Festive Cinema Pop Ups, London
The best of London cinema pop ups showing classic, alternative and new films in stylish venues
The lowdown: This London pop up cinema is found through an enchanted wardrobe and along a tunnel lined with trees. There's a snow-covered seating area where Londoners can watch festive Christmas flicks throughout November and early December. Tickets are around £16, and don't worry, a fully-licensed bar stays open throughout the performance. The lion's share of tickets are still available, though some performances have sold out.
What's on? Home Alone, Elf, Frozen, Cinderella, It's A Wonderful Life, Santa Claus: The Movie
The Artsy One: National Gallery Christmas pop-up screenings
The lowdown: Where better to watch the classics than at the National Gallery? For five nights in December until the 18th, you can pair the luxurious setting of The Wohl room at the Gallery with a good Christmas film and a bottle of 'Leffe Christmas', a specially-designed beer for the winter months, with clove and caramel on the tongue. After the film, gain exclusive access to the Gallery, thanks to Star Trail, a late-night opening incentive celebrating the wonder of the stars at night.
What's on? A range of classic Christmas movies including Love Actually, It's A Wonderful Life and White Christmas, from December 14th until December 18th. Book online
The Playful One: The Hackney Showroom's Cinema in the Snow
The lowdown: Acknowledging that London Christmas magic is harder to find when you're an adult, Hackney Showroom have been decked out by pop up company Pop Up Screens to look like a winter wonderland. Mulled wine, chocolate and a wide selection of treats are available before and during the movies. Tickets are available and cost £20 for adults and £10 for kids
What's on? The Muppets Christmas Carol, Miracle on 34th Street, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Love Actually (£20 and £10 for under 10s)
The Luxurious One: The Berkeley Health Club & Spa
The lowdown: The plush London hotel will be transforming its rooftop terrace into a cinema with only eight seats for Christmas. It's a snug affair, and super intimate - but then again you'd expect only the best for £65, which includes a welcome glass of mulled wine, as well as hot chocolate and mince pies.
What's on? 'Miracle on 34th Street' or 'Santa Claus: The Movie', 5 and 7pm nightly in December.