The Deck, the National Theatre’s riverside rooftop events space, will hold its third annual summer pop-up cinema club from 15-19 August.
For five days, the venue will host a series of exclusive screenings of the stage production War Horse – the most successful play in the National Theatre’s history.
The Deck’s pop-up cinema first began in 2014, screening One Man, Two Guv’nors – then starring James Corden – and Victorian comedy London Assurance.
From 15-18 August, matinee screenings will take place at 2pm, with an evening show at 7pm. On Friday 19 August, a morning showing at 10am will kick-start the day, followed by a matinee at 2.30pm. On Friday evening, visitors can enjoy extra entertainment by the river, with live music from 6.30pm on the NT’s own River Stage, which launches for the summer at the end of July.