LONDON EVENTS – Game, set, watch – Landsec’s free outdoor Wimbledon screenings has made a comeback!

Back by popular demand, Landsec’s Great British Summer series is serving up all of the action from Centre Court, with their free outdoor screenings of Wimbledon at One New Change, Cardinal Place and New Street Square.

Promising to be bigger and better than ever before, this year’s Wimbledon screenings follows on from a weeklong of outdoor fitness activities from Wimbledon Workout Week. Londoners can experience all the exciting SW19 action with free deck chairs and giant union jack cushions.

If that wasn’t exciting enough, all three sites will have delicious food and drink on offer from the likes of Greenwood, Doughnut Time and many more nearby restaurants, bars and markets.

Cardinal Place

Cardinal Place is an oasis of greenery located right by Victoria Station and a moment’s walk from London’s newest foodie destination, Nova Food. Crowd favourite, Nandos, will be on hand at the screenings with tasty burger samples and Balans Soho Society will be offering a delicious pop-up bar and delivery food service. M Victoria will also be celebrating Wimbledon by offering a free glass of champagne to every A la Carte diner!

One New Change

One New Change offers a spectacular view of St Paul’s Cathedral to enjoy whilst soaking up the sunshine. Visitors to the Wimbledon screenings will find a Veeno pop up bar for all alcoholic beverages alongside seasonal strawberries and cream. Bread Street Kitchen will also be on hand as One New Change’s official delivery partner offering a great menu filled with street pizza and Negroni ice cream. Visitors will also be able to indulge in a relaxing face mapping session from Dermalogica – there’s nowhere better to play in the City!

New Street Square

New Street Square is a tranquil green space located just off Fleet Street. The attractive café and restaurant lined square is the perfect setting to enjoy Wimbledon, with Café Vergnano’s pop up bar in the square, Urban Food Fest and the Refinery.

Wimbledon Screenings