Tickets - https://www.goodwood.com/experiences/secret-cinema/- go on sale this morning as Goodwood and Secret Cinema team up to launch The Drive-In, a brand-new event created to “bring a much-needed dose of fun into our lives and allow us all to come together again, even while we’re apart.”
Full details from Goodwood here
The screenings will be at Goodwood Motor Circuit, Chichester PO18 0PX.
A Goodwood spokesman said: “Famous for creating suspense and spectacle beyond any film-lover's imagination, Secret Cinema are pioneers of storytelling.
“Bring your household along from Sunday, July 5, for an immersive drive-in experience like no other, with interactive pre-screening performances, delicious American diner-style food delivered to your car and, of course, some of your very favourite films.”
Films lined up are Rush (15), Cars (PG), Star Wars: A New Hope (U), Fight Club (18), Moulin Rouge! (12A), American Psycho (18), Toy Story (PG), Reservoir Dogs (18), The Incredibles (U), Pretty Woman (15), Dirty Dancing (12), Zootropolis (PG), Knives Out (12A), The Hunger Games (15), Mary Poppins Returns (U) and Moana (PG).
Tickets are available from 10am today (Monday 22 June).
“The Drive-In, presented by Häagen-Dazs, will open at 7pm on Sunday 5 July, with tickets on sale from 22 June at 10am for the first two weeks of screenings.
“Please note, our Drive-In events will operate whilst fully adhering to the Government’s guidelines around social distancing.”
“Tickets from £50 per car. Whether you’re planning a date-night watching the likes of Dirty Dancing and Pretty Women or a family afternoon spent reliving Disney classics such as Toy Story and The Incredibles, your whole household will enjoy this unique take on the traditional American drive-in cinema.”
Drive-in cinemas have already been announced for Loxwood, Chichester, Eastbourne and Brighton.
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