the country, offering audiences the opportunity to enjoy their favorite films from under a canvas of golden skies and glistening stars. Film4’s Summer Screen at Somerset House is, of course, the highlight of the season. However, there are also many other fantastic screens around the country for you to take advantage of.
Don’t know which one is right for you? Well fear not, here at Culturefly we have fervently been working to find out all about the best open-air screens available up and down the country. From Brighton Beach to Manchester’s Spinningfields, here’s our guide to the best that outdoor cinema has to offer this summer.