Open-Air Cinema Showings Are Coming To King’s Garden In July And They’re Free

Katherine Notman Katherine Notman - Staff Writer

Open-Air Cinema Showings Are Coming To King’s Garden In July And They’re Free

Let’s all pray for sunshine.

We’re set to see fantastic weather this July, perfect for catching a film outside in the beautiful Kongens Have. We’re hoping the grass will remain dry as The Cinematek will set up a large screen in this gorgeous setting and, better yet, it’s completely free to attend!

On Friday July 30, visitors will be able to watch Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 classic, Pulp Fiction. Then, on Saturday July 31, Giuseppe Tornatores’ 1988 film Cinema Paradiso will be shown, and both are fantastic films.


Pulp Fiction follows two hitmen in Los Angeles, California, played by John Travolta and Samuel L Jackson and it’s not for the faint-hearted. As with most, if not all, of Tarantino’s films, it’s graphic, but it’s also funny and very witty.


Cinema Paradiso, or Nuovo Cinema Paradiso as it’s known in Italy, is a Sicilian film that focuses on the importance of the cinema as a place for people to meet, and it follows the main character as he grows up. It’s not as well-known as Pulp Fiction, but it is a great film.


Every cinema-outing requires snacks, right? And Cinematek has that covered, with Restaurant Sult set to be on site. They’ll be serving food ideal for the cinema, like tapas, and refreshing cold beer to wash it down with. You will need to book a spot beforehand, so head over to the Facebook page.

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