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by Sandra Lawson (subscribe)
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Lexi the Camel is Ready to Screen Movies around London
No longer do we have to sit inside a darkened auditorium to watch films; you can now stare at silver screens on rooftops at the Rooftop Film Club, or in backyards at Backyard Cinema (although this venue has now relocated to the upper floor of a restaurant in Shoreditch). The Nomad does as it says on the tin, and provides a peripatetic movie going experience at a range of eclectic pop-up locations that include Fulham Palace, the Brompton Cemetery and Coram Secret Garden.

The Nomad
The Nomad (Image courtesy of the website)

Lexi Cinema has been presenting the Nomad since 2010, screening a mix of classic, cult and even silent films. Not only do they project their chosen film, but they also customise the entire experience with music, decorations and catering. The programme at the Coram Secret Garden appropriately promises films such as The Kid and The Lost Boys.

The Nomad
Poster for the Programme at the Coram Secret Garden (Image Courtesy of the Nomad Facebook Page)

Take the family or pack a picnic, but don't really expect to find a camel working the projector. The complete 2013 listings are available on the website, as is the online booking system. Rest assured that paying to see a film with the Nomad is also a benevolent gesture as their profits are all donated to the Sustainability Institute in South Africa; the film that accompanies the main feature will keep you up to date with the latest projects.

The Nomad
The Nomad (Image courtesy of the website)

Join Lexi the Camel on his trip around London last year.

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Why? To catch up with films in unusual settings
Cost: Prices are on the website, concessions are available
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This sounds like lots of fun
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