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Next weekend on Saturday 23rd June from 8.00pm we will celebrating our move into our new London Bridge HQ with a beautiful, and somewhat impromptu, FREE cycle-cinema event in the adjoining White's Grounds Skate Park. Please save the date and join us for a night of fun in the shadow of The Shard, beneath the railway arches!

More details of the full line up of activities for the weekend will come very soon but in the meantime we need your help...

We can't decide what film to show, so please cast your votes below.

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If you haven't ever heard of any of these then clearly you are too young! But we've put together a little bit of info about each below for guidance!

The Railway Children Based on a book by Edith Nesbit, this is a classic family friendly film which tells the tale of three children who are forced to move with their mother from a luxurious Edwardian villa in the London suburbs to "Three Chimneys", a house near the fictional 'Great Northern and Southern Railway' in the Yorkshire dales. Together they get involved in lots of scrapes and adventures on the railway line. We thought this was quite apt given our location beneath the London Bridge railway.

The Railway Children

Son of Ranbow A comedy drama; during a long English summer in the early 1980s, two schoolboys from differing backgrounds set out to make a film inspired by violent Rambo films. [youtube=]

Eagle vs Shark Eagle vs Shark is the tale of two socially awkward misfits and the strange ways they try to find love; through revenge on high-school bullies, burgers, and video games.


Les Bicyclette de Belsize A short half an hour musical film, tells the story of a young man cycling around the Hampstead area of London on a Raleigh RSW16. After crashing into a billboard he falls in love with a fashion model depicted on it. There's almost no spoken dialogue! [youtube=]

Starsky & Hutch (2004) Two streetwise cops bust criminals in their red-and-white Ford Torino with the help of police snitch called Huggy Bear (played by Snoop Dog).