When Harry Met Sally at The Nomad Cinema

September 16, 2013 · 0 comments

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The Nomad Cinema

The Nomad Cinema

What’s your favourite genre of film? Is it a tense whodunnit murder mystery? A mind-bending psychological thriller? Or even a laugh-until-just-a-teensy-bit-of-wee-comes-out comedy perhaps? I’m not going to bother telling you what mine is but instead I’ll let you know what my lovely boyfriend Mister Ruffles is. His favourite genre of film is a rom-com. Much to my bemusement (and that of all of our friends!) he unabashedly loves them, and his favourite rom-com of all time is When Harry Met Sally. Which up until a few weeks ago I’d never seen, almost as shocking as the fact that my boyfriend loves rom-coms hey!

Luckily for both of us The Nomad Cinema decided that September was Rom-Com Season and every Thursday this month they’ve pitched up in the gorgeous grounds of Fulham Palace to show a seminal rom-com from each decade. Starting with the 70s and a showing of Annie Hall, followed by the 80s with When Harry Met Sally, then last Thursday it was the 90s with Four Weddings and a Funeral, and climaxing this Thursday 19th September with a screening of Amelie, one of my all-time favourite films.

If you’ve never been to The Nomad Cinema then now is definitely the time to go, as despite the change in weather it’s so very incredibly romantic, and even moreso when cuddled under a blanket holding hands beneath the stars. There’s plenty to keep you entertained, fed and watered with freshly baked wood-fired pizzas, popcorn from Love Da Popcorn and delicious aromatic gin cocktails from travelling botanical mixologists The Gin Garden all on offer The Nomad Cinema definitely know how to make the outdoor cinema experience an altogether more elegant and luxurious affair.

You can buy tickets to see Amelie at The Nomad Cinema here and discover more about The Nomad Cinema through their website hereI’d like to thank Clare from The Nomad Cinema for the invitation. 

The Nomad Cinema

The Nomad CinemaThe Nomad Cinema

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