Win Tickets to the Luna Cinema screening of The Birds

The Luna Cinema and Benefit are delighted to announce the UK’s largest ever open air cinema season with classic films in the country’s leading venues.

The season features over 70 screenings of iconic films on giant screens across the country’s finest venues, including four nights at the incredible Opera Holland Park from 13 – 16 August where we shall be screening Hitchcock’s classic “The Birds” plus 60’s classic “The Graduate” as well as the recent film adaptation of the legendary musical “Les Miserables”.

We shall also be holding a screening of the exhilarating “The Wolf of Wall Street” at the beautiful Dulwich Park on 20 August, as well as the multi award winning hits “American Hustle”, “Django Unchained” and the iconic “Labyrinth” at Battersea Park from 9 – 11 September.

In addition to this, Luna will be screening the action packed 80s classic “Batman” and its legendary noughties follow up “The Dark Knight” at the iconic Pinewood Studios on 23 and 24 September which has never before opened its doors to the general public!

At Luna Cinema, we always follow the same key formula: a classic film on a giant screen, in an incredible setting. Cinema under the stars is an experience not to be missed!

To book tickets and to find out more information on all The Luna Cinema’s events, simply visit: www.thelunacinema.com

WIN TICKETS

We have 10 pairs of tickets to give away to the screening of The Birds on Thursday 14th August 2014.

Please only enter if you can attend the screening!!

To count yourself in with a chance of winning, join us on facebook and twitter – then just send us an email with your name, contact details and the answer to this simple question:

Which film screened earlier this year as part of the Luna Cinema season at Brockwell Lido?

a) Waterworld
b) Grease
c) Jaws

Competition Closed

Email your answer to competitions@frontrowreviews.co.uk Good luck!

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