Enjoy open air free film screenings every Wednesday – Friday from 14 – 30 September.
The Scoop at More London, the riverside amphitheatre, will screen a massive mix of classic, cult and contemporary films rarely shown elsewhere. Screenings will start at 7.30pm.
No need to book, no ticket required, just turn up and take your seat.
Alice in Wonderland
Wednesday 14 September
The magical adaptation of the Lewis Carroll classic tale directed by Tim Burton with a star- studded cast led by Johnny Depp.
(2010, 108 mins, Cert PG)
The Kings Speech
Thursday 15 September
The inspiring and Oscar winning story of a reluctant king, his relationship with his unorthodox speech therapist and the battle with his stammer. Staring Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham-Carter).
(2010,118 mins, Cert 12A)
Friday 16 September
Spending the summer in a holiday camp with her family, Frances (Baby) falls in love with the camp’s dancing teacher. Starring Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze
(1987, 100 mins, Cert 12A)
Wednesday 21 September
This warm-hearted magical cartoon from the director of Belleville Rendez-Vous tells the tale of a French illusionist and the young fan he meets who changes his life forever.
(2010, 80 mins, Cert PG)
The Social Network
Thursday 22 September
The multi award winning film chronicling the founding of the social network site Facebook and rise of Mark Zuckerberg, the youngest billionaire in history.
(2010, 120 mins, Cert 12A)
The African Queen
Friday 23 September
A gin-swilling riverboat owner is persuaded by a straight- laced missionary to use his boat to attack an enemy warship. Staring Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn.
(1951, 105 mins, Cert PG)
The Manchurian Candidate
Wednesday 28 September
A former Korean war prisoner of war is brain washed by communists into becoming a political assassin, but another former prisoner may know how to save him. Staring Frank Sinatra.
(1962, 126 mins, Cert PG)
Thursday 29 September
Classic musical following the romance between good girl Sandy and her holiday love, greaser Danny.
(1978, 110 mins, Cert PG)
Location: The Scoop at More London, near London Bridge