Westfield shopping centre in White City has become an outdoor cinema, showing free films for all the family.
The movie programme runs Thursdays to Sundays until 13 September, with free showings at 3pm and 6pm.
The entertainment space for the Bar W12 and Film Club is in Westfield Square, with free entry and the bar offering pizzas and summer drinks.
You can buy cushions (proceeds go to Save the Children), and there are also picnic tables.
This Friday (14 August) the evening film is The Incredibles 2. Saturday’s showings are Ratatouille and Captain America: Civil War, while Sunday’s films are Aladdin and Ratatouille.
The space has been designed with social distancing in mind, with circles outlined on the lawn for groups to occupy safely.
Next week’s free open-air films include Moana, Cinderella, Finding Nemo and Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.
Westfield London general manager Jacinta Rowsell said: “We have great food and a fantastic line-up of films, including some Disney favourites.
“With deck chairs and large lawns for lounging, this sunny space will allow visitors to enjoy themselves and have fun with friends and family in a safe environment.”
The outdoor bar is also open Monday-Wednesdays, 4pm-11pm through August, to take advantage of the ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ 50 per cent discounts.
Picnic tables are cleaned thoroughly after every use, and all returned deckchairs are disinfected at the end of each day.
For more details, visit the Westfield London website.
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