Pop-up cinema tours 'places you'd never expect to see a movie'
A pop-up cinema is celebrating local attractions with film screenings across Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire.
The Chilterns Vintage Cinema, created by Darren and Deborah Henderson, launched on 16 March.
The cinema started with a showing of Four Weddings and a Funeral at Kings Chapel in Old Amersham, where some of the films scenes were filmed.
"We're trying to find locations that people would never expect to see a movie," said Mr Henderson.
Venues on the tour include Hellfire Caves in High Wycombe, the Natural History Museum at Tring and the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre in Quainton.
- From the section Beds, Herts & Bucks