Underground Film Club returns with Hamlet, Toy Story, Jurassic World and more lined up

Tickets cost £15 and screenings take place give nights a week in the Vaults beneath Waterloo Station

Time to take the unique cinema experience underground for autumn
Time to take the unique cinema experience underground for autumn

The start of autumn may signal the end of outdoor cinema evenings, but Underground Film Club has announced that tickets will go on sale tomorrow morning for its upcoming season in the Vaults of Waterloo Station.

There will be a large range of movies screening, from classics like Pulp Fiction and Casablanca to recent summer blockbusters Mad Max: Fury Road and Jurassic World, set amid the striking Victorian brickwork chambers and atmospheric railway arches.

Those who missed out on tickets for Benedict Cumberbatch’s Hamlet can watch a pre-recorded National Theatre performance of the play, along with a screen version of James Franco and Chris O’Dowd’s Of Mice and Men Broadway production.

Benedict Cumberbatch’s costume from ‘Hamlet’ came from Angels Costumes (John P

Toy Story celebrates its 20th anniversary on 22 November and there will be a Pixar movie marathon held in celebration, with Toy Story, Up and Inside Out being shown back-to-back.

Cocktails and street food will be available, with screenings taking place five nights a week at at the times shown below. Tickets cost £15 and will be sold online from 10am, Wednesday 7 October, at undergroundfilmclub.com.

Full schedule

Tangerine - 8pm, Thursday 12 November

Friday 13th - 7pm, Friday 13 November

Top Gun - 9pm, Friday 13 November

Labyrinth - 5pm, Saturday 14 November

Casablanca - 7pm, Saturday 14 November

Some Like It Hot - 9pm, Saturday 14 November

The Big Lebowski - 4pm, Sunday 15 November

Back to the Future - 7pm, Sunday 15 November

Breakfast at Tiffany's - 8pm, Tuesday 17 November

Amy - 8pm, Wednesday 18 November

Of Mice and Men - 8pm, Thursday 19 November

Clueless - 7pm, Friday 20 November

Jurassic World - 9pm, Friday 20 November

Spice World - 5pm, Saturday 21 November

The Rocky Horror Picture Show - 7pm, Saturday 21 November

Mad Max: Fury Road - 9pm, Saturday 21 November

Toy Story - 2pm, Sunday 22 November

Up - 4pm, Sunday 22 November

Inside Out - 6pm, Sunday 22 November

Dirty Dancing - 8pm, Tuesday 24 November

Cinema Paradiso - 8pm, Wednesday 25 November

Strangers on a Train - 8pm, Thursday 26 November

The Goonies - 7pm, Friday 27 November

Pulp Fiction - 9pm, Friday 27 November

The Grand Budapest Hotel - 5pm, Saturday 28 November

Ghostbusters - 7pm, Saturday 28 November

Trainspotting - 9pm, Saturday 28 November

Selma - 2pm, Sunday 29 November

Withnail & I - 5pm, Sunday 29 November

Hamlet - 7pm, Sunday 29 November

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