Pop-up cinemas in London have proved to be a big hit with movie goers in the last year or so - the Portobello pop-up and Rooftop pop-up are two fine examples.
Well, films fans will be interested to know that another one is about to pop-up, this time at the Roundhouse in Camden.
Kicking off on 21st November, the Underground Film Club will be screening some truly classic movies - old and recent - almost nightly all the way through to 18th December.
Movies include the likes of the Shawshank Redemption, Pulp Fiction, Goodfellas and Lost in Translation. Here's the full line-up:
21st November: Shawshank Redemption 22nd November: The Goonies 23rd November: Requiem for a Dream 25th November: Back to the Future 26th November: Pulp Fiction
27th November: Goodfellas 28th November: Cinema Paradiso 29th November: Big
30th November: Pan's Labyrinth
1st December: The Lost Boys
3rd December: The King's Speech
5th December: Breakfast at Tiffany's
6th December: Amelie
7th December: Casablanca
8th December: Lost in Translation
9th December: Dirty Dancing
10th December: Grease
14th December: Dr. Strangelove
15th December: Reservoir Dogs
16th December: Home Alone
17th December: Scrooged
18th December: It's A Wonderful Life
The cinema is situated in the Dorfman Hub, a subterranean space located beneath the Roundhouse's Main Space. Organisers of the pop-up cinema recommend you make a night of it by having dinner or getting a drink at the recently opened Made in Camden bar and dining room.
Located on the ground floor of the Roundhouse, Made in Camden has been getting some pretty impressive reviews and is in the exactly the right place for some pre- or post-movie nosh.
Support the pop-up cinema by enjoying one (or more) of its movies at the Roundhouse and the chances are it'll be popping up again somewhere in the near future.