Underground Film Club Launcelot St, London
Underground Film Club Launcelot St Address:Launcelot St, Lambeth, London SE1 7AD, UK
Location of Underground Film Club London:
The Vaults is located underneath Waterloo Station. Entrance to underground Film Club at The Vaults is Via Launcelot Street, off Lower Marsh.
Phone: +44 20 7635 5817
Closing times: Friday & saturday vary)
Tues – Fri: 5pm
No. of screens at Underground Film Club in Launcelot St:
No. of seats:View Map here
Underground Film Club official website: http://www.undergroundfilmclub.com/
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Facilities available at Underground Film Club
ROCKADOLLAR, SMOKEY JOE’S BLUES BAR
Underground Film Club – Parking Fee
The closest is U Park, 2 Addington Street, London, SE1 7RY
About Underground Film Club
Underground Film Club cinema experts Rooftop Film Club have announced their unique movie experience is heading underground for the winter season, once again taking residence in the vast Vaults of Waterloo station.
Guests are set to enjoy a subterranean movie experience like no other as Underground Film Club will screen an eclectic mix of classic, cult and recent film releases amid the shadowy caverns of one of the capital’s busiest stations. This season’s sub-station show reel includes ‘Pulp Fiction’, ‘The Big Lebowski’, ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’, and Casablanca as well as brand new summer blockbusters. Jurassic World and Mad Max: Fury Road.
Secreted under the railway arches, The Vaults is the historical underworld turned contemporary arts space, offering an atmospheric labyrinth of Victorian brickwork chambers to lose yourself in for the ultimate escapist film event.
This year’s Underground Film Club also welcomes charismatic cocktail connoisseurs Spirited Mixers and an unrivalled selection of London’s best street food curated by Head Chef of Hawksmoor, Richard Sandiford.
No need to miss out on Benedict Cumberbatch’s Hamlet in Shakespeare’s great tragedy. Underground Film Club will be screening the much talked about performance pre-recorded from London’s acclaimed National Theatre, along with the sell-out Broadway production Of Mice of Men starring Hollywood actor James Franco and I.T crowd favourite Chris O’Dowd.