Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Kissin' in the back row of the movies?

Seeing as I'm not really a fan of PDAs (public displays of affection) I certainly won't be kissing in the back row during the film they're showing tonight on the Big Screen that's been erected in Lyric Square, in Hammersmith. I just saw Bush Bloke, David Wood, tweet a picture of it and by the looks of that sky I would advise any keen back-row-snoggers/movie fans to take waterproofs:

During the day they've been showing the racing at Ascot and looks like they've (optimistically) provided deckchairs for viewers. Tonight you can go down for free and watch The Social Network (a film I'm actually still yet to see). I have to be honest and say that I think it's a bizarre concept showing a full feature length film in the middle of a busy high street at rush hour but that doesn't mean I don't like it, I just prefer watching films in the comfort of my own home. I should be honest and say that for the same reason I have "issues" even going to the cinema.

Yet it's a lovely free initiative by Hammersmith Business Improvement District, an organisation I've blogged about previously, and I wanted to make you all aware so enjoy if you do pop down!

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