Camden Market is Hosting the Hottest Summer Film Festival with Backyard Cinema

This week we saw the launch of the Summer Film Festival at Camden market, Backyard cinema has once again teamed up with Camden Market to bring you 6 weeks of movie entertainment!


They’ve brought two giant screens and a shed load of deck chairs and bean bags for your outdoor comfort. Not wanting to disappoint they have a movie lined up for everyone, from new releases to those cult classics, fancy a musical? Yep they have that covered too.


The main screen located on Camden Lock Place will be screening the mainstream favourites from Birdman to The Goonies and The Cuban Screen will give you the choice of indie flicks, foreign movies and documentaries. On Friday nights they will be hosting sing-and-dance-a-longs, where you can dance along to the likes of Grease and Dirty Dancing, fancy dress is optional, so feel free to squeeze into your leathers and strut like you’re part of the Pink Ladies / T-Birds gang.


This is no ordinary film festival… Camden Market will also be treating you to live DJ’s, live twitter contests and special surprises. There will be posh popcorn, ice cream, cocktails and burgers from Honest Burgers who will be whipping up a custom Backyard cinema treat for the hungry meat lovers.


At the launch party they opened up with Kingsman: the secret service staring Colin Firth, we had a great night munching away on popcorn and an Honest burger while watching the movie, it did get a little chilly, but the team were on hand, giving out blankets to keep the chill at bay. Thanks Guys, we had a Ball!

You can view the movie line up and book tickets here: http://www.backyardcinema.co.uk/#!tickets/c1jgi


WHEN: Now until Friday 4th September

WHERE: A screen at Camden Lock Place, NW1 8AF and a screen at The Stables Market, Chalk Farm Rd, London NW1 8AH


Standard – £16.50
Thirsty Ticket (Film & Drink) – £20
Full Monty (Film, Drink & Burger (From Honest Burgers) – £29



Standard – £14

Food and drink will be available to buy at this screen.


Written by Nyla Sammons

Photography by Nyla Sammons