A central London restaurant will once again host its sell-out festive rooftop cinema. 

Kitchen at Holmes in Marylebone puts a festive twist on dinner and a show when it's cinematic pop up opens on the restaurant's rooftop terrace.

For the fourth year, the Baker Street restaurant will turn its secreted terrace into as cosy, snuggly open air cinema which will screen favourite holiday flicks.

Snuggle into faux fur throws, cosy seating, under glittering fairly lights and Christmas trees as you watch the likes of Die Hard, The Holiday, Bad Santa and Miracle on 34th Street. 

Running from Wednesday, November 22 to Thursday, December 21, guests will sit down to a festive tasting menu before the film as part of this cinematic festive treat.

Kitchen at Holmes' festive menu boasts a variety of seasonal dishes that come with a touch of Mediterranean flair. 

Dishes include burrata with roasted oyster mushroom and pumpkin squash; courgette spaghetti with pistachio, basil and smoked ricotta and presa de Iberico - padron peppers and za'atar. 

Alongside the feast, diners will also receive a welcome glass of champagne, and some popcorn which takes the standard bucket of cinema popcorn and pimps it up.

Dig into popcorn either drizzled with clarified black truffle butter, coated with lemon, parmesan and smoke paprika or sprinkled with sweet pumpkin, maple and spices. 

Tickets for dinner and a flick are £70 per person and comes with a glass of champagne and some popcorn. 

They are on sale now and available through designmynight.com

Find Kitchen at Holmes at 108 Baker Street, Marylebone W1U 6LJ or visit kitchenatholmes.co.uk for more information. 

If you want more festive treats, the Museum of Architecture’s Gingerbread City returns to London to showcase great design and baking minds, with its utterly charming – and edible – exhibition for adults and children. Find more information on this, and other things to do in London in December here.