Outdoor cinema events offer an experience quite unlike any other, offering you the chance to enjoy a classic film under the stars. There are a number of screenings taking place over the summer months close to our Norfolk holiday parks, so why not take a look and visit one when staying with us this summer?
Fritton Lake – Great Yarmouth, 28th to 30th July, 6.30pm
At the end of July, Pop Up Pictures are bringing their outdoor cinema to Fritton Lake, with a number of classic films including Jaws (1975), Jurassic Park (1993) and Mamma Mia (2008).
Tickets for adults are £12, for teenagers it is £8 and children are £6, with one child per paying adult going free. You will also find a range of food available on the night including wood fired pizza, nachos, hotdogs and, of course, popcorn!
The Reindeer Pub & Kitchen – Dereham Road, Norwich, 28th July, 9pm
The ever popular Reindeer Pub on Dereham Road have recently introduced summer BBQs in their garden, which also includes the Garden Cinema Club. Their next film screening is of Deadpool (2016) on the 28th July. BBQ food is available from 5pm-8pm, and the popcorn is free.
The Plantation Garden – Norwich, throughout July and August
Picturehouse Outdoor Cinema is heading to The Plantation Garden in Norwich throughout July and August, bringing a range of classic films to the secret garden. Films include Casablanca (1942), Back to the Future (1985), The Goonies (also 1985) and The Princess Bride (1987). For adults, tickets cost £10.50, whilst tickets for children are £6.
Earlham Park – Norwich, 25th to 27th August
If you missed Pop Up Pictures’ Great Outdoor Cinema Club at Fritton Lake, you will be able to catch them at Earlham Park in Norwich. Screenings include The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975), Back to the Future (1985) and the cult classic Dirty Dancing (1987).
Blickling Estate – Blickling, 16th and 17th September
The Summer Nights Film Festival is heading to Blickling Estate where screenings of Grease (1978) and Top Gun (1986). Doors will open at 6.30pm for each event, with the screenings set to start at 7.45pm. Tickets are £13, but can be purchased for an early bird price of £11 up to six weeks in advance, and children under the age of five can go free.
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