We promised we would soon be able to share details of the Pop up Picture House, and that time is now. We think this is a really fun use of a premises that would otherwise be empty, so here we go:
- -Located in the old Assembly Rooms, at the top of the High St.
- -Pop Up Picture house, for 1 month
- -Classic films, plus a meal.
- -Food from Tom Kerridge’s team
Here’s all the details straight from the source:
An accidental idea brought to life in a local pub by four mates discussing their favourite food and movies – The Pop Up Picture House in Marlow is set to be a mouth-watering movie experience like no other!
For one month only, Tom Kerridge and friends are inviting moviegoers to experience Marlow’s first pop-up cinema. Prepare to be treated to delicious, wholesome comfort food whilst watching Tom and co.’s favourite films in a comfy, home-like environment.
The Pop Up Picture House will be located in the amazing setting above Steamer Trading, where the Assembly Rooms used to be. Screening a variety of films including cult hits, Christmas classics and family favourites, The Pop Up Picture House is bound to be a box office smash!
Appealing to film buffs and foodies alike, the one month pop-up will launch on the 1st of December, with tickets going on sale from the 8th of November. Each ticket will include a two-course meal plus interval ice-cream served by usherettes… And of course, the film itself! Guests will be treated to some Great British comfort food that will be in keeping with the theme of the film. Think traditionally made lasagne served in front of The Italian Job from the comfort of your sofa!
With help from Marlow locals: Mark James of Unicorn Productions, Chris Hughes of Brand Events and Ben Phillips of Steamer Trading, The Pop Up Picture House is on a mission to bring back the community spirit that movie houses used to give to the local area. There will be Saturday morning screenings and matinee movies for kids with the kind of food and snacks they love to make it an extra-special experience. For older viewers there will also be a well thought out bar, with a selection of real ales and lagers available, both on draught and by the bottle. Individual and artisan house spirits will be well sourced, as well as a wide selection of wine.
Tickets go on sale Tuesday 8th November, for priority booking and to find more information about The Pop Up Picture House please visit: www.picture-house.co.uk