Link Tank: FREE Special Screening of Netflix’s BEVERLY HILLS COP: AXEL F in London

Calling all UK-based action fans, Den of Geek are partnering with The Action Station to bring you a special screening of BEVERLY HILLS COP: AXEL F on Wednesday 3 July at The May Fair Hotel in central London and more in Link Tank!

Eddie Murphy as Alex Foley
Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F. (L to R) Eddie Murphy as Axel Foley and Paul Reiser as Jeffrey Friedman in Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F. Courtesy of Netflix © 2024.

Calling all UK-based action fans, Den of Geek are partnering with The Action Station to bring you a special screening of BEVERLY HILLS COP: AXEL F on Wednesday 3 July at The May Fair Hotel in central London.

One lucky audience member will win an exclusive Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F inspired bomber jacket (based on Axel Foley’s iconic jackets).

Join us in celebrating the return of the franchise on Netflix and seeing Eddie Murphy reprise one of his most iconic roles.

Screening Address:
The May Fair Hotel
Stratton Street, London, London W1J 8LT
(Nearest Underground Station: Green Park)
Doors open at 6.30pm | Seated by 7.00pm

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Tickets are very limited!

How do you apply for tickets? Either:

Follow @theactionfestival and send them a DM mentioning the screening on Instagram, or
Send an email to with the subject RSVP – Wed 3 July – Den of Geek

Please mention if you would like to bring a guest.

All tickets will be allocated on a first-come, first served basis and you will be notified if you have been successful.

Good luck!

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BEVERLY HILLS COP: AXEL F will be released on Netflix on July 3, 2024
Runtime: 115 mins | Certificate:15

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