Bridget Jones film to be shown in Great Yarmouth Tesco car park
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Fans of Bridget Jones can enjoy seeing the latest hit film at a free American-style drive-in event at theTesco Extra store in Great Yarmouth on Sunday.
The store on Pasteur Road will be showing Bridget Jones's Baby on a large screen in its carpark.
Customers should arrive from 5pm and the event is scheduled to start at 6pm or once the car park is full.
Entry to the free event will be on a first come, first served basis.
The film is certified as a 15 and so admission will not be granted to anyone under this age.
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The screening had originally been planned as a Valentine's treat but was postponed due to licencing issues.
Store manager, Colin Rigby, said: 'We are delighted to be able to confirm the new date for the drive-in cinema and hope that our customers can join us for what should be a fantastic evening of entertainment. We wanted an opportunity to say thanks to our customers and thought that this was something exciting and a little bit different for everyone to enjoy. Bridget Jones's Baby is such a fun film and we can't wait to welcome the local community to the store to watch it, please be advised however that it is a 15 and so anyone under this age will not be permitted to enter.
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'A trip to the cinema isn't complete without popcorn, and a drink to wash it down with, luckily colleagues will be handing these out everyone who attends, so visitors only to need to bring themselves, their car and a blanket to keep warm.'