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    New live shows and films announced for The Drive In at Troubadour Meridian Water

    The Drive In at Troubadour Meridian Water in London keeps getting more and more exciting! The venue continues to add more films and live shows to its performance schedule for its highly anticipated summer grand opening. The cinema and live performance venue, which is among London's first of its kind complete with social distancing measures that make it fully COVID-compliant, will kick off its ambitious schedule on Saturday, 4 July 2020 with Dirty Dancing (1987).

    Recently added to the drive-in theatre's movie showtimes are such major blockbuster films as Mary Poppins (1964), Moulin Rouge, Aladdin (2019), Mrs Doubtfire, Home AloneSonic The Hedgehog, Rocketman and 28 Days Later. The Drive In has also announced three live shows, including world explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes in Living Dangerously, restaurant critic Jay Rayner in My Last Supper, and comedians Jamali Maddix, Fern Brady, Sean McLoughlin, and Tom Houghton in The Drive In Comedy Club.

    Find out when and what's on at the London drive-in theatre below.

    New live shows and films announced for The Drive In at Troubadour Meridian Water

    The Drive In London upcoming showtimes and performance schedule in full

    Here's a rolling list of shows and movies set to show at The Drive In at Troubadour Meridian Water this July. Additional shows and films may be added later.

    4 July 2020


    4.15pm
    CINEMA

    Peter Rabbit (2018)

    7.30pm
    CINEMA
    Dirty Dancing

    10.40pm
    CINEMA
    Bad Boys for Life

    5 July 2020


    4pm
    CINEMA
    Grease

    7.30pm
    CINEMA
    The Terminator

    10.50pm
    CINEMA
    Get Out

    6 July 2020


    7pm
    CINEMA
    1917

    10.30pm
    CINEMA
    Back to the Future

    7 July 2020


    11am 
    CINEMA 
    The Goonies

    2.30pm
    CINEMA
    Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again

    6pm
    CINEMA
    Sonic The Hedgehog

    8 July 2020


    2.30pm
    CINEMA
    Jumanji: The Next Level

    6.10pm
    CINEMA
    Rocketman

    9 July 2020


    3.30pm
    CINEMA
    Back to the Future
     
    7pm
    CINEMA 
    La La Land

    10.40pm
    CINEMA
    Blade Runner

    10 July 2020


    7.30pm
    CINEMA
    The Shawshank Redemption

    10.55pm
    CINEMA
    Grease

    11 July 2020


    12.30pm
    CINEMA
    Sonic The Hedgehog

    3.50pm
    CINEMA
    Jumanji: The Next Level

    7.30pm
    CINEMA

    The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

    12 July 2020


    3pm
    CINEMA
    Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again

    6.30pm
    CINEMA
    The Goonies

    10pm
    CINEMA
    Back to the Future

    13 July 2020


    3.15pm
    CINEMA
    Mary Poppins (1964)

    7.30pm
    LIVE
    The Drive In Comedy Club

    10.40pm
    CINEMA
    Moulin Rouge

    14 July 2020


    3.45pm
    CINEMA
    Aladdin (2019)

    7.30pm
    CINEMA
    Dirty Dancing

    10.50pm
    CINEMA
    It

    15 July 2020


    3.20pm
    CINEMA
    Mrs Doubtfire

    7pm
    CINEMA
    1917

    10.35pm
    CINEMA
    Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again

    16 July 2020


    3.50pm
    CINEMA
    Home Alone

    7pm
    CINEMA
    Bad Boys for Life

    10.40pm
    CINEMA
    28 Days Later

    17 July 2020


    2pm
    CINEMA

    Peter Rabbit (2018)

    5.10pm
    CINEMA
    Bridesmaids

    18 July 2020


    9.30pm
    CINEMA
    Knives Out

    19 July 2020


    11am
    CINEMA 
    Aladdin (2019)

    20 July 2020


    7.30pm
    LIVE

    The Receipts Podcast

    23 July 2020


    7.30pm
    LIVE
    Sir Ranulph Fiennes: 
    Living Dangerously

    24 July 2020


    4.10pm
    CINEMA
    Sonic The Hedgehog

    7.30pm
    CINEMA
    Dirty Dancing

     25 July 2020


    7.30pm
    LIVE
    My Last Supper with Jay Rayner

    26 July 2020


    2.30pm
    CINEMA
    1917

    30 July 2020


    7pm
    CINEMA
    La La Land

    31 July 2020


    10.40pm
    CINEMA
    Bad Boys for Life

    4 August 2020

    7pm
    CINEMA
    Grease


    Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels

    Ephram is a jack of all trades and enjoys attending theatre, classical music concerts and the opera.


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