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The House of Peroni brings unique al fresco cinema to Leeds

With the nights drawing in, it’s nice to have something to look forward to post-work, to brighten up the evening despite the dodgy Leeds weather. This week, we’ve been experiencing an event that ticks this box with style: the ‘Amare l’Italia’ al fresco pop up cinema, brought to the good folk of Leeds by The House of Peroni and Harvey Nichols.

An evening at The House of Peroni’s pop up cinema will allow guests to sample a range of delicious Italian food alongside Peroni Nastro Azzurro infused drinks, and to watch a range of Italian-inspired films. All of this takes place in a truly beautiful al fresco pop up space that oozes luxury and Italian style whilst remaining comfortable enough for spending an evening unwinding.

The cinema is open to the public as of today and will close a week on Saturday, giving you plenty of time to book tickets and head down to see what all the fuss is about.

Films set to bring an Italian escape to Leeds cinema fans include The Talented Mr Ripley (one of our favourites but act quickly – the first screening is tomorrow night), Cinema Paradiso, La Vita e’ Bella, and To Rome With Love. Screenings take place every evening at 7pm from Wednesday to Saturday and tickets are priced at just £20 per person.

For those who like a tipple with their cinema experience, the Peroni Nastro Azzurro bar is not to be missed. The Negroni Classico that we tried was bitter but sweet all at the same time, and made me feel like I was sipping a cocktail on a beach in coastal Italy!

An evening at The House of Peroni pop up cinema comes highly recommended this winter – perfect for some chilled out evenings before the crazy Christmas period starts in earnest.

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