Exciting things are happening this summer on the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, London’s historic playground, celebrated for fun and occasional licentiousness. Vauxhall Village wants to return the Gardens to their former fame and glory as the epicentre of alfresco London entertainment.
Vauxhall Village has been screening a small selection of free films on the Pleasure Gardens throughout this summer. The films are brought to you by the Luna Cinema, the amazing pop up Cinema Company who have provided memorable evenings at Kew Gardens, Brockwell Lido and Hampton Court Palace.
If you’re keen on spending the summer evenings basking in some film glory then its not too late there’s still a chance to see SEARCHING FOR SUGARMAN on Thursday 13th June at 8:30pm – Its an Oscar winning documentary about a ‘lost’ American musician: truly heart-warming and inspiring. A true corker of a film!
Its not only about sunshine and film watching though, the screening will also be accompanied by delicious artisanal street food stalls and a great bar courtesy of the Royal Vauxhall Tavern. Everyone is welcome to bring picnics and – if you make it early enough – to grab one of the brand new Vauxhall Village deckchairs.
HOW DO I GET THERE?!
The Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens are just 2 minutes’ walk from Vauxhall Rail and Tube stations, with a main entrance on Kennington Lane SE11 5HY. Guests are invited to get a good spot in the park from 6 pm when food and music will begin.
To find out more visit www.vauxhallvillage.com and follow @vauxhallvillage on Twitter.
Happy Film Watching!!