Lower Marsh Lates… At The Movies is a new monthly (and free) open-air cinema experience in Waterloo that will screen the best of Sing-A-Long films.
These outdoor events will capture the spirit of Eurovision by bringing people together for fun summer evenings worth singing (at the top of your lungs!) about. The neighbourhood’s collective vocal cords will be warmed up ahead of the film thanks to live entertainers from the VAULT festival.
Lower Marsh Market traders will be on hand with tasty food options, while independent bars along Lower Marsh will have various drinks deals to keep larynxes lubricated. At The Glitch, there will be a 2-4-1 cocktail offer (from 5 pm to 7 pm); at Greensmiths, moviegoers can get two Aperol Spritzes for £12. Those dressing up (as a character from the evening’s film) can get a 20% discount at the Vaulty Towers bar.
The launch night will centre around a screening of Mamma Mia! – the multi-award-winning film based on the songs of ABBA.
In keeping with the theme, entertainers will welcome the crowd with group games and singing exercises.
Eurovision 2023 might only be for one day in May, but ‘Lower Marsh Lates… At The Movies will ensure Londoners can say
“Thank you for the music” for the rest of the summer.