Eventswhatson.com have enjoyed a number of star filled glorious summer movie experiences courtesy of Enchanted Cinema over the years, and it really is the ultimate summer experience. With amazing venues from stately homes, parks to your own private grounds!
We were lucky enough to host our own event with Enchanted Cinema in our beautiful woodland glade, it was magically lit up and LaLa Land was screened.
Viewings available include everything from Musicals to Cult Classics, and Hollywood blockbusters, outdoor cinemas really are a perfect socially distanced night out!
Sundown Cinema Suffolk, Cambs, Herts & Beds
This year Luton Hoo, Shuttleworth House, Mill Meadow Island Bedford, Putteridge Bury, Shuttleworth House and Gardens, IWM Duxford, Hitchin Lavender, Ashridge House, The Cricketers Weston, The Jockey Club and Ickworth House all welcome Sundown Cinema. Enjoy an evening in the great outdoors while watching recent blockbusters such as ‘The Greatest Showman’ and ‘A Star is Born’, as well as classic films like ‘Dirty Dancing’ and ‘Top Gun’. www.sundowncinema.co.uk
Enchanted Cinema Gonville Hotel, Cambridge
The popular pop up cinema returns at the end of June for another summer of movies under Cambridgeshire skies. Watch well-loved films such as ‘Dirty Dancing’, as well as recent hits like ‘A Star is Born’ and ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ at the pretty inner city hidden garden at The Gonville Hotel. Make it the ultimate movie night and pre-order popcorn and prosecco or a gin & tonic! www.enchantedcinema.co.uk
Luna Cinema Multiple locations
This summer sees an extended programme with screenings of ‘Rocketman’, ‘Judy’ and ‘1917’ as well as returning fan-favourite sing-alongs like ‘The Greatest Showman’, ‘Dirty Dancing’, ‘Grease’ and ‘Mama Mia! Here We Go Again’. There’s plenty of space so you can enjoy the screening with a picnic, but gourmet street food will also be available.
New for 2020 is the VIP Sofa package. This includes a luxury beanbag sofa for two, along with a bottle of prosecco, popcorn and even a blanket to keep you cosy as you watch the film. (Subject to Government Guidelines)
There are 150 venues in total, but screenings in the East will take place at Audley End House, Harpenden Common, Hatfield House, Hyde Hall, Highfield Park St Albans, Holkham Hall, Hylands House, Knebworth House and Wrest Park.