It's literally impossible to imagine a better meeting of movie and location than a night-time screening of 'Jurassic Park' at the Natural History Museum, surrounded by looming dinosaur skeletons. But that's just what Time Out, in collaboration with pop-up cinema veterans Rooftop Film Club, have managed to pull off.
The Museum has been making a big deal of the fact that one of their key exhibits, Dippy the Diplodocus, is about to head off on a world tour. So this might be your last chance to clap eyes on one of the largest dino skeletons in existence – plus see his ancient ancestors galumphing about on the movie screen at the same time. There'll be drinks and food available from the bar, and you'll have time before the film to inspect the museum's major exhibits free of tourists and other distractions.
'Jurassic Park screens on Dec 13 at 7.30pm and 10.15pm. Grab tickets here.