Discovering The Lost Theatre In The Winter Night Garden

Discovering The Lost Theatre In The Winter Night Garden



Once upon a time in a land called South East London to brave women went forth towards the South-West on a quest to find The Lost Theatre,

Discovering The Lost Theatre In The Winter Night Garden

Battling roads works, traffic lights and bloody people that can’t drive! After valiantly securing suitable parking, the brave two continued on their quest. Eventually, they happened upon an ordinary-looking office; however, it was there through a large wardrobe and behind rows of fur coats that they came to meet Ragga the Raggamuffin.

The lonely imp agreed to aid the two on their quest leading them through an enchanted maze until they discovered elusive but beautiful Winter Night Garden!
So elusive that no cameras or camera phones were allowed …

Discovering The Lost Theatre In The Winter Night Garden

So you will have to take my word and these pictures from Backyards cinema’s Instagram page (which do it no justice)

 I have been following Backyard Cinema on Instagram for some years now and always loved the creative experiences that were offered to moviegoers such as Space Adventure and Miami beach teams.

Unfortunately, I always dragged my feet buying tickets, and before I knew it, they were sold out!
However, When I blush, Beauty expressed a desire to go, we both jumped on it!

Discovering The Lost Theatre In The Winter Night Garden

In its new home at Capital studios in Wandsworth SW London Backyard Cinema’s festive screening experience was called the Winter Night Garden which was a bit of a mix between Labyrinth and Narnia.
Upon arrival, our magical journey stared in an old fashioned office where we with a large cupboard at the back suddenly the doors opened and behind rails of fur coats there was a secret passages we were then taken to a room with sparkly lights and statues where we met Ragga the enthusiastic elf (When I think she was an elf) after a little bit of teamwork we eventually ended up in a lovely twinkling forest –which opened to the main screening room.

Discovering The Lost Theatre In The Winter Night Garden

Once we were assigned our seats, we went out to the courtyard, which hosted several street food vendors to get a quick bite to eat before the movie started.
Once we were adequately fed and watered, we grabbed a second drink, come popcorn and then made our way to our beanbag chairs to get comfy.
The movie of the night was Pretty Woman, one of my favourite films from my childhood.

I could only describe my movie-going experience  in the Lost Theatre as magical, and I would definably go again as recommend it to my friends.

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Lee-Anne x 
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