For a big-screen viewing experience of England’s World Cup adventure, head to Clapham Grand’s match screenings.
If you prefer your sporting drama in dramatic surroundings, try this place on for size.
This classic Victorian music hall first opened in 1900, hosting dancing ponies and banjo-juggling acrobats on its opening night. Since then, it’s been a theatre, cinema, and bingo hall, before becoming the all-purpose, all-awesomeness venue it is today. (Disney singalong, anyone?)
Now they’ve teamed up with Budweiser to screen some of the World Cup’s biggest games: including all of England’s sure-to-be-glorious campaign.
The action will be displayed on a massive 24-foot screen, while there’ll be live music, DJ sets with interactive singalongs to fan anthems, photo booths, and plenty of food and drink. (Additional screens around the venue mean you won’t miss a minute of the action.)
The screenings kick off with Brazil vs Switzerland this Sunday, June 17 – expect samba bands and a carnival atmosphere at this one – then continue with England’s fixtures against Tunisia (Monday, June 18), Panama (Sunday, June 24) and Belgium (Thursday, June 28).