Pop Up Screens founder David Leydon is setting a precedent this summer, as the portable outdoor cinema screen hundreds of Londoners curled up under last summer returns this July, August and September with a plumper-than-ever thirty-date tour, spanning some of London’s most idyllic parks.

Screenings plunge into nostalgia - Empire Records and harder-edged cult classics like Fight Club will be on offer - whilst Back to the Future and Grease will compliment any alcohol-infused Parklife-Giddiness.

Juno, Mean Girls, Jaws, Labyrinth and Terminator are atop the bill of films showing on the Pop Up Screen, which can be found in Fulham, Shepherd’s Bush, Morden, Hammersmith, Holborn, Parson’s Green, Greenwich and Lewisham’s parks from July 12.

Leydon’s concept sees Pop Up Screens combine the beauty and innocence of the moving image with the serenity of London’s park life.

Food & drink will be available at the sites, including popcorn courtesy of http://www.drumandkernelpopcorn.co.uk/. For more information, see www.popupscreens.co.uk