Every night during the summer, the curtain is let down around a derelict petrol station on Clerkenwell Rd and it becomes a temporary cinema.

The whole thing is built entirely from donated and found materials, but rather than being indicative of recycling, it is intended to recreate the exciting big-screen experience of yore, with popcorn, paper tickets and flip-down seats, and a great big neon sign on the roof – in case someone still mistakes it for a petrol pump.


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