In early August, the gardens in front of the Orangery at Kensington Palace played host to the Luna Cinema and screened four classic films. The huge screen was the ideal way to view your choice of the film line-up, with the palace and its gardens providing an unforgettable sunset backdrop.
They opened with The Grand Budapest Hotel, Wes Anderson’s modern pastel masterpiece. The following day showed 80s favourite The Lost Boys, with British romantic comedy Notting Hill up next. Finally, they closed with a screening of one of cinema’s great musicals – West Side Story.
Premium tickets were available, which included a complimentary glass of prosecco on arrival, a two-course meal at the Orangery Restaurant, a goody bag, and a complimentary Luna inflatable backrest ready and waiting in prime position in the audience arena.
The Luna Bar with Estrella were onsite serving a full selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including Estrella beer, prosecco, a selection of wines, spirits and soft drinks. Hot drinks were also available at the bar.
Luna Cinema uses state of the art screens, digital projectors and bespoke sound equipment to provide a full cinema-quality visual and audio experience, but with the magic of being under the stars.