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Roses are Red, Violets are Blue, The Luna Cinema has a Valentine’s Treat for You

Following a sell-out season of Halloween screenings, ‘Movie Nights at the Museum’ returns as The Luna Cinema teams up with The Natural History Museum for three evenings of traditional and not-so-traditional Valentine’s films. 

Film fans, prepare to fall in love with The Luna Cinema’s latest programme for Valentine’s 2019: the UK’s leading producer of pop-up film screenings is pleased to announce six screenings across three special evenings of films on the big screen, shown in the stunning setting of the Natural History Museum.

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On the evenings of 14th, 15th and 16th of February, couples, singletons and groups of friends can enjoy either the perfect romantic film or a night of Anti-Valentines empowerment, depending on your mood!  Titles include 90’s classic ‘Pretty Woman’, tear-jerker ‘The Notebook’, recent smash hit musical ‘A Star Is Born’ and ultimate rom-com ‘Love Actually’. And for those looking for something a little less lovey-dovey, there will be anti-Valentines screenings of ‘Kill Bill Vol 1.’ and Ridley Scott’s ‘girl-power’ masterpiece, ‘Thelma and Louise’.

The films will be screened in the iconic and majestic Hintze Hall, underneath the jaw-dropping 25m long Blue Whale skeleton, called “Hope”. Every guest will also receive a complimentary box of popcorn and access to the Natural History Museum’s blockbuster exhibition, ‘Life in the Dark’, anytime from the 14th to the 24th February.

George Wood, founder of The Luna Cinema, said: “We’re so excited to be teaming up with the Natural History Museum again for our Valentine’s cinema season. After seeing how well received the Halloween screenings at Hintze Hall were, it made perfect sense to host a specially selected series of Valentines films, with hopefully something for everyone, no matter how loved-up you’re feeling! Apart from anything else the Hintze Hall is without doubt one of the most iconic spaces in London in which you can experience a classic film on the big screen.”

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Lucy Woodbridge, Head of Visitor Events at The Natural History Museum, said: “Movie Nights is a truly unique experience, where else can you watch your favourite rom-com whilst being surrounded by some of history’s finest natural artefacts? We are really excited to be partnering with The Luna Cinema once again following the huge success of our Halloween season. Together, we will be producing a series of romance fuelled screenings which are not to be missed – it’s going to be a special event in an even more special location.”

Tickets are priced at Ticket prices are £27.70 per person, and members of the Natural History Museum will receive an additional 10% discount.

To book tickets and for more information visit www.thelunacinema.com/nhm