BTEC Business Pre Release Pop Up CinemaWatch
The Luna Cinema
Wimbledon park, Tooting Common, Crystal Palace Park, Alexandra Palace, Kenwood House, Wandsworth park, Chiswick house & gardens, Victoria Embankment Gardens, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court Palace, Westminster Abbey, Victoria Tower Gardens, Old royal navy college, Royal Botanic Gardens, Battersea Park, Cardiff Castle, Fulham Palace
Price varies based on time and location
£15.50, £16.50, £17.50
Big cinema screen in a park
Rooftop cinema club
Peckham, Stratford, Shoreditch
Price varies on time and location
Ticket prices from:
Cinema on a rooftop
IndieFlicks monthly film festival
“IndieFlicks returns, offering the perfect balance of a social night out and blended with top drawer, festival quality short films from around the world!”
Offers a varied selection of short films which you get to vote your favourite, whilst enjoying a wide selection of drinks and food.
Hot tub cinema
Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, London
£35 for a single ticket
£190 for a private hot tub (£31.50 each)
Cinema experience in a hot tub
No available dates currently
Moon light flicks open air cinema
Chester, Roman Gardens
Full price – £9.50
Child under 12 – £6.00
Open air cinema that uses wireless headphones, deckchairs are available, snacks and drinks available.
5th July – 26th August
Market size, share and structure:
The Cinemas industry includes all operators that show films in designated film-projection facilities. These are mostly indoors, but some are open-air facilities. The bulk of industry revenue comes from box office sales, the majority of which are generated by blockbuster films. UK cinemas also generate revenue from screen advertising and selling drinks and snacks. The industry has grown moderately over the five years through 2018-19, as the average spend per visit has increased. Overall, industry revenue is expected to grow at a compound annual rate of 2.6% over the five years through 2018-19.
Cinema seats filled are at their highest in 40 years. Over-45s were the largest proportion of UK cinema audience (36% of the total, up from 28%) and young people (oddly grouped in the category 15-24) down from 31% in 2011 to 25%. The UK film industry's direct contribution to UK GDP in 2011 was £3.8 billion.
There is a growing trend toward cinema-as-event – where film screenings are augmented by synchronous live performance, site-specific locations, technological interventions, social media engagement, and all manner of simultaneous interaction including singing, dancing, eating, drinking, even smelling. Technologically, the industry has multiplied as a result of the rapid advancement of “pop-up” screen. This enables screenings to take place in locations that have previously been inaccessible, such as Hampton Court Palace, Kew Gardens or an obscure warehouse rooftop. The cinema industry are facing threats to traditional forms of revenue generation due to the easy access offered by the internet. So have turned their attention to the attraction of events as an alternative. The film industry has also expanded in response to the public’s love for nostalgia and the power of fan engagement – many events tend to revolve around “old” and well-loved film releases.
The Cinemas industry is estimated to be in the growth phase of its economic life cycle, as it is growing at a significantly faster rate than the overall economy. Industry value added, a measure of the industry’s contribution to the wider economy, is expected to increase at a compound annual rate of 3.9% over the 10 years through 2023-24. UK real GDP is forecast to grow at a compound annual rate of 1.7% over the same period. There have been some changes in industry products in recent years. The development of digital screens and 3-D films has contributed to industry growth in the past few years. These new product segments have resulted in increased patronage and new revenue streams