From an email:
“DC’s acclaimed Union Market and Reading International, Inc., have announced that the Angelika Pop--Up, a three screen micro cinema located in the growing Union Market district, will open today, June 13, 2014.
Below you will find the special programs offered.
Coffee Club – $6 ticket plus FREE coffee
All shows before 12pm, 7 days a week
Early birds get a double-value treat! Attend any show before noon for just $6, and receive a complimentary Intelligentsia drip coffee!
Crybaby Matinee – Babies welcome – $6 ticket plus FREE coffee
Every Wednesday at 12pm
Every Wednesday at noon, relax and enjoy a movie without worrying about unexpected tantrums. We keep the sound volume down & changing tables available. Discounted $6 Coffee Club admission for adults & children under 5 are free! See the full crybaby schedule here.
6/18 – SUPERMENSCH
6/25 – FLEX IS KINGS
7/2 – VIOLETTE
Student Tuesday – $9 ticket plus FREE popcorn
All day every Tuesday w/ Valid ID
Every Tuesday, bring your student ID to the box office to receive a complimentary 64oz. popcorn when you purchase a discounted student ticket! Anyone with a valid student ID is welcome. Discounted student tickets are not available for purchase online.
Summer Intern Night – $9 ticket plus FREE choice of Hot Dog or Nachos
Thursdays in June, July, August – All shows after 5pm
They might be worked to the bone for little or no pay – but life as a Washington intern has its perks. Every Thursday night from June through August, Angelika Pop-Up at Union Market invites summer interns to unwind with $9 tickets, a FREE hot dog or nachos, and the most interesting films in town at Summer Intern Night.
Give us your tired, your underpaid,
Your youthful masses yearning to eat free
And see unique films for just $9.
Send these, the interns, tempest-tost
to the Angelika Pop-Up cinema.
Angelika Pop-Up Menu (PDF)
In addition to the familiar theater concessions of popcorn and soda, a menu featuring a selection of packaged snack foods and drinks of the gourmet quality Union Market guests are accustomed to has been curated by former Food Network executive Bruce Seidel (Hot Lemon Productions) and former Food Network chef Santos Loo. Among the special items that guests can enjoy before, during or after their film are: Rosemary Truffle Popcorn, Crunchy Kale Chips, Maple Bacon Chuao Chocolate Bars, Intelligentsia Coffee, and a selection of craft bottled beers and wines.”
550 Penn Street, NE