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Everyman Summer Films Festival on the Canal at King’s Cross: 22nd June – 6th Aug
ENTERTAINMENT

Everyman Summer Films Festival on the Canal at King’s Cross: 22nd June – 6th Aug

Everyman’s free, annual outdoor film and TV festival returns to the iconic Ghat Steps on the banks of the Regent’s Canal for Summer 2023! Perfect for a relaxed date night, an activity-filled family day out, or a fun evening with friends. Films and screenings will run day and night, showing something suitable for everyone. The event schedule includes films such as Elvis, Matilda, Top Gun: Maverick, and Mamma Mia, alongside exclusive live events such as Q&As, and film-themed live fitness classes.

Food and drink are an essential part of watching any film! Snacks and beverages will be on offer, with offerings including authentic pizzas and small plates, as well as a selection of wine, beer and fabulous summer cocktails.

Free entry, arrive early to avoid disappointment! It’s going to be very popular!

When: Thursday 22nd June to Sunday 6th August 2023

Where: King’s Cross Canal Side Green Steps, Regent’s Canal Towpath, London N1C 4PQ

More info: visit www.kingscross.co.uk/event/screen-on-the-canal

Written by Lenny Wright

Photography courtesy of Everyman Cinema

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