Arts and Entertainment

Pop Up Underground Cinema comes to London

Underground Film Club
A disused part of Charing Cross Station will become a pop up cinema from 29th May.

To celebrate the tube becoming a 24 hour service from September, Transport For London and The Underground Film Club have got together to host a series of train related movies, complete with popcorn stands, hot dog stands and directors’ chairs on the platforms.

Gerry Cottle Jnr from The Underground Film Club said:

TFL asked us to get involved with a series of events after they saw what we did at The Vaults in Waterloo over Christmas. Charing Cross Station is absolutely amazing. To get access to it is unbelievable, and a once in a lifetime opportunity.

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