Cinema by the Pool

 

Pools are great but do you know what would make them better, a movie. Imagine laying on a lounger with your drink of choice, relaxing, and then a movie starts adding to your chilled out-ness, great stuff.

This sound good to you? Then you need to head to the Sheraton Skyline Hotel in Hayes. 

Once a month from Jan 2019 you can watch a classic movie, with a complimentary drink and popcorn, while sitting by an indoor pool (nobody wants to by an outdoor pool in the cold) enjoying the scenery. That may help to drive away the winter blues.

 

Where:  Sheraton Skyline Hotel, Heathrow Airport, Bath Road, Hillingdon, Hayes UB3 5BP

When:  From 25th January 2019, 7.30pm – 11.30pm, Movie showing on the 25th will be Pretty Woman

Tickets:  Tickets cost £18 from here, available to ages 15yrs +

Travel:  Onsite parking available, Piccadilly Line and Heathrow Express a short walk from the hotel.

 

 

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Who likes games (raises hand), who likes movies (raises other hand – now typing with my nose), put them both together and what do you have?

Some questionable character choices, unrecognisable storylines and bad green screen effects, in other words 2 hours of f***ing awesomeness and an urge to play Street Fighter into the wee hours, that’s where Joypad steps in.

Joypad bar aims to bring the joyous memories of retro gaming to the Call of Duty generation. On the last Tuesday of the month they host a pop up event called Cinedouken where they screen movies based on a retro games at Trapeze on Great Eastern Street in Shoreditch, a tournament throughout the evening playing the game the movie is based on will also take place, seeing the last man standing at the end of the night win a £50 bar tab.

On Tuesday 26th July they’ll be showing Doom with Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Karl Urban.

So if 90’s beat ’em ups give you warm & fuzzy feelings then get your backside over to Trapeze, fun is guaranteed to ensue…and maybe some free booze.

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  • The Place:  Trapeze Bar 89 Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 3HX
  • The Time:  Tuesday 26th July from 7pm
  • Contact:  For more information click here

 

 

 

Barking Good Movies

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Oscar & Rupert based in East London are a Doggie-centric events company, because let’s be honest who doesn’t like dogs…oh you don’t, you’re a monster!

People also like going to the cinema when they have a bit of free time, well these geniuses have combined the two. Doggie Friendly Cinema does exactly what it say on the tin, watching movies with your 4 legged best friend in a welcoming environment with others who who don’t mind the odd woof every now and then.

On the 15th May Oscar & Rupert will be showing Paris Texas at Wringer + Mangle in London Fields East London, so if you and your canine companion are in the mood to get your movie on then click here.

Tickets also entitle you to 20% off food and drink in Wringer + Mangle, click here to book your table.

 

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  • The Time:  Sunday 15th May, doors open at 2pm movie starts at 3pm
  • The Place:  The basement at Wringer & Mangle, Sidworth Street, Hackney, E8 3SD
  • Tickets:  £18.50 per human, dogs go free
  • Contact:  For more info click here, for tickets click here, for info regarding Wringer & Mangle click here

 

 

Happy Watching

 

 

The age of Capaldi begins at the Tricycle Theatre

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It’s happening, it’s finally happening, Carnival hits the capital this weekend…I’m joking, although it’s true, Peter Capaldi finally comes to the small screen as the twelfth Dr. I know a number of people who are losing their s*** over this, what they might not know is that they can also watch his first feature length episode on the big screen too.

The good people at the Tricycle Theatre have agreed to air ‘Deep Breath’ in their very cosy cinema, from 7.35pm on Saturday 23rd Aug, god bless peer pressure.

Any die hard fan, or “whovian” (I believe that is the semi-accepted term), should get themselves down to the cinema as, not only will they be showing the 80 min long episode, they will also be showing the exclusive Q&A session live from Leicester Square afterwards, and a never seen before, 5 min video from a future Dr Who DVD release. Pretty damn snazzy huh!

 For more info have a nosy at www.tricycle.co.uk

 

The place:   Tricycle Theatre, 269 Kilburn High Rd, London, NW6 7JR

The time:   7.35pm sharpe,  no dawdling

Contact:   info@tricycle.co.uk,   020 7372 6611,   Box Office 020 7328 1000

The (time) Travel:

Jubilee Line to Kilburn station then a 5min walk down the high road.

Overground to Brondesbury station (from Clapham Junction, Richmond and Stafford) then a 2min walk down the high road.

Overground to Kilburn High Road Station (from Euston and Watford) then either a 20 min walk up the high road, or jump on the 16, 32, 316 or 332 bus for 3 stops.

Bakerloo Line to Kilburn Park then either a 25 min walk up the high road, or jump on the 32 or 316 bus for 5 stops.

 

  • Image used from digitalspy.co.uk
  • Info from tricycle.co.uk

 

Come everyone sing it with me ‘Dr Who-oo, yeah Dr Who, Dr Who-oo…oh wait, crap I forgot!