Six places in Norfolk where you can watch open air cinema this summer

One of the Outdoor Cinema Club screenings from last year. PICTURE: Music Arts Study

One of the Outdoor Cinema Club screenings from last year. PICTURE: Music Arts Study - Credit: Archant

There's nothing quite like watching your favourite movie under the stars, and with these outdoor cinema events in Norfolk you'll be able to do just that. Here's a quick guide to some of the screenings taking place across the county over the coming months.

• Taverham Hall

This week Taverham Hall and Pop Up Pictures are screening iconic 80s films such as Joel Schumacher's The Lost Boys (1987) and Top Gun (1986). Guests are asked to bring chairs and blankets to make themselves more comfortable and a range of food and drink will be available. Adult tickets are £12, children (15 and over) are £8 and children under 14 go free based on one child per paying adult.

• The Reindeer Pub & Kitchen

This popular pub on Dereham Road have recently introduced summer BBQs outside in their garden, which also plays host to the Garden Cinema Club. Their next film screening is of Deadpool (2016) and is set to take place on July 28. Popcorn is free and BBQ food will be available from 5pm-8pm.


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• Plantation Garden

Picturehouse Outdoor Cinema will be heading to Norwich throughout July and August to bring an array of classic films to the secret garden. Movies include Back to the Future (1985), Casablanca (1942), The Princess Bride (1987) and The Goonies (1985). Adult tickets are £10.50 while children's are £6.

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• Fritton Lake

At the end of this month, Pop Up Pictures will be bringing outdoor cinema to Fritton Lake, where spectators can enjoy the likes of Jurassic Park (1993), Jaws (1975) and Mamma Mia (2008) under the stars. Adult tickets are £12, teens are £8 and children are £6. One child per paying adult may go free. Food, including wood fired pizza, hotdogs, nachos, candy and popcorn will be available on the night.

• Earlham Park

The end of August will see Pop Up Pictures' Great Outdoor Cinema Club arrive in Norwich, where they will be screening classics such as Back to the Future (1985), The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) and the Patrick Swayze favourite Dirty Dancing (1987).

• Blickling Estate

On September 16 and 17, the Summer Nights Film Festival will land at Blickling Estate where it is set to screen Top Gun (1986) and Grease (1978). Doors will open at 6.30pm for each event with an estimated start time of 7.45pm. Tickets for the screenings are £13, but can be purchased for the early bird price of £11 up to six weeks in advance. Children under 5 go free.

• Are you hosting an outdoor cinema event in Norfolk? Email courtney.pochin@archant.co.uk and we'll add it to this list.

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