Backyard Cinema to launch the jungle cinema experience Simon Fitzjohn September 14, 2016 Editor's Choice, Latest News and Videos 1653 We’re always up for a cinema experience that is something a bit out of the ordinary, so when we got wind that Backyard Cinema were up to their old tricks again, our interest was well and truly piqued. The London theatrical cinema experts,Â who were behind theÂ Winter Night Garden at Winterville and Romeo + Juliet in St Mary’s Church are set to unveil a forgotten jungle in the heart of South London. Adequately named the â€˜Lost Wordâ€™ they will be screening a fantastic selection of classic action and adventure films, including childhood favourites such as The Jungle Book, Hook and The Goonies as well as Hollywood blockbusters Jurassic Park, Predator and The Legend of Tarzan. If seeing these famous classics on the big screen again wasnâ€™t enough already, the themed cinema experts have created their very own urban jungle to screen them, decked out with tropical trees and plants, jungle sounds and temple ruins. This is a true homage to adventure cinema. Here’s the press release: Launching this September the â€˜Lost Worldâ€™ will see ticket holders enter through a secret entrance of temple ruins, and have to navigate their way into a land that time forgot. Once making it to the Jungle in one piece, customers will find a screening room decked out with giant beanbag seating, a huge screen and state of the art audio equipment. Grab a jungle themed cocktail from the bar and relax into a beanbag as the jungle adventure turns into a cinema experience like no other. The production team behind Backyard Cinema’s Winter Night Garden as well as London hot spots Tokyo Nights from Night Tales and Summer Tales, Halo Production will be bringing the lost world to life in SE1 for Backyard Cinema. Starting in its founder’s back garden Backyard Cinema is a roaming, theatrical, cinema that shows a wide selection of films in a variety of iconic, unusual and immersive locations both in and outdoors around London. Often creating an immersive environment around the movie using in depth set builds, actors and live music, each show becomes a unique evening out, whilst staying true to its original ethos: somewhere cool you can watch your favourite films with great food, drinks and all your mates. Dominic Davies, the company founder says,Â â€œWe canâ€™t wait for people to experience the Lost World. This is a theme that is close to our hearts, this is a true homage to the action and adventure movies we grew up on and keep coming back to. We want to enhance your nostalgia for them by creating a real sense of adventure as we take you on a journey to another world. A great excuse to all be kids again for a few hours. Just imagine watching Hook, in a JUNGLE!â€ Ticket Options Child Ticket – Â£9.50 Standard Ticket – Â£16.50 Cocktail Ticket – Â£25 (comes with signature jungle themed cocktail) Date Night Ticket (for two) – Â£65 (Comes with x2 tickets, Bubbly, popcorn, ice cream & blankets) Film Screenings: September 16th Jurassic Park – 8PM September 17th Jungle Book 1967 – 12.30PM Hunger Games – 4.30PM Jungle Book 2016 – 8.30PM September 18th The Incredibles – 12.30PM Hook – 4.30PM Captain America: Civil War – 8.30pm September 20th Apocalypse Now – 8PM September 21st King Kong – 8PM September 22nd Predator – 8PM September 23rd The Goonies – 8PM September 24th The Lion King – 12.30PM Pirates of the Caribbean: The Black Pearl – 4.30PM Jurassic Park – 8.30PM September 25th Disney’s Tarzan 1999 – 12.30PM Peter Pan 2003 – 4.30PM Apocalypto – 8.30PM September 27th Rambo: First Blood -Â 8PM September 28th Rambo: First Blood -Â 8PM September 29th Rambo: First Blood -Â 8PM October 1st Peter Pan (2003) -Â 12.30PM Jurassic Park -Â 4.30PM Jurassic World -Â 8.30PM October 2nd Madagascar 2 -Â 12.30PM Zootopia -Â 4.30PM Hook -Â 8.30PM The â€˜Lost Worldâ€™ will launch onÂ 16th September. For more information and tickets head toÂ www.backyardcinema.co.uk.