The Whirled Cinema is an independent picture-house hidden away under a railway arch near Brixton. Throughout the World Cup they are host to a rather brilliant event they have naturally called the Whirled Cup.
They'll be screening the pick of the group-stage games (including all of England and Brazil's games, Spain v Holland, Germany v Portugal, and more) with classic films and football documentaries throughout such as the mouth-watering double bill of Escape to Victory showing just before England v Uruguay on June 19th. They're screening several football films and documentaries from the good (Fever Pitch) to the bad (When Saturday Comes) to the downright wonderful (One Night in Turin). The full line-up will be confirmed in due course.
Tickets are £6 for non-film nights (£12 for England games and where film screenings are scheduled), the cinema has a fully-licensed bar and an outdoor terrace with a barbecue. There are also tentative plans to get a FIFA tournament going on the big screen, if logistics/time allows.
They're offering a unique venue to watch the World Cup, with some films thrown in - something different to the usual pub experience and in a great atmosphere. They have created a series of posters (such as those you see here) to promote the event and IBWM has to say, if you're in the area we can't think why you would go anywhere else.