Back To The Future

PG

Back To The Future

Screening Times

To book, please select a time from below:

Alternatively please call the Box Office on:

020 3330 7120

Info

Eighties teenager Marty McFly is accidentally sent back in time to 1955, inadvertently disrupting his parents' first meeting and attracting his mother's romantic interest. Marty must repair the damage to history by rekindling his parents' romance and - with the help of his eccentric inventor friend Doc Brown - return to 1985.
  • Starring: Casey Siemaszko, Gary Riley, Frances Lee McCain, Wendie Jo Sperber, Michael J. Fox
  • Director: Robert Zemeckis
  • Running Time: 111 minutes
  • Certificate: PG - Contains mild language and violence
  • Language: English
  • Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Sci Fi, Family
  • Country: United States

Only food and beverages purchased from our dedicated sweet shop or other Battersea Power Station retailers concession huts will be allowed in the cinema. 

HOW ARE BOOKINGS ASSIGNED?

All outdoor screenings are unallocated and seats are on a first come, first serve basis. 

DO I NEED TO BRING MY OWN SEAT?

Nope! All tickets include a chair to sit on whilst you are with us. Please do not bring additional seats.

WHAT IF IT RAINS?

The event will always go ahead in the event of bad weather. Please check the weather forecast in advance and be prepared. Screenings will only be cancelled if the weather conditions present a danger at screening time. Patrons accept the risk that weather they consider unsatisfactory may occur on a screening night and acknowledge that tickets will not be exchanged or refunded unless a screening is cancelled by us. In the unlikely event that a screening is cancelled, we will aim to give as much notice as possible so please keep an eye out for information on the website and social media.

“This fusion of sci-fi, action, romance and comedy could have been a dreadful mess, were it not for writer-director Robert Zemeckis and co-writer Bob Gale's refusal to let a loose line or idea escape their pens.” ★★★★★ Mark Monahan, Daily Telegraph (UK)