Dive into cult classics with White Wall Cinema this autumn

A far cry from the mainstream fare that often gets repeated ad nauseam at other pop-ups, White Wall Cinema is back with its latest edition of cinematic thrills and cult classics to (re)discover.

The WWC film buff team carefully hand-pick each and every movie they show, so you can be sure it’s going to be good, whether you’ve heard of it or not.

On the schedule for the autumn is The Big Lebowski in October. They’re teaming up with Brighton Film Party society for this one, so you can expect a full-on party. There’s an immersive screening for the 25th anniversary of the cult classic, complete with a set for photo ops, White Russians at the bar, a DJ set of music from the Dude’s eight-track player and prizes for the best costume (dressing up strictly optional).

On the bill in November are Michael Powell’s chilling 1960s psychological horror classic Peeping Tom and Brian De Palma’s beautifully shot thriller Blow Out (featuring John Travolta on brilliant form) from 1981, which took inspiration from Powell’s movie.

Keep an eye out for secret movie nights, too – they’ll keep you guessing until the opening credits roll. And if you prefer the films to come to you, they’re still running their brilliant lockdown cinema-at-home offering, Home Service, which makes a genius present.

Various dates until December 15th; various times and prices
Wagner Hall, 2 Regency RoadBN1 2RU