Looking for the perfect summer activity that doesn't cost a penny? Then look no further as a free outdoor cinema is returning to the banks of Kings Cross Canal this summer.

Hosted by Everyman, throughout the summer months film lovers are invited to sit back and relax as classic and recent blockbusters are played on a state-of-the-art screen.

Taking place on the steps of Granary Square in Kings Cross from July 1 until August 18, films being shown include the likes of iconic 80s hit Dirty Dancing and the beloved Disney hit, The Little Mermaid.

Plus, as the Everyman outdoor cinema will be taking place during Wimbledon, fans of the tennis tournament can watch matches on the steps during the event season.

Everyman brings back outdoor cinema this summer to London

More than 150 films will be screened as part of Everyman's Free Open-Air Film Festival and there's no need to get a ticket, just turn up on the day.

However, while the event is unticketed, there is still limited availability so it's best to turn up early to avoid disappointment.

Guests will be able to take a comfortable seat on the staggered seating, allowing everyone to get a perfect view of the screen.

Films being shown by Everyman include Encanto, The Princess Diaries, The Wizard of OZ, Uncharted, The Goonies, The Devil Wears Prada, Twilight, The Princess Bride, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Cool Runnings, Barbie, Top Gun: Maverick, Clueless and many more.

Perfect for an idyllic setting for a romantic date night, a family day out or a fun evening with friends, films and screenings will run throughout the day and every evening.

You can see the full list of films being shown via the Everyman website here.

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Everyman to take free outdoor cinema to Brentford

Alongside its free outdoor cinema at Kings Cross, Everyman will also be hosting Everyman on the Water at The Brentford Project.

From July 1 to August 31, film fans can watch a host of movies and sports being screened at the new idyllic waterside neighbourhood where the Grand Union Canal meets the River Thames.