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Open Air Cinema - The lost Boys (15)

Family Event
Fri 14th October 2022
Open Air Cinema - The Lost Boys
From £14.50

Teenage brothers Michael  and Sam move with their mother  to a small town in northern California. While the younger Sam meets a pair of kindred spirits in geeky comic-book nerds Edward and Alan , Michael is bullied into joining the dark side by a gang of vampires and Sam and his new friends must try to save Michael  from the undead.

Gates open 6:30pm, film starts at 8pm and finishes at 9:30pm

Plus music to enjoy before the movie with a soundtrack of specially curated songs.

Bring a blanket or camping chair and watch The Lost Boys on a giant cinema screen under the stars!

 

LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE SO MAKE SURE TO BOOK YOURS TODAY!

  • Hot food, snacks and a bar will be available on-site.
  • Picnics welcome.
  • Film certificate 15
  • Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
  • The event will go ahead if it's raining but we are hoping for a nice dry weekend.
  • No seating provided unless you have VIP tickets. Blankets and camping chairs are allowed.
  • On-site toilets will be available including accessible facilities.
  •  With the exception of guide dogs, no dogs or any other animals are allowed at any of our events.
  • Covid safe event following all guidelines in place at the time of screening.

For full event info go to: www.adventurecinema.co.uk/venues/burton-constable-hall

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